Rodrigo Palacio has insisted that he feels no extra pressure as a result of Inter’s problems in attack.
The Nerazzurri lost Diego Milito for the rest of the season last month, while they were short of Antonio Cassano on Sunday after his row with Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
“I'll continue working as I always do,” the former Genoa man, who scored twice in the 3-2 win at Catania on Sunday, stated.
“The Catania win? It was really important,” the Argentine international continued. “It was a tricky match but we did it.
“We once again played badly in the first half and well in the second. But what's important is that the team played well.
“Now we'll try to continue in this vein.”
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