Stefano Sensi admits Inter “should’ve been more clinical and we’ve got to improve” after squeezing past 10-man Udinese.
The former Sassuolo midfielder was the shortest man on the pitch, yet his header proved the difference at San Siro this evening.
“I am happy for the goal and it’s always exciting to get on the scoresheet,” Sensi told DAZN.
“The important thing was to win the game against a tough opponent. We should’ve been more clinical, especially after the red card, but that’ll do for now.”
Rodrigo De Paul was sent off when it was still goalless for an off the ball slap on Antonio Candreva’s head.
“We’ve got to improve and score more goals, but we’re pleased with the result and from tomorrow can focus on the next game. There are many objectives for Inter and we are all working hard to achieve them together.”
The next Nerazzurri tests are against Slavia Prague in the Champions League and the Milan Derby in Serie A next weekend.
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