In the aftermath of Inter versus Hellas Verona, Inter’s midfielder, Davide Frattesi, interacted with the media and shared his thoughts about the match.
Frattesi, speaking to Dazn in a post-match interview, was particularly glowing about the team spirit within his squad.
“We have a fantastic group. Everyone, even those who don’t play regularly, feels significant,” said the Inter midfielder.
Recounting his exuberation, which saw him cling onto the fencing after a goal, Frattesi revealed a little rueful humour. “I really wanted to celebrate more intensely, but I would have got a warning,” he noted.
When questioned about his goal, Frattesi described the moment as a flitting flashback to Lautaro’s strike against Sociedad, “I just threw myself and then I was lucky.”
On facing a tough period with his game time, the midfielder admitted that he is now handling the situation better. He brought attention to his style of play as a dynamic midfielder, saying that his recent goal has boosted his confidence.
Frattesi also expressed his intent to contribute even more to the team and seemed to send out a subtle message to Inter’s rivals. “Sure, the toughest games to win are the dirty ones. I’ve never fought for these objectives but I believe that is the key,” he concluded.