Inter Milan, under the guidance of manager Simone Inzaghi, are gearing up for the second half of the season, aiming to match their record-breaking 48 points scored in the first half, The Gazzetta dello Sport reports. This would set their championship target at a staggering 96 points.
Achieving another 48 points in the latter half of the season is seen as a feasible task at Appiano Gentile, Inter’s training ground. While the focus is not necessarily on charts and tables, psychological preparation plays a crucial role.
The need for fresh energy is critical to reach this ambition, and Inzaghi is confident in finding this in his squad. Players such as Frattesi, who is eager to carve out a more significant role for himself, and recent arrival Buchanan, are expected to play a pivotal role in this second-half push.
This comes following Inter’s outstanding first half of the season that saw them garner 48 points, setting their championship-winning target, theoretically speaking, at a lofty 96.