Mazzarri: Inter Still Less ‘Kill’
Milan – Atalanta 2-0 victory over Inter Milan did not make coach Walter Mazzarri is fully satisfied. According to the Nerazzurri still lacking instinct “kill” in front of the opposing goal.
Entertaining Atalanta at the Giuseppe Meazza on Thursday (25/09/2014) pm dawn, Inter win through goals Pablo Osvaldo and Hernanes at the end of each round.
Three points that catapulted them into the position of third in the standings with eight points from four weeks passed, the difference of four points from Juventus and AS Roma. Their record so far is the inclusion of 10 goals and conceding just one.
Inter defense side alone is satisfactory Mazzarri, but not the case with the front line where the players assessed frequently wasted opportunity.
Inter examples can actually be a penalty in this match but failed to be executed by Rodrigo Palacio. While there are a total of 21 shots were made throughout the 90 minutes, but only six on target and two goals to fruition.
“We started the game well and made a lot of good opportunities, which are not easy to come by against Atalanta, which is difficult for many teams. We really did not make room for them,” said Mazzarri told Sky Sport Italia.
“If we were to choose, then we could have scored a second goal early and not suppressed opponents throughout the 10 minutes,” sambungya.
“We have to be more clinical in front of goal if you want to compete at the top. Maximize the opportunities we have to be obtained, even from a penalty, but not only that.”
“When Atalanta attack and left the room, we have to be better to be able to finish the game more quickly,” he concluded.