Inzaghi points out that Inter Milan early equalizer changed the game.

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Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi said his opponents’ quick equalizer immediately changed the momentum of the game.

The Big Snake lost to Atletico Madrid 1-2 in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 last Wednesday. The results of the two matches were tied 2-2 before Atletico Madrid won 3-2 on penalties, causing the Nerazzurri to be eliminated.

“Clearly, all of us at Inter are disappointed.” Inzaghi the Italian told Prime Video UFABET 

“We have to be proud of what we achieved in the Champions League. We should have done better in the second half. During the extra time We have more energy. Unfortunately, it created too many mistakes.

“It looked like the game was in our hands after (Federico) DiMarco’s goal but they equalized quickly. Regain energy and confidence That also happens to their fans. We should do better during these times. And maintain the leading score for longer than that

“We are not used to losing. We were disappointed because we were leading 2-0 on aggregate. After DiMarco’s goal and we should have defended better.

“We know that small details can make the difference in a game at this level and anything can happen. I can’t say too much about the players. They have to be proud of what they did.”