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ITALY/ INTER, Schelotto: "Graft and finishing, more of that"

04.03.2013 11.00 by TM W  read 1043
Source: Inter.it
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Ezequiel Schelotto spoke to Inter Channel following his side's 3-2 win over Catania: "We were clinical in the second half, having fallen behind in the first. We managed it through hard graft. Now we'll try and keep that up."

I'm getting better all the time and I can still improve, the more I play, the better I'll feel. I'll do everything to keep working harder," the player added.

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