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INTER MILAN, Sensi: "No room for mistakes in the city derby"

18.09.2019 10.01 by Claudio Colla  read 285

Commenting upon the underwhelming 1-1 home tie against Slavia Prague, Inter Milan midfielder Stefano Sensi stated: "There’s a feeling of regret there, because we didn't put in the first-half performance we wanted. We reacted with character in the second half, but we have work to do in making sure we’re ready in this competition, as you can’t afford to slip up. We are going to think back on the mistakes we made, and we'll analyse the game. Now we need to raise our focus, because, when city derby is at stakes, all your plans and tactics cease to matter all that much. It’s your will to win that counts the most, and there’s no room for any mistakes".

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