Inzaghi has made Inter proud after their Champions League final defeat

ISTANBUL, June 10 (Reuters) – Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi was proud of what his side achieved despite losing to Manchester City in the Champions League final on Saturday.

Inzaghi’s side lost the final 1-0 after a second-half goal from Rodri, but the 47-year-old Inzaghi was upbeat after a difficult season. Won Italian Cup and Super Cup.

„On a night like this, I can’t single out the players who played below par. I said yesterday I wouldn’t change my players for anyone else, and tonight the world saw why,” Inzaghi told Sky Sports Italia.

„They showed the world how good they were against Manchester City, a side that everyone knows is very classy.

„I gave each and every one a hug because my players, like our fans, are extraordinary and deserve different results, but I hope they were happy to see the way the team played tonight.”

Inzaki faced heavy criticism from fans and the media.

„My players and I were beaten and admitted that we lost some games we shouldn’t have lost, but I think we learned valuable lessons from those losses,” he said, adding that the team won four trophies in the last two tournaments. years.

„With this spirit, organization and determination, I think we will be back here in the future,” he added.

Reporting by Tommy Lund in Gdansk, editing by Ed Osmond

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