“When You Play For Inter You Have To Give Something Extra” - Darmian
Inter defender, Matteo Darmian has confessed that when you play for a team like Inter, you have to give something extra when in the pitch after Inter’s 1-0 home victory over Napoli.
“We knew it was a difficult match, against the big teams every detail can make a difference,”
he spoke in an interview.
expressed his thought process of when going forward in a move which awardedInter
a penalty occured, which was slotted away by Romelu Lukaku who gave Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina wrong way.
“When I saw that ball in the middle of the field I jumped right away and tried to move it away from the goalkeeper. I think the penalty was right, we won the game and we are happy."
After that, they questioned him if he is good at getting ready when he's called upon:
“Am I good at being ready? The coach makes me take the field, since I arrived I have made myself available and I think we are seeing the result of this work.”
Then, he was asked how much his time at United has made him ready.
"I think it affected a lot, I went to confront myself with a different reality and culture, it made me grow as a player and as a person. Playing for a great club like Manchester United makes you responsible, it’s the same with Inter. When you wear such a shirt you have to give something extra.”
To finish it up, he spoke on what it was like for him to fight for the right defender spot with Achraf Hakimi.
“I knew what I could give, when I signed I knew I was arriving at a great club, with a lot of competition. In big teams this level of competition is normal, I have always tried to be ready and when the coach calls me into question I always try to answer.”
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