Inter manager Antonio Conte has urged his side to give their all against Sassuolo to complete the path and believes Lautaro has a great future ahead of him.
The game betweenInter
was supposed to be played last Saturday but it was postponed by the Italian health authorities due to coronavirus outbreak in Inter’s squad.
The rescheduled fixture has been confirmed and Inter are now ready to face
Roberto De Zerbi
’s team at the Stadio San Siro tomorrow.
“We are facing a team that has a very specific identity and characteristics,”
Conte told InterTV.
“For some time, they have been working with Roberto De Zerbi, an excellent coach.
“We will need great attention, respect everything and everyone, try to play our game and give our all tomorrow too.”
Conte claimed that the limited recovery time has a direct impact on teams in the League but says Inter are used to a packed schedule.
“It affects both us and them,” he said. “We are used to playing with these rhythms, beyond recovery, enthusiasm and desire.
“We are doing important things, but the path must be completed.”
Conte also praised the Nerazzurri striker
and believes the Argentinean has a bright future ahead of him.
“He has grown in everything, with and without the ball,” Conte continued. “He must continue on this path: considering his young age.
“He certainly has a great future ahead of him.”