Milan 0: 3 Inter. Derby Della Madonnina Response. Antonio Conte and Stefano Pioli commented after the match.

Inter beat Milan 3: 0 in the 23rd round of Serie A. Lautaro Martinez scored a double, while Romelu Lukaku scored one goal, and Inter easily won the Derby Della Madonnina. After the match, the head coaches of both teams commented. Antonio Conte said that Inter prepared well for this match and dedicated the victory to the fans, but also praised Milan for the results shown this season:

“Congratulations to my players. They are the protagonists of a great game. We have prepared well. This is the coolest victory? I hope a cooler victory awaits us. We continue to develop. I am happy because what we expected happened. Congratulations to Milan and Pioli for what. “We dedicate this victory to the fans. The process of leaving the stadium was thrilling. It put pressure on us as well, but we turned it into a positive pressure.”

 

“Milan are getting back on their feet”

 

Milan head coach Stefano Pioli said his team had a tough week (Milan lost for the 2nd time in a row in Serie A), but will definitely get back on their feet:

“The goal 5 minutes later had a decisive impact. We fought, and we could have scored, but we could not have scored in the best part of our game. Inter’s second goal should have been a penalty at the start of the attack. Ibrahimovic’s weak play? It’s been a tough week for us. But Milan are getting back on their feet. The strength of this team has always been a balance, as well as the faith in our work. “We must not lose our composure now. Even if we consider losing to Episode, we have a really bad period. We apologize to the fans. Now we need to work.”

Recall that Inter is leading the Serie A by 53 points and is already 4 points ahead of Milan, which may have a decisive impact on the rest of the season. On the other hand, the followers are approaching Milan, and the “Rossoneri” will not only have to fight for the first place but will also have to take care of maintaining the position in the top four.