Edin Dzeko Indifferent Following Inter Seniority Goalscoring Record

Inter marksman Edin Dzeko believes he has a lot more to give to Inter following his opener in the 6-1 win over Bologna. The Bosnian – at 36 years and 237 days – overtook club legend Giuseppe Meazza (36 years, 233 days), to become the second oldest player to score for the Nerazzurri in the league, only behind ex-Rossoblu coach Sinisa Mihajlovic (37 years, 47 days).

The ex-Roma striker spoke to DAZN (via FCInterNews), shedding light on his achievement in the Inter colors.

“The seniority record for Inter? I don’t think about it so much, I think about the team. The more goals I score, the more it is good for the team.”

Dzeko thinks age is just a number, emphasizing the effort one needs to put on the pitch.

“In my opinion, the years do not count, it is on the pitch that you have to prove that you can do it or not. If you can’t do it, it’s right to step aside, but I think I can still do it.”

The forward has 24 goals in 69 appearances for the Nerazzurri since moving from the capital.

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