Frattesi Eager to Convince Inzaghi, Defends Donnarumma

Davide Frattesi propelled Italy to a key victory against Ukraine with two goals. He’s now looking to gain a bigger role at Inter, as he has yet to start following three rounds. The midfielder talked to various outlets after the Euro qualifier (via La Gazzetta dello Sport).

“The most important thing was to take home the result, especially in a game of this magnitude, then if the goal comes even better. I didn’t imagine my first brace with Italy would have been so beautiful. We had to restart. We need time because the coach has just arrived and must put his imprint on our style.”

Frattesi addressed his time at Inter so far.

“I’m aware that I’m not at the level of the starters yet, but this pushes me to work even harder. It’s normal for me to try to put Simone Inzaghi in a difficult position, then it’s up to him to decide.”

The midfielder looked ahead at the Derby.

“The week started very well, and we’ll see whether it’ll end great. We are surely pumped for that game.”

Frattesi took a stand in favor of Gianluigi Donnarumma, who was booed by the crowd.

“I can’t understand something like this. It has never happened to a national team. It’s shameful. When I heard them, I hugged him and told him that I love him.”

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