Inter has yet to win in 2019 in the Serie A

MILAN, ITALY - FEBRUARY 03: Federico Santander of Bologna FC scores the opening goal during the Serie A match between FC Internazionale and Bologna FC at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on February 3, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)
MILAN, ITALY - FEBRUARY 03: Federico Santander of Bologna FC scores the opening goal during the Serie A match between FC Internazionale and Bologna FC at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on February 3, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)

For Inter Milan’s coach Luciano Spalletti the problem is the team itself, after losing for the third consecutive time in the Serie A.

The last time Internazionale Milan won in the Italian Serie A, the calendar still showed the year 2018.

Inter tied 0-0 with Sassuolo in the first match of 2019, then lost 1-0 against Torino, and today 1-0 again but against Bologna at San Siro Stadium.

“We created problems for ourselves today,” said Luciano Spalletti to the club’s official page.

“Even when we should’ve been comfortable or were in a position to score.”

“You then lose confidence in your own ability and if the level of insecurity grows, you start to make mistakes, while the opposition can score,” he explained.

“It takes a strong character to react, and we must improve on this.”

“Every time we fall beneath the standards that we’ve set, we even make the most basic of errors,” he commented.

“The football wasn’t fluid but we still had three clear chances to take the lead.”

“At times, one chance would’ve been enough but we didn’t manage to score and then you start trying to force it too much,” he added.

NAPLES, ITALY - APRIL 18: Coach of SSC Napoli Carlo Ancelotti gestures during the UEFA Europa League Quarter Final Second Leg match between S.S.C. Napoli and Arsenal at Stadio San Paolo on April 18, 2019 in Naples, Italy. (Photo by Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images)

Ancelotti is disappointed with Napoli

The manager says his team lacked motivation as they were defeated by Atalanta, and doesn't like the way his team is playing in the second half of the season.

“The team is with me and as far as I’m concerned, I don’t have any issues there. Whistles don’t change anything in my attitude.”

“The fans deserve better because this is Inter. Serious responses are needed with what we do on the pitch and how we think,” Spalletti continued.

He also talked about Andrea Ranocchia’s performance on the field.

“Andrea is good in the air, one of the best players in the league at it,” the coach said.

“After 75 minutes in which we couldn’t score, we wanted to try something different.”

“He also got on the end of two or three dangerous balls but then it dropped in areas where we didn’t have enough numbers,” he concluded.