Cyclone Lewandowski shakes Simone Inzaghi’s sleep.
In addition to offensive dangerousness, the Catalans are impregnable on defense
Still orphaned by Romelu Lukaku, and with Lautaro Martinez ailing – a flexor strain for the Argentine – Inter are preparing for their Champions League match against Barcelona amidst a thousand doubts and concerns. Coach Simone Inzaghi, criticized from many quarters, is experiencing the most difficult moment since he has been at the helm of the Nerazzurri.
The fourth defeat in eight league games has given breath back to those who would like an exoneration of the coach from Piacenza, who is called to turn the meneghini’s season around. The engagement against the formidable Catalan formation, which has just joined Real Madrid at the top of the La Liga standings, is among the most complicated to face at such a time.
Led by the formidable Robert Lewandowski – 9 goals in 7 league games – Barcelona can also boast an almost impregnable defense, with only one goal conceded in La Liga, dated Aug.
21. The premises for another difficult night would be there: Inter and its coach are called to the great feat.