Inter have a long way to go, says former striker Julio Cruz. The Argentine has warned Inter to not take the Serie A title lightly. Julio Cruz has played for many clubs in Argentina, Netherlands, and Italy. However, he has had the longest spell of his career with the Nerazzurri. In fact, he won four consecutive Serie A titles for the club amongst other honours. He usually played as a striker but he was also capable of playing as an attacking midfielder, a winger, and even as a centre-forward.
Conte’s side are six points ahead of city rivals AC Milan with 11 games to go. Since their last game was suspended due to Covid-19 cases within, they will face Sassuolo on April 7. However, before that they will face Bologna on April 4 and Conte would want all his men to be there. Many players are out on national duties as of now after many tested negative for Covid-19 on Monday.
Inter have come a long way, but they should keep working hard
While the Nerazzurri are in an excellent position and are going strong, they shouldn’t let loose. Ex-Inter striker Julio Cruz warned Inter saying that they should look back at 2002. They are big Serie A favorites in the current scenario. But in Italy, it is always unpredictable. As no one could expect Benevento to win over Juventus on Sunday, but it happened. Likewise, years ago Roma lost to Lecce and Inter lost to Roma.
Inter have a strong team at the moment with Eriksen and Barella in the midfield, Lautaro and Lukaku playing consistently well. Conte has made a strong team to present in Serie A. However, CEO Beppe Marotta and Sporting director Ausilio have a huge role in Inter’s success. They’ve worked together to build the impressive team that Inter has now. Conte has tackled his squad really well. Will Inter win the Scudetto?