Sarri: "I Don't Like The Phase In Which Inter Attacks Us, We Surrender. We Were Constantly Exposed. We Lost The Ball That Could Have Been Prevented."

Maurizio Sarri admitted that he was very disappointed with Lazio, who lost 3-1 to Inter in the Serie A match that was played on Sunday (30th April) afternoon local time at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium. He claimed that his team's efforts were wasted during the most significant part of the competition.

Lazio took an early lead in the match which took place at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium through Felipe Anderson who took advantage of a Francesco Acerbi error but Inter managed to come back through Lautaro Martinez who contributed a double and an acrobatic Robin Gosens strike.

After the game, Sarri first expressed his displeasure with Lazio following the loss of 3-1 to the Nerazzuri.

"During the most significant event, we gave up a goal that was trivial, we lost the ball that could have been prevented, I don't like the phase in which Inter attacks us, we surrender," he said via Sky Sports Italia.

"Until 20 minutes in the second half, indeed that was not the cause, we didn't drop much from the physical aspect, but the surrender aspect."

He then discussed the decrease in his team's performance after experiencing multiple victories.

"Inter sometimes performed poorly, but in this critical situation, they made a change, I am referring to their power capacity, we were the team that ran the most. I must become a mechanic at a specific time in the game, this will be long enough in the game's progression that I observed that we were in the game," he said.

"We almost doubled our lead at the end of the first half, and we also missed a few counter-attacks, but we must remain focused because, if we were told at the start of the year that we would be in this position in the standings at this point, we would all be happy."

The Coach also spoke about the crucial goal by Robin Gosens that gave the Nerazzuri a 2-1 lead.

"We had the opportunity to recover, we should have been able to participate more in the box and allow Marusic to defend deeper," he explained.

"The defense took too much risk today and we had to make numerous errors, we were constantly exposed."

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