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Few bright spots for Inter in disappointing defeat to Roma

Radja Nainggolan's brace helped fuel a victory over Inter, as Roma edge closer to Serie A leaders Juventus.
Little went right for Mauro Icardi and Inter Milan against Roma.

Inter Milan said goodbye to their Champions League aspirations by deservedly losing 3-1 to Roma at the San Siro. Roma took the lead thanks to some slack defending, Radja Nainggolan dancing past Roberto Gagliardini to fire a curler (a typical Roma goal for the season) past Samir Handanovic.

The Lupa could have had more after that, with Inter packing men into the opposition half without any cohesion or creativity. The Nerazzurri were duly stunned in the second half when Nainggolan outmuscled Gagliardini...

Inter Milan must step up against Roma without key man Miranda

Stefano Pioli has to assert himself on the Serie A race.

Inter Milan vs. Roma games have often resembled the rivalry between Italy and Spain; one more clinical team (Inter and Italy) against one used to playing better football (Roma and Spain).

But in recent years, the Nerazzurri have struggled to be clinical in the fixture. Since 2010 they have won only three of their 14 Serie A clashes with Roma and all of those have come at home. For their part, Roma have won six and scored some impressive wins at the San Siro (3-0 and 3-1).

This time around, Roma...

Inter's brilliant form, Champions League push must continue vs. Roma

Whatever Pioli is doing at Inter is working. But it'll be tested against Roma, who are in equally good form.

When Helenio Herrera was manager of Inter in the 1960s, one of his famous innovations was to put messages up in the dressing room to motivate his players and focus their minds. The most famous of these was his winning formula: "Class + Preparation + Fitness + Intelligence = THE TITLE." Last week, pictures emerged from inside Inter's gym at Appiano Gentile, showing that Stefano Pioli has maybe taken some inspiration from il Mago.

Sheets of paper are tacked to the wall. Printed on them is a problem,...

Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa takes his chance with winner for Inter at Bologna

Gabriel Barbosa came off the bench to score his first Serie A goal and seal three points for Inter at Bologna.
Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa took his chance on Sunday, scoring as a substitute to boost Inter to a 1-0 victory at Bologna.

Inter came away from an ugly game against Bologna at the Dall'Ara Stadium with a full haul, courtesy of super-sub Gabriel "Gabigol" Barbosa.

Just when football's equivalent of a hangover was set to peter out into a draw or potential upset, the 20-year-old's introduction had fans in raptures.

Words can barely describe how they will have felt on 81 minutes, when a flowing move aided by Ever Banega's clever feet found Danilo D'Ambrosio and the oft-criticized veteran squared it to "Gabigol" to fire...

 By Tim Vickery

The contrasting fortunes of Brazil's Gabriel Barbosa and Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Barbosa came off the bench to score his first Serie A goal and seal three points for Inter at Bologna.
Pep Guardiola is unsure if Gabriel Jesus will return for Man City this season, expecting a two or three month recovery.

Less than six months ago, when he prepared for his first game as Brazil coach, Tite had a big decision to make.

He was taking over a team under pressure. Brazil were down in sixth place in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualification table, outside the slots that guaranteed a spot at Russia 2018.

The fixtures ahead looked tricky, starting with a visit to the altitude of Quito to take on Ecuador, who were level on points with leaders Uruguay. In such daunting circumstances, who should take the role of centre-forward,...

Pioli, Inter should continue three at the back experiment at Bologna

Inter Milan coach Stefano Pioli
Stefano Pioli has experimented with a back three recently and against lowly Bologna figures to do the same.

Inter's upcoming trip to Bologna isn't the most challenging on paper: while the Nerazzurri performed admirably against Empoli at the weekend to earn their eighth win in nine games, Bologna are still reeling from the 1950s-style thumping Napoli handed down to them (7-1) in early February. Even more embarrassingly, this defeat came at home.

Even without Mauro Icardi and Marcelo Brozovic, it's hard to see the Felsinei doing well.

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Fortunately, Sunday's tie will be the perfect opportunity to experiment...