Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi says they’ll learn from their 2-0 Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich.
Benjamin Pavard and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting struck late for Bayern with both teams having already qualified for the round of 16.
“Bayern are a team of immense quality, but Inter had a good initial approach, we had that Lautaro chance and the penalty, so if we had gone in front nobody could’ve complained, but we lost to a quality opponent,” Inzaghi told Sky Italia.
“We trained well in this group against Bayern Munich and Barcelona, so we’ve seen some of the biggest opponents already. We fought hard for this qualification and will see what happens in February to enjoy the tournament, but for now we need to focus on Serie A.
“We are coming off four consecutive victories, but we dropped a lot of points early, we know that the fixture list is not simple for us until the break, but we must try to do the maximum.”
He added: “Everyone had a great game, including Matteo Darmian who was in a three-man defence, Asllani, Gosens, Bellanova did well even against a tough opponent like Alphonso Davies.”