Inter: Borja Valero disappoints again
16/04/2018, 18:22
Inter had an opportunity to make their way into the top four if they had managed three points against Atlanta in the last Serie A tie at Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia on 15 April. Instead, the Luciano Spalletti saw his side settle for a goalless draw during the away trip on Sunday.

​Borja Valero started for the Nerazzurri in the heart of the midfielder against Atlanta.
However, the Madrid-born player struggled to impress in Inter’s last outing and the Italian publications calciomercato.com, Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport have rated Valero’s performances.

Calciomercvato.com, 5: First nightmare, players around him all travel at double speed. Fortunately in the second half, Atalanta lowered their pace.

Gazzetta dello Sport, 4.5: “Sacrosance caution for a connection on Gomez. The absence of Brozovic and Cancelo forced him to play low: it's no longer for him".

Corriere dello Sport, 5: "A quantity of balls delivered to opponents. For him the rhythm of Atalanta is unsustainable".
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