Inter Milan’s Chinese owner Zhang Kang-yang (Stiff Zhang) expressed his joy at advancing to the European Football Federation Champions League (UCL). He also made remarks comparing former coaches with director Simone Inzaghi.
On the 17th (Korean time), Inter Milan (hereinafter referred to as Inter) won AC Milan (hereinafter referred to as Milan) 1-0 in the second leg of the 2022-2023 European Football Federation Champions League (UCL) semifinals at San Siro in Milan, Italy. Inter advanced to the final with a total of two wins, having previously won 2-0 in the first leg. The final opponent will be decided in the match between Manchester City and Real Madrid on the 18th.메이저놀이터
Lauraro Martinez scored the winning goal in the 29th minute of the second half. Substitute Romelu Lukaku defended the ball with his back inside the penalty area and passed. Martinez connected it with a left-footed strong shot and split the net.
“It’s been seven years since I’ve been here. I arrived when I was 24, and there were players who had never played in the Champions League. Now we’ve reached the final. We did our job and Inter “As long as we are here, we will try to keep Inter in this position.”
Simone Inzaghi became the second Italian coach since Giovanni Invernici in 1971 to lead Inter to the top of European elite competition. It is also the 13th final after leading coach José Mourinho to win the Champions League in 2010.
“I’m 31 years old, but I’ve worked with many coaches. Inzagi is definitely special, and he’s very calm in every situation,” said Jang. “Whether we win or lose, he’s always calm. That’s probably his greatest quality.” praised
Chairman Jang had a feud with manager Antonio Conte in 2021. Inter Milan’s parent company, Suning Group, was hit hard by the Corona 19 crisis, and relations with coach Conte quickly soured as they tightened their belts to resolve financial difficulties. After that, manager Inzagi took over and once again reorganized the team and put it in the UCL final. On this day, Chairman Jang compared Inzagi and his former managers, saying, “The only manager who doesn’t ask for any players from me.”
Chairman Jang said he would strengthen the team in the upcoming summer transfer market. “Until I’m here, my goal is to build a better team for next season,” he promised to reinforce the squad.