Inter boss Luciano Spalletti wasn’t happy with how his side fell to Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday.
A late strike by Spurs’ Christian Eriksen meant the Serie A club dropped to third spot of Group B, a result that frustrated Spalletti who knew they only needed a point to secure their progress to the knockout stages.
"We did largely what we had to do, apart from a few moments of the game," he told Sky Sport Italia. "We are very disappointed with the result, we'll go into the next game and see what happens.
"I thought we were growing and didn't make the most of some scoring opportunities, then conceded with a distraction and nobody was able to cut out the pass.
"Tottenham have this physical strength, they always keep you under pressure throughout the match and we interpreted that Sissoko move wrong twice."