Price per Head: Mazzarri wants to take it a game at a time

Walter MazzarriWalter Mazzarri says that he’s taking it a game at a time as Inter continue their fight for a European spot, and price per head services can’t wait to see what how his side will continue to perform.

Pay per head services were very excited when they saw Rodrigo Palacio and Jonathan score as Inter clinched a 2-0 win on Saturday at Verona, moving up to fourth place in Serie A and two points clear of Fiorentina, who will take on Chievo on Sunday.

However, price per head services learned that coach Mazzarri won’t fall to complacency after a run of form that saw Inter go six games undefeated.

“We talk the way we always have done, that every game has to be played the same way whether home or away, then at the end we’ll see where we are,” he is quoted as telling Sky Sport Italia.

“That’s the objective for this season.

“I’ve tried to drill into these players from the start that they must go for the win from the very beginning and maintain the same mentality no matter where they are playing. That means winning back possession as quickly as possible and seeking the victory every time.

“You can see that in recent outings the team has indeed taken that approach.

“In the past when we’ve taken the lead, we have settled down and the players know I don’t want them to have that attitude when the game is still open. I therefore told them to act as if it was still 0-0.”

Pay per head services saw that Hernanes and Mauro Icardi both hit the crossbar for Inter, and Mazzarri said that he long admired the former before signing him in January from Lazio.

“If we wanted him, it’s because the club asked me who could be useful and I’d already asked for him at Napoli,” he continued. “I always liked this player and I think he can do even better, as he’s not at 100 per cent yet.

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“He keeps calm and controls the ball with characteristics we had been lacking.”