Giampaolo Pazzini scored the winning goal for Sampdoria in Saturday night's stunning 1-0 victory over Inter. Today, he relived his goal and also talked about a possible return to the Italian national team for both him and star man, Antonio Cassano.
"To tell you the truth, I don't even know who passed me the ball," he said to Sky Sport, "I saw it come and I kicked it. It went well. It was a great emotion, now we are on top of the table."
On the Azzurri, Il Pazzo said: "Cassano and I are in the same situation: we have to work hard to do well for Sampdoria. It's the only road that can take us back into the national team. We have this great ambition and it's something that motivates us a lot."
In addition, Samp president Riccardo Garrone also reiterated that Cassano belongs in the national set-up.
"In the national team he would be very precious and extremely useful," he said. "I hope [Marcello] Lippi rethinks things and takes him into the national team."
Danilo Pochini, Goal.com