Rafael Benitez was not happy with some of the decision the referee made during Inter's draw with Sampdoria.
The Spaniard saw several decisions go against his side, including the build-up play to Stefano Guberti's opener, as Benitez felt Antonio Cassano had fouled Christian Chivu.
"I think that at the start of the match, we had control of the match, but then they had a couple of dangerous counterattacks," the coach told the club's official website post-match.
"It is a shame concedidng a goal in the way we did, as it was born out of a foul committed by Cassano, which was not given. He was looking at the linesman, and it clearly seen in the replay. That error conditioned the match.
"I did not like the refereeing this evening. Anyways, if the side continues to create this many chances, we will score a lot of goals."
Benitez also spoke about the support striker positions Philippe Coutinho, Jonathan Biabiany and Goran Pandev are all fighting for.
"Pandev came on and did well, but we shall see what happens when we have a full-strength side at our disposal. There could be other alternatives, but they all did well this evening.
"The important thinkg for us is to do well, and the side is showing great signs. We are slowly getting better," concluded Benitez.