Poli: Inter must not show any fear against Juventus

The 22-year-old has admitted that he is "very unhappy" with his side's goalless stalemate at the weekend, but has urged the team to move on and start focussing on the Bianconeri
Inter midfielder Andrea Poli has voiced his frustration with his side's scoreless draw against Atalanta in Serie A on Sunday, but added that it is crucial for the Nerazzurri to move on and focus on the match against Juventus.

Claudio Ranieri's side created numerous chances to break the deadlock versus the Bergamo side, but shot-stopper Andrea Consigli proved to be too much of an obstacle as he forced Inter to settle for just a point.

"I'm ruing the result a little. We were held 0-0 and it's a shame because we created chances, but it's in the past now," Poli said on the official Inter website.

"We need to move on so we can take on Juventus with our heads held high and not show any fear.

"I'm very unhappy with the result but, as I've said, now we move on because our next game is very important. I'm never satisfied and I'm always trying to improve. I think this is important for a young man of 22 years."

Inter resume Serie A action at Juventus on March 25.

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