Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari praised his team-mates for their come-from behind victory over Dynamo Kiev on match day four of the UEFA Champions League.
The Italian giants, according to the Ghanaian international, did not play all that well in the first half, and were fortunate to score in the second half, and win.
"We wanted to win the match, but in the first half, things were not going well," Muntari told TMW post-match.
"Luckily, in the second half, we were able to play the match that we wanted, finding two very important goals. We were good enough not to be deflated, and to keep on persevering.
"This victory will lift us for the future, and we are happy now because we are leaders in both the domestic league and in the group stage of the Champions League. Things are slowly sorting themselves out in our favour.
"From today onwards, things will be more tranquil," the midfielder concluded.
Rick D'Andrea, Goal.com