Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi spoke about their upcoming clash with Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League final.
“We know we will meet the strongest team in the world, who have won the [English] Premier League five times in the last six years.
“We will have to be careful to play a team game, we know we will be facing the best, with a fantastic squad and a coach who has marked an era. In modern football there is before and after [Man City manager Pep] Guardiola, it will be very important for us.
“We must be careful, act harmoniously like a unified mechanism. Definitely the most important [game of my career], but I think it also applies to my players.
“It will be an evening that repays us for all the efforts made during the year. It has been a journey full of pitfalls but, in the last three months, when I have had deeper rotations to play, I think Inter have done great things,” Inzaghi said Football Italia reported.
The Man City vs. Inter match of the Champions League final will be played on Saturday in Istanbul, Turkey and will start at 11pm Armenia time.