Nigeria international and Inter Milan ace Victor Moses was is still relishing the team’s star performance as they humbled Brescia 6-0 Wednesday.
Moses who was in action for 67 minutes gave the entire team a standing ovation adding that his teammates were indeed on fire.” what a team performance” he enthused.
England international Ashley Young opened the flood gate of goals for Inter on the occasion as early as the 5th minute before his other teammates D’Ambrosio, Gagliardini, Sancheze,Eriksen and Candreva joined the bandwagon in minutes intervals.
Interestingly homeboy Antonio Candreva who replaced Moses in the 67th minute found the net in the 88th minute in the half a dozen goal feast.
Inter who are third on the ladder behind table toppers Juventus and second placed Lazio will next face Bologna on Sunday.
Bottom of the ladder occupants Brescia were without ‘why always me exponent’ Mario Balotelli who is on the verge of hitting the exit door from the club.
The former Manchester City star had hoped to feel at home at the club considering that he grew up there, but avalanche of controversies including unending allegation of racism against him made his sojourn more of a nightmare.
Brescia Calcio president Massimo Cellino accused the 29 year old of living by his own rules and not that of the club. “I always thought Balotelli would feel at home at the club of his hometown, but I was wrong,” Cellino said to SID. “Mario lives by his own rules; you tell him something—he does the opposite.” he said
Balotelli, who has scored five goals in 19 games for Brescia, has a different perspective on what happened and has since contacted his lawyers seeking €400,000 in compensation after Brescia banned him from training sessions
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