Published: Sun, April 22, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti issues top 4 rallying cry

Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti issues top 4 rallying cry

"We will need to play with our hearts [from now until the end of the season] as that is what enables you to go the extra mile".

Roma and Lazio both have 67 points from 34 games with Roma ahead on head-to-head clashes.

The Nerazzurri are now in fifth place, one point behind both Roma and Lazio, but only the top four go into the Champions League.

"We're not in the top four by chance, we've earned this on the pitch", said Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi. Napoli is hoping to cut the gap to just one point.

Luciano Spalletti's men had been disappointing prior to that moment and were grateful to goalkeeper Samir Handanovic for keeping them in the game at the Marcantonio Bentegodi, where Chievo battled hard for points they desperately need to stave off the threat of relegation.

"All this makes tomorrow's game very unsafe for us, as they need points as soon as possible to ensure they can stay in Serie A definitively".

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Immobile boosted his bid for the Serie A top goalscorer award with two late goals as Lazio dominated and could have scored more.

Inter slowed the pace of the game in the final 20 minutes and when Chievo threatened to pull one back through Nicola Rigoni, cool-headed defender Milan Skriniar was there to block his shot.

Spalletti has made one change to the team that last week defeated Cagliari 4-0 at home by replacing injured Roberto Gagliardini with Spanish midfielder Borja Valero whilst starting with young French winger Yann Karamoh for the second match in a row.

Atalanta jumped to the sixth position with 55 points after beating 10th-placed Torino 2-1.

Crotone's 2-1 victory away to Udinese on Sunday condemned Benevento to an immediate return to the second division after they were left 14 points from safety with just four matches to play.

The arrivals of Bacary Sagna, Sandro and giant Malian striker Cheick Diabate - who has scored seven goals in eight games - in the winter transfer window helped Benevento improve but couldn't spare them from the inevitable drop.

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