Icardi: “We’ll do well at Parma if we follow the coach’s instructions”

MILAN – The penalty, his goals and his desire to perform well at Parma. Mauro Icardi, in a interview with Inter Channel, spoke about the final minutes of the game against Sampdoria. He is already focused on Parma ahead of the match at the Tardini: “Taking a penalty in the 91st minute is different: there’s all the pressure of the last minute,” explained the forward. “Scoring a penalty and winning the match makes it even better. I’m now into double figures including goals in pre-season? I’m only interested in the goals that really count.” The Argentine also spoke about tomorrow’s match against Parma: “We mustn’t look at the table, last year we won in the last minute at Parma. It was a tough game. We need to approach this match using what we’ve worked on. We’ll do well if we follow what the coach has said.” A final word on the Stadio Tardini: “It’s an amazing feeling when you have the fans so close to you.”