Hakimi shines as Dortmund fight back to beat Inter

Hakimi shines as Dortmund fight back to beat Inter

Hakimi shines as Dortmund fight back to beat Inter

Borussia Dortmund wing-back Achraf Hakimi has been nominated for the Champions League Player of the Week award.

The result left Dortmund second in the group on seven points from four games, one behind leaders Barcelona and three ahead of third-placed Inter.

Conte unsurprisingly cut a frustrated figure post-match, but rather than criticise his side, the former Chelsea coach hit out at how the club has looked to navigate a busy campaign.

'It was the same thing that happened in Barcelona.

"They tell me that I should smile more on television", he added. I should always say the same things, the growth process, taking it step by step, so just ask me some questions and I'll try to answer.

After conceding two goals in the first-half of Tuesday's Champions League fixture at the Signal-Iduna Park, the Real Madrid loanee inspired Lucien Favre's men to turn the game around with his brilliance in front of goal. "I hope that this will help them understand a few things". Of course, this defeat irritates me and I hope it irritates my players. We can do no more than to work and that's what we're doing.

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"I'm exhausted of saying the same things over and over again, perhaps they could come here over and say something".

'I don't care about January or February. At the beginning, we made a plan, but it could have been planned much, much better. I am fed up of saying it.

"I don't feel like even commenting on the second half, as there are too many alibis and I don't want to create any more", he said.

Through hard work we can cause anyone problems. "We defended too deep in the second half and struggled to keep the ball well. We've reached the limit".

'Apart from [Diego] Godin no one has won anything, ' said the Inter boss. Hence, the visitors were able to doubled their advantage before the break as Antonio Candreva's square pass found Matias Vecino, who made no mistake to make the most out of Inter's second clearcut opportunity. "Or (Stefano) Sensi, who came from Sassuolo?" I just have to thank the boys for what they're giving me at the moment.

"We had a lot of possession, put a lot of tempo into our game, prevented them from counter-attacking and that was the key".

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