AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia insisted that his team will play attacking soccer when it travels to the San Siro on Saturday to face Inter Milan. The Giallorossi have not dropped any points so far this season, and are 4 points ahead of Walter Mazzarri’s men, who are also unbeaten.
“I've always said to my players that we have to try to win all 38 matches, both home and away. I hope tomorrow's match turns out to be a great game,” Garcia said in his pre-game press conference. “They have the advantage of playing at home. But that doesn't change anything for me.”
He added: “We're top for the moment and this has to help the team, simply by giving them more confidence in their play. We know anything can happen in a match against Inter. I think we're very well prepared on the mental side and we need to fight with everything: if we do that we'll definitely get a good result."