Inter Milan midfielder Esteban Cambiasso has conceded that his side were no match for Roma in Sunday's Serie A contest.Inter coach Claudio Ranieri endured a frustrating return to the Stadio Olimpico as he watched Roma dominate from the first whistle to cruise to an emphatic 4-0 victory.
Roma thumped Inter Milan 4-0 while high-flying Juventus and AC Milan were held to goalless draws in the Serie A on Sunday.Two first-half goals from Juan and Fabio Borini gave Luis Enrique's Roma a commanding lead going into the break at the Stadio Olimpico.
Roma manager Luis Enrique toasted what was 'a great day' for his side after they hammered Inter Milan 4-0 on Sunday.However, the Spaniard tempered his praise by urging his players to find consistency in light of a rollercoaster week that also saw the capital side fall to a 4-2 defeat at Cagliari.
Inter coach Claudio Ranieri failed to hide his disappointed in his team's recent run of form after a 4-0 Serie A loss away to Roma on Sunday.The Giuseppe Meazza side have collected only one point from their past three league games, while they were eliminated from the Coppa Italia as well, and Ranieri has admitted that things will have to change at Inter.
Round 22 of the Serie A is in doubt as heavy snowfalls threaten to disrupt or postpone the league programme.Four midweek league matches were postponed after some of the worst winter weather in recent years played havoc with fixtures.
Claudio Ranieri is looking forward to returning to Rome this weekend, as his Inter Milan side prepare to meet his old club Roma at Stadio Olimpico.Ranieri was in charge at Roma until February last year when he resigned after a poor run of results, and he was appointed Inter boss in September after the sacking of Gian Piero Gasperini.