Inter goalkeeper André Onana has spoken ahead of the Champions League final, stating that Inter must always aim to win games.
Onana arrived at Inter on a free transfer in the summer transfer window after his contract at Ajax expired. He has been hugely impressive for the Nerazzurri, becoming one of the best goalkeepers in Europe.
He starts for the side against City in the final and ahead of the clash, he spoke to Sky Italia (via FCInter1908) about the Nerazzurri’s chances and how they want to approach the game later today.
The Cameroon international said: “The ambition is to win, we are a strong team, we are Inter and we must always win. We play against the strongest team in the world, but it is a final and finals are not played, they are won. It will be the most difficult in the last 5-10 years but we know how to suffer and if we work well we can return to Milan with the cup.
He further stated: “We are the most important, not City: we have to do our job, play well, defend well and without fear. The important thing is to win today: I don’t know how, but we have to win”
Inter have already won two titles this season – the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana and they will be playing in their first Champions League final since 2010. Onana has been vital in the competition so far and he could prove to be key against City, who are generally considered to be the best team in the world right now.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN