Stefano Sensi has been remarkable and has mastered three basic concepts: dribbling, playing as a team and knows how to shoot
Tuttosport underlines the excellent start of Stefano Sensi this season, not only in the shirt of Inter but also after the last two matches with Italy against Armenia and Finland.
“To be perfectly clear on the fact that Sensi’s impact has been remarkable, we cite a tweet of a Spanish journalist of Cadena Cope during Finland-Italy: ‘What a footballer Sensi is, he has mastered three basic concepts that allow him to always have an impact during a match: he knows how to dribble, how to play with the team and he knows how to shoot. The technique that he has is insane.’ Against the Scandinavians, Sensi was the best player for the Azzurri for long stretches of the game.
“He replaced the suspended Verratti and probably did not have the same presence as the PSG player in terms of organizing the game, but from the halfway line and up, as Sensi has been for two months at Inter, the player showed that he is a dangerous attacking option, something that he did not have at Sassuolo (played primarily as director there).”