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Stramaccioni: It's not over

Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni insisted their Europa League last-16 tie with Tottenham was not over despite suffering a 3-0 defeat at White Hart Lane.

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Andrea Stramaccioni: Admitted Inter struggled to contain Spurs

Andrea Stramaccioni: Admitted Inter struggled to contain Spurs

Stramaccioni conceded his side were a clear second-best in the opening leg, but he has not given up hope of progressing to the quarter-finals.

"Obviously I believe that they played better than us and deserved what they got," he said.

"First of all we suffered from a physical point of view, they created us lots

of problems with their aerial game.

"But having said that, even if we had a negative night we had two great chances to score and we have not been able to do it.

"We all know that it is going to be very hard, a tough situation to face but at the end of the day we are Inter.

"We want to win the second leg and, as we all know, football is a beautiful game and you never know what will happen but we are fully aware it is going to be very hard."

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