DUNCAN: "I'M PLEASED, EVERYONE HELPED ME OUT"

"I'm improving and I'm happy to train with such great players but I've still got a lot to learn"

MILAN - Alfred Duncan made his first start at the San Siro tonight and put in an excellent performance. He spoke to Inter Channel about the Nerazzurri's win over Verona and how it felt to play at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza for the first time: "It was crucial to win today, so I'm very happy. The missed chance? The ball fell on my right foot, I did my best but the keeper made the save. Everyone helped me today, especially the defence who told me where I needed to be. Then when Guarin came on it got a bit easier because he's got great fitness levels."

"It was great, I dreamed of playing at the San Siro and as soon as I saw the fans I felt excited. I'm very happy because I train with great players and know I've still got a lot to work on. Where have I come on the most? I'm improving tactically and in terms of my positional sense. I found it a bit difficult with only two strikers ahead of me because I'm used to playing with three forwards, but things got better as the game wore on and I found the right position. Will I sleep tonight? Yes, don't worry about that!"


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