APPIANO GENTILE - Sulley Muntari is in confident mood going into Tuesday's Champions League visit of Ukrainian outfit Dynamo Kiev.
"We're in good condition. We will play a good game and we will win," he told journalists in the pre-match press conference. It's true that Inter have had more difficulties in Europe than in league games, but we want to win at all costs tomorrow. These are three important points for us. We have the potential to do well. We haven't won in Europe in seven games but we will start winning from tomorrow."
The Ghana midfielder will return to the Meazza tomorrow night for the first time since being booed by the crowd during Inter-Udinese. "No one criticised me," said Muntari. "What happened, happened, but it's all in the past now. I'm only thinking about tomorrow's match. I don't know if I will play, but if I start the match I will give my all, as always.
"I came on the pitch against Udinese with a strange face? That is my face. I didn't cry. This is my job and what happens, happens, but it's in the past and now I am concentrating on the match against Dynamo."
Sulley was asked if Inter will use the same system as in Saturday's 5-0 thrashing of Genoa. "I don't know. Every match is different," he replied.