Watch Simone Inzaghi struggle with a man on the sidelines as Inter Milan’s coach loses his composure in the final moments

SIMONE INZAGHI lost his composure as a member of his backroom team stood on the sidelines as his team lost their potential Champions League title.

The Inter Milan coach led his side to the final tonight but were beaten 1-0 by Pep Guardiola’s treble-winning Stars.

Simone Inzaghi lost his composure on the touchline


Simone Inzaghi lost his composure on the touchline
The Italian pushed a man away


The Italian pushed a man away
Then Inzaghi gave Inzaghi a cold look


Then Inzaghi gave Inzaghi a cold look

Inter fell behind in the 68th minute when Rodri coolly fired in from 15 yards out.

They pushed hard for the equalizer and hit the crossbar just moments after City’s goal.

At the end of the game, it lasted five minutes while the Serie A side continued to press.

City stopper Ederson parried a late corner brilliantly, leaving Inzaghi devastated.

When the camera focused on him ten seconds past the allotted time, he could be seen angrily pushing a man away.

Inzaghi, 47, glared at the man after he pushed him off.

The final whistle sounded moments later, causing an uproar among City players and fans alike.

At Inter, however, it was exactly the opposite, with some players sinking to their knees.


Man City won their first ever Champions League title


Man City won their first ever Champions League titleCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun

It featured goalkeeper Andre Onana delivering an impassioned pep talk to Lautaro Martinez.

Inter finished third in Serie A, 18 points behind top champions Napoli.

They managed to secure some silver medals, keep their Coppa Italia and win the Supercoppa Italiana.

Inzaghi’s men defeated Napoli and rivals AC Milan en route to the Champions League final before falling to Guardiola’s all-conquering City.

After the game, match winner Rodri swore live on BT Sport.

The Spaniard told Des Kelly: “It was an incredible performance from everyone. I wasn’t good in the first half, I honestly played crappy.”

“And then we talked about the mentality, I said to myself, ‘You have to manage this situation’.”

“In the end I scored a goal, unbelievable.”

Rodri swore live on BT Sport


Rodri swore live on BT SportPhoto credit: BT SPORT


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