Radja Nainggolan expressed his disappointment at Inter Milan’s treatment of him. The Inter player on loan at Cagliari said the Nerazzurri had treated him badly. However, Radja respects Nerazzurri fans and does not celebrate while making a goal at Giuseppe Meazza on Sunday (1/26/2020).
Radja scored a 1-1 equalizer in the 78th minute using Joao Pedro’s pass. The shot of the player born in Antwerp, Belgium, May 4, 1988, was fired directed from outside the penalty box to the bottom right of the goal, which Samir Handanovic was unable to dispel.
‘I am treated like an ordinary player here,’ Nainggolan said. ‘I really respect the Inter fans and my former teammates, but I feel treated like an ordinary player when I am here.’
‘I hope the best for them in the future. On the one hand, I am happy, on the other hand, I am No. Who knows how my future will be? I just don’t! I concentrate game after the match, fight with my teammates and we fight for something important.’
Cagliari is ranked 7th with 31 points on par with AC Milan on it. Nainggolan thinks Cagliari deserves a point against Inter, it should even be more than one point.
‘I thought we played well from the start, came here to play with the characters and pass the ball. “Maybe some incidents happened to us, but no one is against Inter, this is football, and some incidents need to be seen again,’ the player nicknamed the Ninja told DAZN.
‘It’s not just goals with encouragement, but there should also be a red card. We don’t want to see a broken leg before someone gets kicked out.’