Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar is concerned an injury he sustained during the 1-0 win over Genoa on Friday could force him to miss the Champions League clash at Tottenham next week.
"I am sorry for my injury. I was really well and focussed. Lets hope well, I will have a scan," he told the press after the game.
"I can feel it, I put some ice on the injury, and I hope its nothing serious."
The win arrived via an unlikely source in substitute Sulley Muntari.
"It was fundamental to beat Genoa ahead of our Champions League match," added the Brazilian. "Now we have to focus on that, we want to win our group."
Benitez: "We showed great character"
GENOA - After Friday night's match between Genoa and Inter, Rafa Benitez commented on his team's 1-0 win and also spoke about the injury situation.
"Lucio limped off at the end but he is fine. Cambiasso and Julio Cesar will have to undergo tests and then we will see," said the Spanish coach.
"It was a difficult game tonight against a team that did well and never stopped attacking, but we showed character.
"There were five or six situations in which we could have done better, but it still went well tonight. However, we have to be more incisive.
"Biabiany improving? He always finds more spaces away from home. Milito? It was obviously an idea to bring him on, but with the injuries it wasn't possible.
"Who will I be supporting out of Milan and Juventus tomorrow night? I always prefer to support Inter (smiles). Would a draw be good. Yes, it could be..."
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