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Andrea Ranocchia: I know how to stop Simone Zaza


Internazionale are ready to register their first win of the season as the Serie A resumes after the international break.

The Nerazzurri could only manage a draw away at Torino on their league debut but defender Andrea Ranocchia believes hard work and a winning mentality are the way forward.

"The team and I will play to win," Ranocchia told Sport Mediaset.

"Winning and working hard are our main objectives.

"Mazzarri [Internazionale's manager] is eager to do well this season, he has a group of new players and young elements who didn't win a lot, all players who are ready for something important."

Internazionale welcome Sassuolo at the San Siro stadium on Sunday aware of the dangerous offensive department of Eusebio Di Francesco's side.

"Zaza? I didn't know him well [before the National team] but I noticed how he moves and he has a bright future in the Italian national team," added Ranocchia.

"He's a very good player and we have to be careful.

"But I know how to stop him on Sunday. Clearly, the team has to help me in doing so.

"Sassuolo have a lot of Under 21 players, like [Domenico] Berardi.

"They are strong and we cannot underestimate them."

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