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Roberto Mancini on victory against Atalanta and Fredy Guarin's brace


Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini was satisfied after his side eased past Atalanta in the Serie A, winning 4-1 away from home.

After struggling earlier this month, the Nerazzurri bounced back in style with convincing wins against Palermo and Atalanta, closing the gap from third-placed Napoli to ten points.

"We are happy, it's never easy to win here [away at Atalanta]," Mancini told Sky Sport Italy.

"We made some mistakes but I'm overall satisfied. We struggled after we took the lead and I cannot explain why but after the 1-1 we were in control and did well.

"Two wins don't change much, there's a lot of work in front of us and we'll probably have more disappointing results although we hope to avoid them.

"[Fredy] Guarin has always been a great midfielder. I hope his confidence grows now that he scored two goals. He's quality, what was strange is that he was not performing to the required standard."

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