Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says he will be hoping for better luck next season after his side's goalless draw against Milan on Sunday.
The Nerazzurri were baffled by a number of controversial decisions by referee Luca Banti as Mancini was bitterly disappointed after the final whistle.
"We played a good game, trying to win but failed to do so," Mancini told Sky Sport Italy.
"Milan defended well and got lucky, not much you can do when this happens.
"We were unlucky, penalties were not given, let's hope to have more luck next season.
"The lads worked extremely hard, it's a shame [not to win]. We struggled when Milan hit back on the counter, I told Mateo [Kovacic] that he was too slow to close his area, we backed off a little bit and Milan took advantage.
"Even Juan Jesus made a silly foul and I told him. Kovacic played a good game in my opinion but he has to understand when to go forward and when to take it slowly.
"For me the penalty on Hernanes was clear, it's important to understand what they talk about when they meet every Monday. I never said anything [on referees] but today I have complaints to make.
"Palacio did foul in the move leading to the disallowed goal but the penalty [should have been given]."