?Inter Milan manager Luciano Spalletti told Sky Sports that Sunday’s opponents Torino are on the same level as his his side after the two teams drew 1-1.

It was a frustrating day for unbeaten Inter, who needed substitute Eder’s goal to rescue a point in a game where victory would have taken them top, at least for a couple of hours.

After the game, which Inter just about edged overall, Spalletti said: “Today’s difficulty Turin is a team at our level, I do not see any difference, they did their game, playing to win.” 

He also spoke of his frustrations at his side’s wasteful display as they dropped to third following a win for Juventus and a draw for leaders Napoli later in the day.

He added: “We’ve done something wrong with that we usually make a lot of wrong choices, so we have a draw.” Eder’s equaliser comes just days after he signed a long term contract with the club, and Spalletti spoke of his importance following his crucial goal on Sunday. 

He also said: “It’s a level alternative, we renewed the contract for it: it plays in three roles and when you have players like this who enter and change the game, one must also praise the mental aspect.”

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Napoli’s draw with Chievo later on Sunday means Inter are still just two points off top spot, and will hope for a better result when Atalanta visit the San Siro after the international break.