By ESPNSTAR.com staff
A goal from Parma's Nicola Sansone destroyed Inter Milan's hopes of capitalizing on league-leading Juventus' slip-up against AC Milan and allowed Napoli to leapfrog Andrea Stramaccioni's men to second spot.
The defeat pushed Inter Milan down to fourth place, and Cambiasso told Sky Sports that it was not a position a club of their stature should themselves in.
"There is bitterness tonight [Monday], we are a club that are always at the top and we want to be back there," he shared.
"The first half we tried to take the game to Parma, we tried to keep hold of the ball but we were not very effective. They grew in confidence in the second half and created some good chances. Overall I would say they deserved the victory but I am disappointed with the performance."
Nerazzuri manager Stramaccioni was also forthcoming in his criticism of the team's display, as he blasted his players for failing to show up in the second period.
"We started well and attacked Parma but they were solid, but the second-half was a different story. That was one of the worst second-half performances I have ever seen from the team," Stramaccioni stated.
Inter Milan will host Palermo in their Serie A game at the San Siro this Sunday.