By FOX Sports Staff
Inter are struggling for consistency at the moment and they followed up Thursday's 3-0 Europa League loss at Tottenham with an uninspired display at the weekend which leaves them sixth in Serie A and in danger of missing out on UEFA Champions League football next season.
Bologna were more than worthy of all three points on Sunday as they dominated from start to finish at the San Siro.
Alberto Gilardino's classy volley midway through the second half ultimately sealed the victory for the visitors.
"There are still ten matches to play, we're not quite performing as we'd like at the moment, but there are still ten games left," Stramaccioni was quoted as saying on the club's website.
"We produced little to nothing in the first half. And we were lucky not to concede in the first period when Bologna deserved to score. Yet their goal came in the second half when we were playing at a higher tempo.
"We're obviously not having the best time of it but, as I've said, there are still ten games to play. It's a tight league where every side can cause you problems. There are still ten matches to go, we can and we must do it."
He added: "I make mistakes just as everyone does, I think."
"It's important now to win matches and show consistency, we can still do it. Yes, we've missed another opportunity but it's still on. It's better if we see where we are come the end of the season, it'd be a huge mistake to have a slump now. We're all angry and disappointed but we won't let it get us down."
Inter's next game is a home second leg against Tottenham in the Europa League with the Italians trailing 3-0 from the away leg.