Inter Milan midfielder, Christian Eriksen has been poured encomiums on his display in a Serie A match against Benevento earning praises from Inter Milan assistant coach, Cristian Stellini
The former Tottenham player- who left the club in January 2020 for the Italian giants, after about seven years -with a sum of 18 million euros.
Recently, he has been playing a new role under the Conte-led side which he has been thriving to keep his head above waters on the role.
Eriksen has been known as one of the beautiful and efficient playmakers in Europe with Inter assistant coach Cristian Stellini tagging the midfielder as a “high-level player”.
Since his arrival to San Siro, he has encountered difficulties with fitness under Antonio Conte’s reign as the club manager, leading him to be on a pecking order at the club.
Eriksen has breezed into the side’s squad at a Coppa Italia round of 16 victories against Fiorentina reminding Conte of his relevance in the club. He pulled a fine display against AC Milan in the Italian Cup final eight, firing a free-kick at the dying minutes of the crucial match.
He, again, was outstanding, when Inter ran riot against Benevento, 4-0 it ended. This display made Cristian Stellini praise the 28-year-old player.
“…I liked him a lot tonight; the whole team, but especially him. “He is adapting to this role, now he is having the opportunities to show himself in this new task, but we have been trying it for some time.” he said
Stellini challenged Eriksen to raise his oars at the club.
“We expect this from him, we expect him to improve continuously from game to game. He did a great job, he is an asset we have worked on a lot, a high-level player.” he ended