Couple of thoughts on yesterday:
1) Slavia are 3 months into their season and on a different planet in terms of fitness and conditioning. They are also obviously a very well-drilled unit. They could definitely take points from Dortmund.
2) Barca were horrible against Dortmund and should have lost. The positive there is that Dortmund didn't get 3 points. The negative is that Dortmund are capable of taking apart Barca in Germany and will probably make minced meat of this Inter.
3) Conte and the players have come out, held their hands up, and admitted the performance was totally unacceptable. You live and learn. It just goes to show that Conte ABSOLUTELY MUST be flexible with his tactics this season.
3-5-2 was catastrophic yesterday.
The wing backs had no space to cross, the midfielders were somehow always outnumbered and the strikers were totally isolated.
It was almost like playing 11 vs 13 or something.
I think Conte's 3-4-2-1 would have actually worked much better yesterday than it did against Udinese. But he was slow to make changes, which is very "Spaletti" of him.