Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti concedes Champions League qualification is now out of their hands.
A run of three games without a win have left Inter a point outside Serie A's top four.
"We'd built up a small advantage, but we've put it back into play," said Spalletti.
“We can no longer manage anything in terms of the table. Winning is our only objective, even if I don't know how many points will be needed to qualify for the Champions League.
“We're still putting in decent performances, but goals make the difference: if you score, you can take three points.
“If you don't score, you're limited to one [point]. I expect us to move forward in terms of character.
“Our work is geared towards helping those who haven't scored much. The other players have what it takes to score goals, besides Icardi and Perisic.
“There are only six games left, we all have to find new solutions and can't wait for someone else to come up with them."