Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho insists the Scudetto is not wrapped up, despite victory over AC Milan last night.

Mourinho said: "There are 33 points still up for grabs, there is a long way to go yet. I cannot say, nor think, the Scudetto is over. I can say that if we don't win it, then it will be because we've given it away. It's in our hands now.

"Tonight was very important, as it gives us the chance to leave Milan and Juve in a psychologically difficult position."

There was controversy, as Adriano scored the opener with his arm, but Mourinho insisted he would not have complained if Milan had netted in similar circumstances.

"I would've said it was a goal. His movement was to head the ball and that was his intention, so it is involuntary. There are some situations that are difficult to judge," assured the Coach.

"On the other hand, there are easy decisions, like [Massimo] Ambrosini, who should've had a second booking and a red.

"We saw two great teams play tonight. We talked it over at half-time, that we would have chances to score if we kept it aggressive, but if Milan netted then it would be tight to the very end."