Despite their dominance on the field, Real Sociedad could only secure one point.
The early lead was provided by Braiz Mendez, but Lautaro Martinez equalized for Inter Milan just three minutes before the final whistle.
Sadiq began the game on the bench and substituted Mikel Oyarzabal 18 minutes from the end.
After the game, Sadiq admitted that when he entered the encounter, his side was leading 1-0. However, the last-minute goal that resulted in a 1-1 draw was disheartening.
He revealed that his focus now is on the upcoming match, adding that while Sociedad didn’t secure a win on Wednesday night, they sure did earn a valuable point.
Nevertheless, the Nigerian forward feels a tinge of regret because they had the chance to claim all three points.
“We were winning 1-0 when I came in, but the last-minute goal which made it 1-1 pained me. Everything depends on the result, we just have to look forward to the next game. We did not lose today; we have one point, which is also good, but I feel so sorry because we could have gotten the three points,” Sadiq conveyed to Oma Sports.
The 26-year-old recently made his comeback for Real Sociedad after a lengthy injury spell.
This season, he has participated in six matches across various competitions under the guidance of coach Imanol Aguacil.