The most anticipated game of the day in Serie A did not disappoint and was full of goals: Inter’s stunning 5-1 victory over Milan in this Italian Calcio Della Madonnanina derby.
Even though the game initially seemed even on paper, Inter’s superiority was clearly evident from the start of the game and they ran like a real bulldozer over a Milan team that was unrecognizable from this team in the first three days.
Assertiveness was Inter’s best ally, while Milan suffered from defensive order and adapting to the pace of play in which the Neroazzurri controlled everything from start to finish.
5 minutes were enough for Simone Inzaghi’s team to take the lead on the scoreboard thanks to the goal from Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who seemed to regain the great version he once showed at Borussia Dortmund, thus leading to victory in a total party , to which they were joined by Marcus Thuram and Hakan Calhanoglu.
With this result, Inter are considered the main favorites to win the Scudetto in the current Serie A season, while Milan have a lot of things to correct.
In addition, it is worth noting that Inter beat Milan for the fifth derby in a row, thereby securing an important hegemony over the Rossonero team.
The key to Inter’s victory against Milan in Serie A
Different intensity on both teams
From the start of the game it was abundantly clear that both teams jumped onto the pitch with completely different levels of intensity, with Milan being more speculative and Inter studying more, a team that knew without hesitation that they would jump onto the pitch to win the game Rivals to devour and devour Keep this victory.
Lautaro Martínez held the reins for Inter on offense
One player who fully assumed the leadership role in the Neroazzurra squad was Argentine Lautaro Martínez, who played a key role in attack. Although he didn’t contribute any points, he did provide a masterful assist for Mkhitaryan, who scored a brace.
Thuram appeared and confirmed his big moment with a great goal
The show was left to the French attacker Marcus Thuram, who after the 1-0 and controlled game nailed the ball with a powerful shot to the far post of his compatriot Maignan and scored the second goal.
Little weight in Milan’s offense
Apart from Rafa Leao’s goal, Milan suffered a lot in attack, even a few attempts from Giroud and Pulisic stood out, but the team that devoured Roma at the Olympic Stadium a few weeks ago was nowhere to be seen.
Inter, a defensive fortress
What should be highlighted is Inter’s impressive and well-functioning defense, as Inzaghi’s team has only allowed one goal in 4 Serie A games, which was the first result they conceded this season against Milan.
Samuel Chukwueze (55th minute, Christian Pulisic), Marko Arnautovic (63′, Marcus Thuram), Charles Augustus (63′, Federico Dimarco), Davide Frattesi (63′, Nicolò Barella), Stefan de Vrij (73′, Alessandro Bastoni), Luka Jovic (76′, Tijjani Reijnders), Alessandro Florenzi (76′, Davide Calabria), Noah Okafor (76′, Olivier Giroud), Kristjan Asllani (80th minute, Hakan Çalhanoglu), Yunus Musah (85′, Ruben Loftus-Cheek)
1-0, 4′: Mkhitaryan2-0, 37′: Marcus Thuram2-1, 56′: Rafael Leao3-1, 68′: Mkhitaryan4-1, 78′: Calhanoglu5-1, 92′: Davide Frattesi
Referee: Simone Sozza
VAR referees: Aleandro Di Paolo, Marco Piccinini
Malick Thiaw (23′, yellow) Theo Hernandez (60′,Yellow) Calhanoglu (71′, yellow) Davide Frattesi (93′, yellow)
Classification PT PJ PG PE PP
Classification PT PJ PG PE PP