Shut up, Inter goes back up the standings. The Nerazzurri, despite a hesitant first half of the championship, are the only ones in Europe to have beaten Napoli (also including the Champions League) and now they are there, just one point behind second-placed Milan and with the great regret of the two lost points in Monza due to Sacchi’s oversight. A 2023, therefore, which opened in a very positive way in terms of results, waiting for tomorrow’s Super Cup in Saudi Arabia.
Despite this, the other night against Verona, a part of the San Siro crowd booed the team. It was in the first half of the second half, in one of those delicate phases of a match, when the narrow advantage doesn’t guarantee you the bread and the opponent tries to gather courage. Verona in 2023 is not the Verona of many defeats in a row, as demonstrated by the 4 points obtained before Milan. Not to mention the tiredness for the 120 minutes with Parma in the Italian Cup and the non-optimal conditions of various elements of Inzaghi. Above all, in that part of the game, Inzaghi’s team was trying to flush out the opponent, notoriously ferocious in full-court one-on-ones: a game that fatally lends itself to pocketing in spaces. Skriniar and his companions were waiting for nothing but the correct hole to hurt, as then punctually happened with Lautarowhose marking was thwarted by the shocking whistle of Blacksmiths.