Rampant victory for FC Internazionale over Frosinone

With this away victory, the Nerazzurri have exceeded the threshold of 90 points (92) in the championship
Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez is the current top scorer in this Serie A
Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez is the current top scorer in this Serie A / Insidefoto/GettyImages

FC Internazionale entered the mattch at the Benito Stirpe stadium in Frosinone as the new Serie A champion.

Coach Simone Inzaghi had the opportunity to play some of the least used players during this challenging season.

Unlike the calm atmosphere of the Neroazzurri, Frosinone (with 32 points in the standings) was still fighting for survival and needed precious points to accumulate along the way.

In any case, the visiting team started immediately with strong tenacity but the first dangerous shot was created by Frosinone with midfielder Luca Mazzitelli whose shot was deflected and forced goalkeeper Yann Sommer to rebound.

In these moments, possession of the ball was managed better by the home team who once again reached the conclusion with the talented Matias Soulè who forced the opposing goalkeeper to make a double intervention.

After these actions, the Neroazzurri tried to raise their pressure by implementing much more incisive pressing than what they had shown up to that point.

In the 19th minute, the Neroazzurri found the opening goal with midfielder Davide Frattesi able to make the most of a delightful assist from Marcus Thuram.

Subsequently, there was a slight inattention by Nicolò Barella who, during the setup phase, served his opponent, Reinier, who wasted an interesting opportunity.

Then, once again, Sommer made a great save on Marco Brescianini's interesting shot.

Before the end of the first half, coach Eusebio Di Francesco was forced to make a change, as he had to remove Mazzitelli due to a muscle problem, bringing in Francesco Gelli in his place.

However, there was still one last chance for the hosts with the Moroccan striker Walid Cheddira, who kicked powerfully towards the opponent's goal but found the top corner to stop him.

A very intense and lively first half thus ended at 0-1.

Davide Frattesi
Davide Frattesi scored a goal and provided an assist / Ivan Romano/GettyImages

The second half began with a substitution for the visiting team. Matteo Darmian came out and left his place to the Colombian Juan Cuadrado.

At the start, ball possession was managed with remarkable calm by Inter Milan.

Nonetheless, it was the home team that came close to shooting twice, with Reinier and Cheddira respectively, but in both cases found a solid reaction from Sommer.

Shortly afterwards it was the turn of winger Emanuele Valeri to come close to potentially equalizing with a shot that ended just wide.

There was a reaction by Inter with the crossbar hit by defender Yann Bisseck following the development of a corner from Kristjan Asllani.

In the 60th minute, Inter found the second goal with Austrian striker Marko Arnautovic who, from a favorable position, in the center of the penalty area, converted a low shot from Frattesi into a goal.

Shortly afterwards, Frattesi and Arnautovic came out and Lautaro Martinez and Davy Klaasen came on.

There were also tactical changes from the hosts.

Despite the goal conceded, Frosinone continued their offensive play but were not rewarded at all as Brescianini's shot this time went past the opposing goalkeeper but found the intervention on the goal line by Carlos Augusto who kept his team's goal clean.

In the 77th minute, the Neroazzurri scored their third goal with substitute Tajon Buchanan who advanced to the penalty area and made a precise shot towards the bottom corner.

Despite trailing, Frosinone returned to the front with a long-range shot from Francesco Gelli which went just wide.


With about ten minutes to go, the attacking duo of Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Thuram left their mark.

Both players scored, ending a balanced match with a result of 0-5 that doesn't truly tell the whole story of the game.

With this victory, Inter reached 92 points in Serie A, proving the technical and tactical power that this team has shown throughout the championship.