Inter Milan Coach & Argentina FIFA World Cup Champion Earn The Highest Ratings Vs Atalanta | OneFootball

Inter Milan Coach & Argentina FIFA World Cup Champion Earn The Highest Ratings Vs Atalanta | OneFootball

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·29 February 2024

Inter Milan Coach & Argentina FIFA World Cup Champion Earn The Highest Ratings Vs Atalanta

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Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi and club captain Lautaro Martinez received the highest grades for their efforts against Atalanta.

The Nerazzurri kept their perfect 2024 run intact by thrashing Gian Piero Gasperini’s side with four unanswered goals.


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Charles De Ketelaere thought he had given the visitors the lead at San Siro. However, his goal was disallowed for an attacking handball.

Instead, it was Matteo Darmian who put the home side up front. Martinez then scored a superb second goal for the Beneamata, while Federico Dimarco pounced on the rebound from the spot to make it three.

Finally, Davide Frattesi came off the bench to deliver the fourth while injuring himself in the process.

In their post-match ratings, La Gazzetta dello Sport (via FcInterNews) identified Inzaghi and Lautaro as the best of the bunch.

The manager earned a high grade of 8/10, while the captain was right behind with 7.5.

Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi & Captain Lautaro Martinez Recognized As The Best Vs Atalanta

Then we have a host of Nerazzurri stars who received a note of 7/10 for their part. This includes the other three goalscorers, namely Darmian, Dimarco and Frattesi, as well as Stefan de Vrij, Nicolo Barella and Denzel Dumfries.

For their part, Kristjan Asllani, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Alexis Sanchez and Carlos Augusto settled for 6.5/10.

Finally, Yann Sommer only received 6/10 as his contributions were hardly required. Nonetheless, the Swiss was happy to collect his 16th clean in Serie A.

Dutch international Davy Klaassen also earned a 6/10 grade. The midfielder replaced Frattesi in the 73rd minute following the latter’s injury.

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