Inter were made to work for their 2-1 win over Hellas Verona at the Stadio Bentegodi on Monday night, with Ivan Perisic proving to be the match winner. The last time Inter lost against Verona in a Serie A fixture was in February 1992, since then the Nerazzurri have won 11 times and drawn three times. That stat didn’t change as Borja Valero put the Nerazzurri ahead with his first goal of the season 36 minutes in.
Mauro Icardi was the hero once again for Inter, as his hat-trick ensured the Nerazzurri were victorious 3-2 in the Derby della Madonnina against AC Milan. It looked as if, for the first time since 1937, the Milan Derby would end in a draw on three consecutive occasions, but the Inter captain bagged a last minute penalty to make sure of the win. Inter went ahead twice as Icardi scored a goal midway through each half, but a sensational Suso strike then a Samir Handanovic own goal levelled the match.
Fresh from underwhelming displays against Macedonia and Albania, plus a growing chorus of fans calling for the head of Gian Piero Ventura, Dov Schiavone sits down with the London Evening Standard’s Tom Collomosse to talk everything Azzurri. On the agenda is the recent games, the performance of Ventura and his future at the helm of Italy, the players and how Italy can improve assuming they make it to the 2018 World Cup.
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