Monza 1-5 Inter: Nerrazzuri went frenzy in Monza

Last Updated on 17/01/2024 by

Inter’s dominance in Serie A was solidified when they defeated Monza, who were in the middle of the table, in a match that was their most humiliating loss since they were promoted.

Marcus Thuram scored a fifth goal to help Inter defeat Monza in Serie A. Lautaro Martinez and Hakan Calhanoglu each scored a brace, while Marcus Thuram added a fifth goal to the score. Due to the victory, Internazionale now has a five-point lead over Juventus, who are now in second place, with AC Milan being seven points behind them respectively. Compared to its competitors for the title, the team led by Simone Inzaghi has played one extra game.

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In the first fifteen minutes of the game, they went up two goals thanks to a rampant early stretch, and in the second half, they scored three goals, which meant that all of the strikers were able to get their names on the scoresheet.

A penalty kick was granted to Inter when it was determined that Roberto Gagliardini had handled the ball while challenging Lautaro Martinez for a Nicolo Barella cross. This proved to be the game-winning goal for Inter.

From the penalty spot, Hakan Calhanoglu made no mistakes, sending the Monza goalkeeper in the wrong direction to score his eighth goal of the season in a cool and collected manner.

Inter increased their lead by a factor of two in just two minutes. During a frantic counterattack by Inter, Henrikh Mkhitaryan led the charge and found Federico Dimarco on the left side of the field. Dimarco then played the ideal low cross into the middle of the field. When it came to meeting the ball and putting it into the net, Martinez had no issue doing either.

Inter could have been expected to run rampant at that point, but instead they pulled their foot off the throttle, and Monza were looking for any opportunity to come back into the game. Monza were happy to take advantage of any opportunity that presented itself.

During the thirty minutes, they believed that they had cut the deficit in half. Matteo Pessina brilliantly headed the ball into the net after receiving a free kick from Andrea Colpani. Luca Caldirola gave the ball a nudge, and Matteo Pessina met it. As a result of the inevitable investigation into a possible offside, Pessina was found to have been an arm ahead of the opposition, much to the dismay of the home fans.

As the home team continued to apply pressure, they were able to prevent any additional goals from being scored at the wrong end of the field, so giving themselves hope of getting back into the game in the second half. This was accomplished despite the fact that Inter posed an apparent threat after the break.

The third goal that Inter scored came about as a result of their willingness to take a back seat and capitalize on opportunities to counterattack during the second quarter of the match. Mkhitaryan connected with Marcus Thuram, who then played a straightforward ball into the path of Calhanoglu, who scored his second goal of the match. Mkhitaryan’s move brought the team closer together.

After Matteo Darmian took down Dany Mota, the game appeared to be over, but Monza was granted a penalty kick. This occurred after the game appeared to be over. The spot kick that gave Monza hope was scored by Pessina, who was full of confidence.

This hope was destroyed on the 84th minute when Akpa Akpro took down Davide Frattesi inside the area, and Lautaro doubled his tally from the subsequent penalty kick.

Thuram delivered the knockout strike that sealed the deal. The Frenchman received a crossfield pass from Lautaro after he had carried the ball upfield and then released it. Thuram finished off an almost perfect evening for Inter by scoring a goal after playing with the Monza defense for a brief period of time. The goal was scored by the young Monza goalkeeper.


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