Final score

24 November 2018 20:30

Inter
37' (2nd half) Balde
13' (2nd half) Martínez
10' Balde
3 - 0
Frosinone
referee Luca Pairetto / linesmen Di Vuolo, Rocca / 4th man Ghersini / assistants Mariani, Longo
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46' The first half comes to an end at the Meazza. The Nerazzurri lead against Frosinone thanks to Keita's first Inter goal
46' Great volley from Nainggolan at the edge of the area but it just misses the target
45' One minute of stoppage time
44' Politano is fouled and Cassata is the third Frosinone player to go into the book
42' First-time strike from Skriniar off a Borja Valero free kick. Sportiello gets down to his left to make the save
40' Two fouls from Beghetto, first on Lautaro and he then brings Politano. The referee inevitably shows a yellow card
36' Great work Politano and Keita, the latter almost picks out Lautaro Martinez in the middle but the cross was just too high for El Toro
32' Chibsah fires from the edge of the box but it's easy for Handanovic to claim
30' Big chance for Gagliardini to extend the lead after being set up brilliantly by Lautaro but Sportiello comes off his line and closes the angle
25' A weak header from Ciofani goes out
23' Extraordinary save from Sportiello to keep out a Lautaro Martinez long shot!
19' Inter continue to control the game while Frosinone sit back in their own half
14' Asamoah is booked following a foul on Zampano
10' GOAALLLLL! GOAAAAAAALLL!! Lautaro Martinez with a flick for Keita who beats Zampano before firing in a low shot!
9' Chance for Inter as Politano picks out Lautaro but he can't keep the header on target
8' Good play from Keita but Sportiello saves at the near post
7' Borja Valero with the cross to the head of Lautaro Martinez who can't keep it on target
7' Crisetig is shown a yellow card for a professional foul to stop Politano on the break
4' Politano lays it off for Nainggolan who fires off a powerful but inaccurate right-foot effort
3' Asamoah picks out the head of D'Ambrosio but Sportiello responds to make the save
2' Asamoah looks to cross for Lautaro Martinez straight away but Sportiello claims
1' Inter vs. Frosinone has started with the visitors kicking off. FORZA INTER!
1' The teams make their way onto the pitch at the Meazza
1' Following the final international break of 2018, Luciano Spalletti's Inter side are back against Frosinone on matchday 13 of Serie A
Minutes Text commentary
48' It's over. Luciano Spalletti's Inter pick up a ninth league win, beating Frosinone 3-0 thanks to a Keita brace and Lautaro Martinez's goal
47' Asamoah fires over from distance
45' Three minutes of stoppage time
43' Great ball from Borja Valero to Candreva but he misses with the header from close range
40' Candreva goes close but can only find the side-netting!
38' Final change from Spalletti. San Siro rises to its feet to applaud Politano. Candreva comes on
37' GOAL! Keita again! Politano with the assistant and the no.11 makes no mistake alone in front of Sportiello! 3-0
36' Handanovic saves from Gori outside the box
35' Gagliardini to Icardi, he's blocked for a corner
33' Icardi lays it off for Keita but Sportiello saves the shot
32' Second Inter change. Lautaro Martinez is given a standing ovation and the skipper Mauro Icardi comes on. Frosinone bring Campbell on for Pinamonti who is also applauded by the San Siro crowd
31' Joao Mario looks to slide it in for Lautaro Martinez but Sportiello comes and gets it
28' Joao Mario with a shot from outside the box straight after coming on but it goes off target
27' Each side makes a change. Nainggolan goes off for Joao Mario. Frosinone bring Beghetto off for Ghiglione
26' Great stop by Sportiello after some brilliant individual play from Politano. Corner!
23' Nainggolan creates a chance for Lautaro Martinez to make it 3-0 but Sportiello saves down low with his feet
22' Gagliardini tries his luck from ranger but Sportiello saves down the middle
18' Lautaro almost curls one into the top corner
13' GOAL! GOAAAAL! EL TOROOOOO! Keita with the cross and a magnificent header from Lautaro Martinez across goal to score his second Inter goal. 2-0!
11' First change from Longo who brings Gori on for Cassata who was running the risk of picking up a second booking
8' Great reflexes from Handanovic to save from a Ciofani header
7' The Nerazzurri continue to look for a second but Sportiello intercepts a Nainggolan cross
5' Gagliardini plays in a dangerous ball after being set up by Borja Valero, Frosinone put it out for a corner
4' Politano doesn't miss by much from some way out
3' Keita whips in a cross for Lautaro at the far post but he just can't get there
1' The actions restarts at San Siro with no changes for either team

Handanovic
7.33
7.33
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Icardi
6.27
6.27
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D'Ambrosio
6.36
6.36
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Candreva
5.59
5.59
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Joao Mario
6.19
6.19
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Gagliardini
6.12
6.12
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Skriniar
7.18
7.18
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Valero
6.88
6.88
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Nainggolan
5.65
5.65
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Politano
7.93
7.93
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Martínez
7.6
7.6
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Asamoah
6.49
6.49
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de Vrij
6.9
6.9
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Balde
8.26
8.26
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13 shots on target 4
12 shots off target 1
11 fouls committed 11
11 corners 0
0 offsides 1
72% ball possession 28%

Inter have won both of their Serie A games against Frosinone, scoring five goals and conceding none.

The last time Inter won at least five home consecutive matches in Serie A was back in October 2017 (currently on four wins in a row in San Siro).

Frosinone have won only one league match this season (3-0 against SPAL away from home). However, they are unbeaten in their last four games (W1 D3), their longest streak without a defeat in Serie A.

Frosinone are the only team to have not conceded a headed goal in Serie A this season, while Inter have scored a league-high five.

No team have scored more goals than Inter (9) in the last 15 minutes of games in Serie A this season, while no team has conceded more in this time than Frosinone (7).

Inter have won possession in the attacking third more often than any other Serie A side this season (72), while Frosinone have done so the fewest (23).

Inter defender Milan Skriniar has blocked 14 shots, the most in Serie A this season.

Mauro Icardi has scored in his last five league games – the last Inter player to score in at least six consecutive Serie A matches was Julio Cruz in 2007 (seven games).

Frosinone striker Andrea Pinamonti is averaging a goal every 54 minutes this season, the best ratio in Serie A (minimum 2 goals).

 

wins(2) draws(0) defeats(0)

MILAN - Inter hit their stride on their return after the international break. Luciano Spalletti’s side bounced back following the defeat in Bergamo two weeks ago, putting three past Frosinone in front of 63,645 fans at the Stadio Meazza. Keita scored two and El Toro Lautaro Martinez got one. The result sees Inter move up to 28 points after 13 games.

Inter set the pace early. In the third minute, D’Ambrosio got his head to an Asamoah cross, forcing Sportiello into his first save of the evening. Five minutes later, Keita forced the goalkeeper into another save with a shot to the near post. Then, Lautaro was unable to find the target from a good position after a delicate Politano cross. It took just ten minutes for the Nerazzurri to break the deadlock. El Toro played a backheel to Keita who got away from Zampano and struck beyond Sportiello with a perfect low shot to register his first goal in an Inter shirt. In the 23rd minute, Lautaro forced Sportiello into a save with a shot from outside the box. Frosinone got up the pitch in the 31st minute but Chibsah’s shot caused no real issues for Handanovic. Inter went on the attack again. In the 36th minute, the Argentine just couldn’t get on the end of a teasing Keita cross while in the 41st minute, Sportiello got down low to save Skriniar’s volley from a Borja Valero free kick. The final chance of the half fell for Nainggolan who let fly with a spectacular volley but it was just off target. The sides went back to the changing rooms with the Nerazzurri a goal up.

The second half began with Inter pushing for a second. In the 48th minute, Politano fired just wide with a powerful left-foot strike. Frosinone went close in the 53rd minute when Ciofani got to Beghetto’s cross ahead of De Vrij but Handanovic was alert to make the save with his feet. Inter found the second goal in the 57th minute. Keita played the cross for Lautaro who leapt highest to claim his second goal at San Siro. Frosinone looked to respond with a Chibsah effort from the edge of the box but it was comfortable for Handanovic. After that, it was all Inter. In five minutes, Sportiello made two saves from Lautaro and one from Politano. Spalletti then brought Joao Mario and Icardi on for Nainggolan and Lautaro. In the 82nd minute, Politano slid the ball through for Keita who made no mistake when clean through on goal. After getting the assist, Politano went off to a standing ovation and Candreva came on. Just before the 90th minute, the substitute Candreva just missed a header from a Borja Valero cross.

Attention now turns straight to the upcoming matches with trips to Tottenham Hotspur, Roma and Juventus, meaning Inter will have to be at their best. #ForzaInter!

INTER 3-0 FROSINONE

Goals: 10' Keita (I), 57' Lautaro (I), 82' Keita (I)

INTER: 1 Handanovic; 33 D'Ambrosio, 6 De Vrij, 37 Skriniar, 18 Asamoah; 5 Gagliardini, 20 B. Valero; 16 Politano (83' 87 Candreva), 14 Nainggolan (71'15 J. Mario), 11 Keita; 10 Lautaro (77' 9 Icardi)

Bench: 27 Padelli, 8 Vecino, 13 Ranocchia, 23 Miranda, 44 Perisic

Coach: Luciano Spalletti

 

FROSINONE: 57 Sportiello; 6 Goldaniga, 15 Ariaudo, 25 Capuano; 17 Zampano, 66 Chibsah, 24 Cassata (55' 5 Gori), 88 Crisetig, 33 Beghetto (72' 2 Ghiglione); 9 Ciofani, 89 Pinamonti (77' 29 Campbell)

Bench: 22 Bardi, 3 Molinaro, 4 Vloet, 8 Maiello, 11 Perica, 23 Brighenti, 27 Salamon, 31 Besea, 32 Krajnc

Coach: Moreno Longo

 

Bookings: Crisetig (F), Asamoah (I), Beghetto (F), Cassata (F)

Stoppage Time: 1' + 3'

 

Referee: Pairetto

Assistants: Di Vuolo, Rocca

Fourth Official: Ghersini

VAR Operators: Mariani, Longo

 

starting lineups

Handanovic 1 57 Sportiello
D'Ambrosio 33 6 Goldaniga
de Vrij 6 15 Ariaudo
Skriniar 37 25 Capuano
Asamoah 18 17 Zampano
Valero 20 66 Chibsah
Gagliardini 5 24 Cassata
Politano 16 88 Crisetig
Nainggolan 14 33 Beghetto
Balde 11 9 Ciofani
Martínez 10 89 Pinamonti

substitutes

Padelli 27 22 Bardi
Vecino 8 2 Ghiglione
Icardi 9 3 Molinaro
Ranocchia 13 4 Vloet
Joao Mario 15 5 Gori
Miranda 23 8 Maiello
Perisic 44 11 Perica
Candreva 87 23 Brighenti
27 Salamon
29 Campbell
31 Besea
32 Kranjc

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