Sassuolo 3-4 Inter, all you need to know


All the facts and statistics from the Nerazzurri’s win at the 'Mapei Stadium'

MILAN - In collaboration with Opta, here’s all you need to know about Inter’s win on matchday 8 of the league, as they brought home a 4-3 victory from Sassuolo.

  • Before Romelu Lukaku, the last Inter player to score at least four goals in their first four Serie A away games with the Nerazzurri was Diego Milito, back in November 2009.
  • Until yesterday, Inter hadn’t scored three goals in the first half of a Serie A game since May 2018 (against Udinese), that match was also played on a Sunday.
  • Inter scored four goals in yesterday’s match, this equals the total number of goals that they had scored in their previous eight Serie A matches against Sassuolo.
  • Yesterday was the third occasion on which De Zerbi’s Sassuolo scored at least three goals in a Serie A game but failed to bring home a single point (out of the nine games in which they have scored three or more goals in this competition).
  • Lautaro Martínez (1m 4s) scored Inter’s fastest goal at the start of a Serie A match since March 2018 (Icardi against Verona after 36m), this was also the fastest goal scored by any team so far this Serie A season.
  • Romelu Lukaku scored more than one goal in a game in one of Europe’s top 5 leagues for the first time since March 2019 (a brace for Manchester United against Southampton).
  • Lautaro has now scored four goals in his last three games in all competitions, just as many as in his previous 21 matches for the Nerazzurri.
  • Inter scored two penalties with two different players in the same Serie A game for their first time since May 2007 against Torino (Materazzi and Figo).
  • Both Inter and Sassuolo scored with their first shot of the match.
  • Sassuolo have now conceded the most first-half goals of any team in the current Serie A season (12).
  • Inter have won eight of their last ten Serie A games played immediately after an international break.
  • Inter started five Italian players in a Serie A match for the first time since February 2018 (against Benevento) and their youngest starting XI (an average of 26 years, 189 days) since January 2016 (against Carpi).

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