Lecce 1-1 Inter, all you need to know


The best facts and statistics from the Nerazzurri’s draw at the Via del Mare

MILAN - A tough day for Inter in Lecce as the hosts succeeded in holding Antonio Conte’s side to a 1-1 draw after Alessandro Bastoni had opened the scoring. Here are all the statistics from the game, compiled in collaboration with Opta.

  • Alessandro Bastoni scored his first goal in an Inter shirt and his second in Serie A, having scored for Parma in May 2019. Born in ’99, Bastoni is the third youngest defender to have netted a goal in this division, behind only de Light (1999) and Kumbulla (2000).

  • Bastoni added his name to the ever-increasing list of Inter’s scorers this season, becoming the 14th Nerazzurri player to get amongst the goals in Serie A 2019/20. This is the highest figure for any side in the Italian league and the third highest in Europe’s Top 5 leagues. Only Liverpool (16) and Real Madrid (15) have had more goalscorers in their respective league campaigns.

  • Including cup competitions, 15 players have scored for Inter this season: Lukaku 18, Lautaro 15, Sensi 3, Candreva 3, Brozovic 2, Borja Valero 2, Vecino 2, Barella 2, Gagliardini 2, de Vrij 1, Bastoni 1, Esposito 1, Ranocchia 1, D'Ambrosio 1, Sanchez 1.

  • Inter haven’t conceded more than one goal in a single game for their last eleven league games - eight goals conceded in total.

  • Marcelo Brozovic smashed his effort against the post in the first half. The Nerazzurri have hit the woodwork eight times in the league this season, five of these coming in away games.

  • Lecce and Inter have drawn two of their last three games in Puglia, the points being shared only once in the ten games before that away to the Giallorossi in Serie A.

  • Inter failed to score in the first half, something they had achieved in all of their previous four league games.

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