INTER STATS | No goals after scoring in 39 consecutive matches, plus achievements by Bastoni, Handanovic and D'Ambrosio

INTER STATS | NO GOALS AFTER SCORING IN 39 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES, PLUS ACHIEVEMENTS BY BASTONI, HANDANOVIC AND D'AMBROSIO

Stats and interesting facts after the draw in Bergamo

Inter's run of scoring in consecutive Serie A games has comes to an end in Bergamo. The last goalless result was against Udinese in a 0-0 draw in Udine on the 23rd of January 2021. Since then, the Nerazzurri always managed to score at least one goal for 39 consecutive games. The 0-0 draw against Atalanta came in a match in which the two strongest attacks in Serie A faced each other.

A really ‘remarkable statistic: Atalanta have failed to score in two of their last three Serie A matches (0-0 on both occasions), as many times as in their previous 30 matches in the league.

While there were no goals, Inter do deserve credit for keeping a clean sheet away for the fifth consecutive game. This is a first-time record for the team since the introduction of the three-points-per-game system. Much of the credit goes to Samir Handanovic, who reached the milestone of 350 Serie A games with Inter. It was the Nerazzurri goalkeeper's 150th clean sheet with Inter in all competitions.

BASTONI 100, D'AMBROSIO 200

Alessandro Bastoni played his 100th game in an Inter shirt in all competitions against his former team. Danilo D'Ambrosio also reached the milestone of 200 matches in Serie A with the Nerazzurri.

BALL POSSESSION

Atalanta ended the match with an average ball possession of 36%, their lowest a Serie A game since January 2018, when they scored 33% in a match against Roma. A figure that tells the story of the match at the Gewiss Stadium, in which Inter were in control of the ball for a long time, with the hosts pressing high.

Inter's possession, especially in the first half, was played in their own half of the pitch, with Handanovic very much involved: the goalkeeper had more than 4 minutes of ball possession. At the end of the first half, 77% of Inter's successful passes were made in their own half (226 out of 292). Since Opta has been collecting this data (since 2004/2005) only against Genoa in April 2019 (228) have the Nerazzurri completed more passes in their own half in the first half in Serie A.

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