Serie A Week 27: Result INTER 2 – 1 GENOA, Monday 4 March 2024 Anna Italia
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62% Ball Possession INTER and 38% Ball Possession GENOA
    Inter 2 – 1  Genoa   
30′ Kristjan Asllani                   54′ Johan Vásquez
38′ Alexis Sánchez (Pen)
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Genoa, 12th position with 33 points and a negative goal difference of -3
Inter, 1st position with 69 points and a positive goal difference of +55

Inter with a one-way race for the Scudetto win the Serie A Week 27 game against Genoa at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy. Inter therefore took advantage of Juventus’ fall in Naples and further pulled ahead of their pursuers, moving up to +15 and getting closer to the 20th Scudetto in their history. An excellent Genoa is not enough: Gilardino’s team remains in 12th position with 33 points.

The Nerazzurri are experiencing a golden period and come into today’s match with a series of ten consecutive victories in the league. The last draw dates back to the first leg match against Genoa, with the result 1-1 on 29 December. Inzaghi finds important players such as Acerbi and Thuram among his squad, plus Frattesi who was in doubt until a few days ago. Still in the pits, however, Calhanoglu.

Kristjan Asllani took the lead in the 30th minute. Asllani defeated Genoa goalkeeper with a right-footed shot to the high center. The assist is by Alexis Sánchez. A memorable goal for Asllani scoring his first goal for Inter. Way to go.



Inter got a penalty in the 38th minute. Alexis Sánchez defeated Genoa goalkeeper Josep Martínez by converting the penalty with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The penalty was conceded by Morten Frendrup after a foul in the penalty area on Nicolò Barella.



Genoa shortened the distance in the 54th minute. Johan Vásquez defeated Inter goalkeeper Yann Sommer with a left-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Stats before the game: Inter have remained unbeaten in their last nine matches against Genoa in Serie A (7W, 2D), conceding just one goal in the period – Grifone’s last success against the Nerazzurri in the league dates back to 17 February 2018 (2-0 in Ferraris). Inter and Genoa both drew their last two championship matches, only once in Serie A have the two teams recorded more draws in a row: three between 1978 and 1982 (Eugenio Bersellini was the Nerazzurri coach while Luigi Simoni was the Grifone technician). Inter have won all of their last nine home games against Genoa in the league, among the teams currently in Serie A only against Fiorentina (12 between 2001 and 2013) and Lecce (10 between 2001 and 2023) have they achieved one longest domestic streak. In the event of success against Genoa, the Nerazzurri will have gained 72 points in 27 matches, exactly as many as they had obtained in the entire last Serie A season (72, but in 38 matchdays). Furthermore, Inter could win nine matches in a row in Serie A for the first time with Simone Inzaghi at the helm, the last time in fact dates back to the period between January and April 2021 (11 in that case with Antonio Conte). Genoa have remained unbeaten in 10 of their last 11 league matches (W4, D6); since mid-December 2023, in fact, only Inter have not lost any of the matches played in Serie A (11 matches – 10W, 1N).

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Inter 2 – 1 Genoa
Monday 4 March 2024
Giuseppe MeazzanStadium
Milan, Italy


Referee: AYROLDI
Fourth Official: GIUA

⚽️ Goals: 30′ Kristjan Asllani (I), 38′ Alexis Sánchez (I)(Pen), 54′ Johan Vásquez (G)

🟨 Booked:

Official Lineups – Formations – Tabellino:

👉Lineup INTER (3-5-2):  1 Sommer; 28 Pavard (31 Bisseck 74′), 6 De Vrij, 30 Carlos Augusto; 2 Dumfries (36 Darmian 46′), 23 Barella, 21 Asllani, 22 Mkhitaryan, 32 Dimarco (15 Acerbi 65′); 70 Sanchez (9 Thuram 65′), 10 Lautaro (8 Arnautovic 76′).

Subs: 12 Di Gennaro, 77 Audero, 14 Klaassen, 16 Frattesi, 17 Buchanan, 41 Akinsanmiro, 50 Stankovic.

 Coach: Simone Inzaghi.

👉Lineup GENOA (3-5-2): 1 Martinez; 4 De Winter, 13 Bani, 22 Vasquez; 20 Sabelli (18 Ekuban 88′), 10 Messias (9 Vitinha 63′), 47 Badelj, 32 Frendrup (8 Strootman 46′), 3 Martin (90 Spence 63′); 11 Gudmundsson, 19 Retegui.

Subs: 16 Leali, 39 Sommariva, 2 Thorsby, 5 Bohinen, 14 Vogliacco, 17 Malinovskyi, 23 Cittadini, 53 Pittino.

Coach: Alberto Gilardino.