Hellas Verona defender Davide Faraoni has named his Inter debut as one of his two favourite games played in Serie A after recently hitting the 100 appearances milestone in the league.
“From the 100 games I have played, if I have to choose, I will choose two in particular. The first is my Inter debut against Cagliari in 2011 and the second, the victory against Juve at home last year,” Faraoni explained in an interview with Italian daily newspaper L’Arena, which appeared in today’s print edition.
The 29-year-old full back joined Inter at under 19 level in 2010 and spent two years with the club before being sold on to Udinese.
Faraoni has also had spells at Watford, Perugia and Crotone before he joined his current employers, initially on loan in January 2019 before making the move permanent that Summer.
The former Italian under 21 national team player made a total of 18 appearances across all competitions at first team level for Inter, in which he managed to score a single goal and provide his teammates with one assist.
This season Faraoni has made eight appearances across all competitions for Hellas Verona, in which he has tallied a single assist.