Italian journalist Stefano De Grandis has given a glowing review of new Inter signing Joaquin Correa’s debut for the Nerazzurri against Hellas Verona.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, the journalist gave the Argentine’s performance, in which he came off the bench and scored two goals to hand the Nerazzurri all three points, a score of 8.5/10.
Correa started on the bench for the Nerazzurri just one day after his signing had been officially announced, and one day after his first training session with his new teammates.
However, the 27-year-old adapted quickly and made a dream start to life at Inter, coming on midway through the second half to score a brace which tilted the match in the Nerazzurri’s favour and gave them a 3-1 win.
The Argentine forward has already worked successfully with head coach Simone Inzaghi at Lazio, and Inter supporters will hope that their good work together can continue following with the tone set by his performance against Verona.
“One assist, two goals, he’s one you’ve never seen before,” De Grandis said, “He scores a brace, one as a true center-forward and then one from outside the box with his left foot.”
“It’s the debut that anyone dreams of. Inter have found their wild card, and he has too with this match. Motivations matter a lot.”