Inter’s free-scoring recent performances have seen them break a long-standing scoring record, with the club finding the back of the net at least twice in each of their last twelve matches.
As Italian news outlet FCInterNews highlight, these goals have seen the club break a record set in 1943, when they found the back of the net twice or more in eleven successive matches.
Inter came back from a one-goal deficit to beat Sassuolo 2-1 in Emilia-Romagna over the weekend, meaning that they have scored a minimum of two goals in each of their seven Serie A matches under Simone Inzaghi.
Including the last five matches under Inzaghi’s predecessor Antonio Conte, this takes the total of matches in which the club have managed this to twelve.
The last time the club had shown this kind of consistent free-scoring form was in 1943 when they went eleven games without failing to score a minimum of two goals, but now they have eclipsed even this total with their two strikes against Sassuolo.