Referee Michael Fabbri had a good night in charge of Inter’s Serie A loss to Lazio yesterday despite the fixture not being an easy one for him, in the view of Italian media.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who argue that the official got all of the major decisions right in yesterday’s 3-1 loss for the Nerazzurri.

Fabbri did not award Inter a penalty for contact between Mattia Zaccagni and Denzel Dumfries due to an offside by Romelu Lukaku in the buildup to the action, whilst he did give the Lazio player a yellow card for an arm in the face of Dumfries in open play, also correctly.

Meanwhile, the official was correct to swiftly award Lautaro Martinez’s temporary equalizer for Inter as he had been kept onside by Ciro Immobile, and similarly made the right decision without much trouble by awarding the advantage and goal for Pedro’s third goal for the hosts despite a foul by Matteo Darmian in the area immediately beforehand.