Inter wingback Matteo Darmian and striker Lautaro Martinez were the Nerazzurri’s best players during yesterday’s 2-2 draw against Monza in Serie A.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Corriere della Sera, the tow goalscorers were the pick of the bunch in an otherwise disappointing evening for Inter at the U-Power Stadium.
Darmian put the Nerazzurri ahead with a well-taken goal at the back post early in the first half and was awarded a 7 in the newspaper’s player ratings.
Striker Martinez was given the same score after he netted in the second half, with the Argentina international pouncing on a Pablo Mari error to score in his first start since winning the 2022 World Cup last month.
Goalkeeper Andre Onana, defender Milan Skriniar, and midfielders Federico Dimarco and Nicolo Barella were all awarded a 6.5.
Meanwhile, Alessandro Bastoni joined Hakan Calhanoglu, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Edin Dzeko in being rated at 6, but Francesco Acerbi, Kristjan Asllani, Roberto Gagliardini, and coach Simone Inzaghi only earned a 5.5.
The worst players on the pitch were deemed to be wingback Denzel Dumfries and striker Romelu Lukaku, as they each recorded a 5.