Inter Milan-Owned Striker Samuele Mulattieri Scores Brace In Italy U21 Win Over Serbia, Italian Media Report
Inter-owned striker Samuele Mulattieri bagged a brace in the Italian Under-21 national team’s 2-0 victory over their Serbia counterparts today.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the 22-year-old got both of the Azzurri’s goals, whilst the likes of Nerazzurri wingback Raoul Bellanova and on-loan duo Loreno Pirola and Giovanni Fabbian were unused substitutes.
Mulattieri has been in excellent form at club level, as his goals and holdup play have been helping Frosinone in their charge towards promotion to Serie A from the second division.
The Nerazzurri-owned striker, who has also spent time on loan with the likes of Volendam and Crotone, transferred that form to international level as he bagged a brace for the Azzurri against Serbia.
Meanwhile, for Serbia, Inter-owned goalkeeper Filip Stankovic was in the starting eleven.
The 21-year-old, who followed in the footsteps of Mulattieri to join Volendam on loan and is the son of legendary former Inter midfielder Dejan Stankovic, is currently on loan with the Dutch club.