Inter Milan beat Hellas Verona 6-0 away on Match Day 33 of the 2022/2023 Serie A season, after a seven minute goal explosion and a goal of the season contender from Hakan Calhanoglu, and another brilliant attacking display, which is reflected in the Inter Milan player ratings.

The Nerazzurri started the match composed, cool, calm as they patiently worked the ball around the team without creating anything really dangerous.

In fact the first dangerous chance of the game came from the home-team but after that Inter dominated completely creating six dangerous chances, scoring three and had it not been for Montipó at least two more would have too.

First, Adolfo Gaich unluckily headed a Federico Dimarco cross into his own net in the 31 st minute before Hakan Calhanoglu scored a thunderbolt from what looked like 35 meters out in the 36th minute to double Inter’s lead.

Some two minutes later Lautaro Martinez played through Edin Dzeko who scored his first Serie A goal since the January 4th 1-0 win against Napoli.

In the second half, the Nerazzurri started where they left off when Lautaro Martinez scored his 18th Serie A goal of the season in the 55th minute to make it 4-0.

Some six minutes, Edin Dzeko bagged his brace when calmly placing in Inter’s 5th of the day after Francesco Acerbi got noted down for an assist.

In added time substitute Raoul Bellanova headed the ball down for Man of The Match Lautaro Martinez for his second of the day, and game, set, match Inter 6-0.

Inter Milan Player Ratings Vs Hellas Verona

Samir Handanovic (C) – 6,5: Barely had anything to do in this game, what little he had to do he did without much fuss in the first half but was a spectator for most of the second half.

Danilo D’Ambrosio – 6: Decent to OK outing by the veteran defender. Did what he needed to do defensively but above all looked to help out in attack, especially in first half without much luck.

Stefan de Vrij – 7: Looked like the De Vrij of yesteryear with his wonderfully elegant passes from behind but then at times he reminded us that defensively he no longer is what he once was.

Francesco Acerbi – 7: Together with D’Ambrosio Inter’s worst player in the first half but raised his concentration in the second half getting noted down for an assist for Dzeko’s second goal.

Denzel Dumfries – 6,5: Overall a good performance for the Dutchman without really making his presence known or felt in either phase but equally didn’t make any noticeable mistakes either.

Hakan Calhanoglu – 8: Scored a candidate for goals of the season with an absolute thunderbolt that seemed to come from nowhere. Outstanding overall and looks as good as he’s been all season.

Marcelo Brozovic – 8: Struggled a bit defensively in the opening 15 minutes but after that he was nothing more than simply sensational in both phases showing his class.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan – 7: So calm and composed in midfield when in possession, always offering a passing option. A bit less involved in the attack phase but making up for it with good defensive contributions.

Federico Dimarco – 6,5: Good performance by the wingback against his former paymasters where he overlapped down the left flank but also switched down the right when crossing with his left foot.

Lautaro Martinez – 9 (MOTM): Looks physically in better shape than probably all season and mentally seems in complete balance. Scored a brace and assisted Dzeko for his first since January.

Edin Dzeko – 8,5: Hadn’t scored since January in Serie A or at all for Inter since the Supercoppa win over AC Milan. Tonight, he looked like the vintage striker he once was that couldn’t stop scoring, bagging a brace.


Raoul Bellanova – 6,5Replaced Federico Dimarco in the 57th minute and showed how lightning quick he can be in both phases. Got an assist for Lautaro’s second goal.

Matteo Darmian – 6,5: Came on for Danilo D’Ambrosio in the 57th minute and provided just the kind of performance he usually does: calm and experience.

Roberto Gagliardini – 6: Substituted on in the 65th minute for Henrikh Mkhitaryan when the game was over and did what he needed to do to shore up defensively without much fuss.

Mattia Zanotti – 6: Brought on in the 65th minute for Denzel Dumfries and almost immediately got himself noted down for an assist but his pass for Dzeko was blocked. 

Kristjan Asllani – 6: Replaced Marcelo Brozovic in the 78th minute and showed glimpses of why Inter believe in him as much as they do without really impressing.


Simone Inzaghi – 8: Raised eyebrows with defensive selections but shut his critics up after getting every single thing right from game-plan, substitutions to in-game management.


Daniele Orsato – 5,5: Didn’t make any major mistakes but as is usual with him makes lots of small ones which has one scratching one’s head wondering how he is a professional referee.

Team Performance

Inter – 8: Gave the kind of performance after impressive Lazio win that has been lacking all season, giving consistency to the performances as well as results.

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