Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi feels that the goal that Federico Dimarco scored against Frosinone will be watched “around the world.”

The coach reacted to the 26-year-old’s effort speaking to InterTV after the match, via FCInterNews.

Dimarco scored the opener against Frosinone this evening.

And it wasn’t just any goal from the Italian international.

Dimarco had already scored one spectacular goal this season. He found the back of the net with a brilliant volley from range in an away win against Empoli in September.

But the wingback outdid himself with his effort against Frosinone this evening.

Dimarco spotted Giallazzurri keeper Stefano Turati off his line.

And the Inter wingback floated it over the keeper’s head. It was the most audacious of efforts from just beyond the halfway line, and it came off.

Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi: Dimarco Goal Vs Frosinone Will Be Watched Around The World

Inter coach Inzaghi reacted to Dimarco’s incredible strike.

“He often tries these kinds of strikes in training,” he noted of the 26-year-old.

“He has great technical quality, an incredible long-range goal on him.”

“His goal will rightly be watched all over the world,” the Nerazzurri coach said of Dimarco’s effort.

Of the Nerazzurri getting their eighth Serie A clean sheet of the season, Inzaghi said that “The credit doesn’t just go to the defense and the goalkeeper. It has to go to the entire team.”

And of the Derby d’Italia match against Juventus after the break, Inzaghi said that “It’s an important match. We all know how important it is.”

The Nerazzurri coach observed that “All the teams in the top six will meet after the break. It will be a very important round of fixtures.”

It’s not just Inter and Juventus. AC Milan also face Fiorentina, whilst Napoli and Atalanta also meet in the first match back from the international break.