Inter Milan’s season has become one for the record books after their Serie A win over Juventus on Sunday evening.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, highlight some remarkable numbers associated with the Nerazzurri’s ongoing league campaign.

By beating Juventus over the weekend, Inter went four points clear at the top of the table. With a game in hand.

That may not be the most emphatic of advantages.

But it is a testament to the kind of season that the Bianconeri have been having themselves that they are even within touching distance of the Nerazzurri at this stage of the campaign.

Inter are now on 57 points after 21 matches played.

There is only one time in which the Nerazzurri have managed more points after that many matches.

In the 2006-07 season, Inter were on sixty points at this stage of the season.

Inter Having A Season For The Record Books In Serie A

And the goals scored and conceded paint a picture of just how strong and consistent the standard of performances has been from Inter.

The Nerazzurri have a goal difference of +41 after 21 matches.

That means that they outscore their opponents by nearly two goals per league match on average.

And it is nearly double the next highest positive goal difference, Juventus’s +22.

Inter have kept clean sheets in two thirds of their matches this season – fourteen. They have conceded a goal in just seven of them.

And then there is the form of Nerazzurri captain Lautaro Martinez.

Having inherited the armband from Samir Handanovic last summer, the Argentine is in the form of his life.

Martinez may not have scored on Sunday against the Bianconeri.

But he has found the back of the net nineteen times in Serie A so far this season.

That means that Martinez is very much chasing the goalscoring record of Ciro Immobile and Gonzalo Higuain.