There were no refereeing controversies or incorrect decisions in Inter Milan’s Serie A win over Salernitana.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

The attention yesterday was hardly on the refereeing crew.

But in this case, that was certainly a good thing.

Refereeing has been a matter that has come under the microscope in Italian football in recent weeks.

And matches involving Inter have particularly seen controversies emerge.

That was the case right at the start of this year. The Nerazzurri’s late winner against Hellas Verona, seemingly scored after a foul in the buildup, set off a firestorm.

As such, a straightforward win where the referees simply handled the match without problems was welcome for Inter.

All Decisions Correct In Inter Serie A Win Vs Salernitana, Italian Media Argue

Inter wanted a penalty early on in the match. The Nerazzurri players appealed due to what they viewed as a handball by Granata defender Triantafyllos Pasalidis.

But referee Marco Piccinini did not see the incident as a penalty.

And in the view of the Corriere, that was the right decision. There was little that the 27-year-old Greek defender, who arrived at Salernitana last month, could have done to avoid the contact.

Then there was a potential foul by another January arrival in defense, former Bayern Munich and Manchester City defender Jerome Boateng, on Inter striker Marcus Thuram.

But Piccinini also dismissed that as nothing more than a 50/50 contact. And once again, the Corriere endorse that decision.

As far as all four of Inter’s goals, the Corriere see it as correct to allow them to stand.

The disallowing of an effort by Marko Arnautovic in the second half was once again correct.

And finally, Piccinini only had to go to his pocket once. Salernitana striker Loum Tchaouna went into the book for a late tackle on Kristjan Asllani. This, too, was a correct decision in the view of the Corriere.