Davide Frattesi has been named as Inter Milan’s outstanding player in their Serie A win away to Udinese yesterday evening.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, name the 24-year-old as man of the match. Meanwhile, Yann Sommer and Denzel Dumfries face criticism for their role in the goal Inter conceded.

Frattesi has certainly made a habit of scoring goals from the bench this season.

The Italian international may not start all that often for Inter. But he is a frequent impact substitute – and when he gets opportunities, he tends to make the most out of them.

Frattesi had already scored one stoppage time winner this season.

That came in Inter’s win over Hellas Verona at the start of January.

And once again, the former Sassuolo midfielder has found the back of the net at the most vital of moments, completing the comeback against Udinese.

Davide Frattesi MOTM For Inter Vs Udinese – Sommer & Dumfries Culpable For Goal

Frattesi’s performance was more than just his goal, however.

The 24-year-old gave the Inter midfield a bit of a different quality compared to the tidier, more technically skilful Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Whilst the Nerazzurri had been moving the ball around smoothly prior to Frattesi’s arrival, the Italian international gave the midfield a bit more thrust.

Whenever he’d get the chance, Frattesi would attempt to drive into space. Either with a bursting run forward, or by initiating a give-and-go with a teammate.

This was certainly not what a tiring Udinese backline would have wanted thrown at them.

And in the end, it proved decisive.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Sommer and wingback Dumfries are criticized by the Gazzetta for their role in Udinese’s opener.

There did not look to be much danger with Lazar Samardzic’s shot.

But both Dumfries and Sommer seemed to make a motion towards the ball. The pair got in each other’s way in the end, allowing the ball to roll over the line.