Famous Italian singer Roberto Vecchioni enjoyed seeing his beloved Inter Milan unlock the second star.

The Nerazzurri achieved this great feat by beating their city rivals AC Milan in the Derby della Madonnina on Monday.

Simone Inzaghi’s men prevailed by two goals to one, opening a 17-point gap on top of the Serie A table. This was mathematically sufficient to clinch the club’s 20th Scudetto title.

Therefore, Inter were able to celebrate their historic achievement in front of their defeated arch-rivals. One can say that the Beneamata truly hit the jackpot on Monday, as you can by registering on https://sizzlinghot-spot.com/darmowa-kasa-bez-depozytu/ for free.

For his part, Vecchioni was ecstatic by the club’s triumph, especially since he wasn’t expecting it to occur in the Derby.

“I admit, I didn’t think we’d win against Milan, it almost seemed too much. But luckily, I made a mistake in my prediction,” said the famous singer and songwriter in his interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInter1908.

“There are two aspects that characterize every supporter. He enjoys arriving first and also looking down on other clubs.

“This is why it is an immense pleasure, the kind that only Inter gives us. But my team is always stellar and heavenly, even when they lose.”

Vecchioni also singled out Federico Dimarco as the one player who evokes emotion due to his loyalty to the cause.

“You can feel the rush when Dimarco is darting the flank. He’s someone who would die for Inter.

“He delivers the high cross, he transmits the perfection of the final shot because he never misses a cross.”

Roberto Vecchioni Delighted By Inter Milan Second Star Achievement

The 80-year-old also heaped praise on the club’s head coach Simone Inzaghi.

“The metric, however, is always decided by the coach, and ours, Inzaghi, knows what the Greeks called ‘kairos’. It means the right, supreme, appropriate moment, the one that only enlightened men like Ulysses can grasp.

“Simone also recognizes the exact moment where he needs to act. He is the only Inter coach that I haven’t met in person just yet. But I appreciate his consistency as well as his brand of football.”

Vecchioni also recalled the Inter Milan side that won the club’s first star.

“I loved that team, the attack featured the beauty of Suarez and Mazzola. But I adored Corso, my friend until the last day.

“They trained on Wednesdays at the Arena and I went to see him. He didn’t do anything, he stood still. But when he touched the ball, it was a deluge, a marvel of sounds.”