Former Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo lauds Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta for his instrumental role in the team’s triumph.

The Nerazzurri enjoyed a historic week, beginning on Monday with their triumph in the Derby della Madonnina. They beat their crosstown rivals AC Milan by two goals to one to mathematically secure the Scudetto title.

This was the club’s 20th league title, therefore, they managed to celebrate their second star in front of their defeated rivals.

Simone Inzaghi’s men have been leading the Serie A table from the get-go, so they were deemed to be the favorites to clinch the trophy since the early going on the odds of all betting accounts, including 1Win Zambia, but many were left surprised by the way they managed to rout the competition, especially in the second half of the season.

While Juventus were able to maintain pace with Inter until January, a mid-season collapse ended their title hopes. From then on, the Nerazzurri had a clear path towards the finish line.

But with the trophy in the bag, Inzaghi’s team refuses to slow down. On Sunday, the Beneamata celebrated in front of their home supporters with a 2-0 win over Torino. Hakan Calhanoglu was the ultimate hero of the early kickoff, scoring a personal brace.

Marco Parolo Credits Beppe Marotta For New Inter Milan Winning Cycle

Nevertheless, Parolo opted to focus on the man behind the scenes while analyzing Inter’s golden moment.

The former Italy international hailed Marotta for kickstarting a winning cycle at Inter similar to the one he created during his time at Juventus.

“Inter have already signed two players [Zielinski and Taremi]. Last year they did the same and they knew they were selling Onana,” noted the former Italy international during his appearance on DAZN via FcInterNews.

“Marotta had opened a winning cycle at Juventus in the past. Now, he’s starting another one at Inter. The only doubt is the possible sacrifice of a big player.”

Marotta served as Juventus general manager between 2010 and 2018. He was the architect behind the Bianconeri team that dominated the Italian landscape for nine years in a row.

After ending his stint in Turin due to disagreements over the club’s strategy, he made the switch to the Nerazzurri.

Since then, he helped reestablish Inter as the main powerhouse in Italian football. He has thus far won two league titles, two Coppa Italia trophies and three Italian Super Cups during his time at Appiano Gentile.