Genoa coach Alberto Gilardino feels that Inter Milan have been in “a league of their own” apart from the rest of Serie A this season.

The coach spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN prior to yesterday’s match against AC Milan, via FCInter1908. He compared the Nerazzurri’s season to that of their city rivals the Rossoneri.

Genoa and Milan played out a thrilling 3-3 draw yesterday evening at the San Siro.

The result truthfully did not have that much of an effect on either team’s season.

Genoa have already mathematically secured Serie A safety. And Milan have already all but sewn up their spot in the top four of the table.

On the other hand, though, the Rossoneri have been out of the title race for months.

It was in the derby against their city rivals that Inter actually clinched the title. But it had been clear long before then who would be lifting the title.

Gilardino: “Inter In A League Of Their Own In Serie A”

Inter’s lead at the top of the table remains eighteen points even after they lost against Sassuolo earlier in the weekend.

That is a testament to the fact that the Nerazzurri had well and truly taken flight from the rest of the chasing pack over the course of the season.

Inter have lost just two matches – both against their “bogey team” Sassuolo.

Then, the Nerazzurri have drawn a total of five matches in the league. One of these draws came against Gilardino’s Genoa team.

Otherwise, it has been absolutely relentless from Inter in terms of winning their matches in the league.

Gilardino called Milan “A strong team, with a lot of quality.”

“Despite the season that Inter have been having, they’ve been in a league of their own, Milan also have great numbers,” added the Genoa coach.