Inter Milan midfielder Davide Frattesi describes the club’s Scudetto celebrations as a unique lifetime experience

The Nerazzurri secured the Serie A title by beating their rivals AC Milan in a historic edition of the Derby della Madonnina.

On the following Sunday, the Nerazzurri overcame Torino at San Siro before embarking on a memorable bus parade across the city.

Frattesi believes he’s never going to experience something as magical ever again.

“I don’t think I’ll experience something like the bus parade ever again,” said the Italy international in his interview with Sky Sport Italia (via FcInterNews) while attending the Gentlman Fair Play Award.

“However, we’ll try again next season. It was truly incredible.”

The 24-year-old showed a knack for scoring decisive last-gasp winners. But he identifies the one against Hellas Verona in January as his most significant.

“My best moment of the season? I would say the goal against Verona was priceless. It was truly important

“The winner in Udine was also very significant, but there was nothing like the one against Verona.”

Inter Milan Midfielder Davide Frattesi Fondly Recalls Bus Parade

Frattesi also discussed his role in the team, explaining how he managed to be play a vital role despite his lack of time on the pitch.

“I did it with hard work and the spirit of sacrifice. Then you also need a bit of luck luck, but this applies to all fields

“Even in that short time on the pitch, I had to leave my mark.”

The Nerazzurri star also believes the tight group is the secret behind the club’s success this season.

“In my opinion, it was the group. We are a squad in harmony and when this is the case we can overcome all difficult moments.”