Midfielder Davide Frattesi has won praise for his all-action performance in Inter Milan’s Serie A draw with Hellas Verona.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, highlight the 24-year-old’s performance.

Frattesi got the chance to start for Inter yesterday evening.

The former Sassuolo midfielder was part of the Nerazzurri’s starting midfield trio alongside Hakan Calhanoglu and Nicolo Barella.

And Frattesi made the most of his opportunity to impress.

The Italian international’s most eye-catching contributions came in front of goal.

Frattesi did not manage to get himself on the scoresheet. But that owed a lot to the heroics of Verona goalkeeper Simone Perilli, who produced some real heroics to keep several of Frattesi’s efforts out.

Davide Frattesi Shines For Inter Milan In Serie A Thriller Vs Hellas Verona

Frattesi showed what he has all of this season. That he is a force in and around the penalty area.

The 24-year-old had already established that in the two seasons he spent with Sassuolo.

Frattesi’s movement, timing, first touch, and knack for arriving with momentum and acceleration made him a real handful for the Gialloblu defenders.

The Italian international’s assist for Marko Arnautovic’s second goal was a perfect encapsulation of what he offers in the final third – even if he was not able to get on the scoresheet as he had done in the reverse fixture.

Meanwhile, Frattesi’s contribution wasn’t just in the final third.

The 24-year-old’s energy was key in the midfield battle.

Inter and Verona both looked to play attacking football, and the result was a match that was stretched and end-to-end at times.

And subsequently Frattesi thrived in this sort of midfield environment. His willingness to make a run or show for the ball kept Inter from getting overrun.

When Frattesi drove with the ball at his feet, it was always a constant threat.