Adriano Boin Date: 6th December 2020 at 4:31am
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made short work of by claiming a 3-1 victory on Saturday with the star of the show.

The Moroccan netted two goals and dominated proceedings on the right flank as his pace and acceleration caused his markers constant fits.

added the third while Skriniar was a rock in defence as the Slovakian looks like he’s back to his best.

Energetic and always in the middle of proceedings. In the first half there were opportunities for him to fire on goal but he opted not to.

N/A – Came on in the 71st minute.

Looks like a seasoned veteran that’s started for countless years. Lost a challenge that led to Bologna’s goal but overall he was a rock in the back.

His passing was more reminiscent of a quarterback than a midfielder, which was key in Inter’s second goal. Looks like a reborn player in recent weeks.

N/A – Came on in the 71st minute.

Tasked with marking Palacio, he did his job with confidence.

N/A – Came on in the 91st minute.

Did the dirty work that is needed to keep balance in the middle of the park. Came close to opening the scoring but it didn’t pan out.

Unstoppable. He was a train on the right flank, the likes of which hasn’t seen since Maicon. Showed a killer instinct in front of goal too by finding the back of the net twice. 

Did nothing of note in the first half. tried to test him from distance but rarely did so.

N/A – Came on in the 71st minute.

Fluffed his first shot but still managed to hit the back of the net on the rebound. Should have scored a second soon after but couldn’t get enough power behind his right foot.

Looks much improved in defence, and while he wasn’t as influential in attack, he looks more involved in the cause.

Inter’s best defender on the night. created little of note when pushing down his flank. 

An improved performance compared to his recent outings. Looked more energetic and focused. His pass opened the play that led to Hakimi’s second strike.