Inter Milan welcomed Genoa to the Giuseppe Meazza stadium for their encounter in the Serie A matchday 24. The Italian side tutored by Antonio Conte were looking to extend their points on top of the league table.
Inter Milan took the lead very early in the match as Romelu Lukaku found the back of the net with a lovely strike to put the home side 1-0 ahead in the 1st minute. Inter Milan held on to Romelu Lukaku's early goal as they went into the halftime break being a goal better than the visitors.
Inter Milan doubled their lead in the 69th minute as Matteo Darmian found the back of Genoa's net with a deflected strike to make the scoreline 2:0 in favour of the home side.
Alexis Sanchez sealed it up for Inter Milan as he scored in the 79th minute of the game to grant the home side a full-time 3-0 victory.
Sampdoria vs Atalanta
Atalanta bounced back from their previous 1-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the UCL as they secured a vital win by defeating Sampdoria 2-0 at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. Goals from Ruslan Malinovsky and Robin Gosens were enough to secure Atalanta's 3rd straight victory in the Serie A.
The Serie A Table After Atalanta and Inter Milan Won Today.
Inter Milan remained top of the Serie A table with 56 points while Atalanta moved at the 4th position with 46 points.
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