The Internazionale Milan is in the quarterfinals of the Italian Cup. This Sunday (13th) Luciano Spalletti’s team welcomed Benevento and confirmed their favoritism, beating the rival of the second division by 6-2. The Nerazzurri goals were scored by Icardi, Candreva (2), Dalbert and Lautaro Martinez (2). Roberto Insigne and Bandinelli scored for the visitors.
The match -> Internazionale did not take long to start building its classification for the quarterfinals of the Italian Cup. After three minutes, Di Chiara brought Candreva down inside the area, and the referee scored a penalty. In charge of the shot was the striker Mauro Icardi, who did not waste the opportunity to open the scorer in Giuseppe Meazza. Already at the seventh minute, it was the turn of Candreva to swing the net after Icardi shot on the post, opening an excellent lead before the first 10 minutes of the game.
From then on Inter Milan became more relaxed in the match and although they saw Benevento take dangerous chances on some occasions, they still found the third goal before going to the half time. At the 46th minute, Dalbert received a beautiful pass from Perisic and made the third goal of the home side.
In the return for the second half, Inter Milan did not slow down and needed only two minutes to score once again. Perisic again gave an assist, this time for Argentine Lautaro Martinez, who headed the Croat’s cross to beat the rival goalkeeper and turn the partial win into a massacre. The Benevento woke up only at the 58th minute, scoring their first goal with Roberto Insigne. The striker swung the net in a free kick when he surprised the goalkeeper Padelli, with a low kick.
Not satisfied with the wide advantage, Inter Milan scored once again in the 66th minute, again with Lautaro Martinez. This time, the midfielder dropped a bomb from outside the area and gave no chance for Montipo.
Before the final whistle, Benevento still managed to score another goal, at the 75th minute, when Bandinelli used a cross from the right to head in the corner of the goalkeeper. But, the one to score the last goal in the Giuseppe Meazza was Inter, who reached the sixth with Candreva, in the extra time, to qualify the team for the next round of the Italian Cup with style.
Now, Inter Milan will face Lazio, who thrashed Novara by 4-1. Fiorentina, Juventus, and Milan are also already qualified. Napoli will face Sassuolo on Sunday. Cagliari x Atalanta and Roma x Virtus Entella take place this Monday.