Christian Eriksen became one of the players who made his debut at the Derby Della Madonnina last weekend. Despite not playing fully in the match, the performance of the Danish players has impressed a number of parties including former club president, Massimo Moratti.
Inter Milan versus AC Milan or known by the term Derby Della Madonnina coloring the 23rd Italian Serie A giornata last weekend. The match was no doubt the first derby for a number of new players both sides, including midfielder Christian Eriksen.
The Danish national team player was bought by Inter Milan from Tottenham Hotspur in the winter transfer window last January. Eriksen himself did not start in the match against Milan at the Giuseppe Meazza. The Danish midfielder was only played in the second half by Antonio Conte.
The former Ajax Amsterdam player was only included in the 72nd minute, replacing Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez. Despite not playing for the full 90 minutes and not scoring, Eriksen’s debut at the Milan Derby impressed many.
In fact, former Club President Massimo Moratti also praised the player’s performance in the match.
He impressed me despite having a little time on the field yesterday. He is a great champion and his free kick that hit the crossbar is very good. I have a lot of curiosity about him. “Moratti said as quoted by Inter Semper.
Meanwhile, Inter Milan itself managed to win with a score of 4-2 in the match. You could say the victory was achieved in a quite dramatic way.
How come? Antonio Conte’s men were left behind two goals after Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic alternately break down Samir Handanovic’s goal.
However, La Beneamata managed to rise in the second half. They were able to score four goals against Milan who were escorted by Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Marcelo Brozovic, Matias Vecino, Stefan de Vrij and Romelu Lukaku listed their names on the scoreboard for Inter.
Thanks to this, the Nerazzurri are now on the throne of the Italian Serie A standings, replacing the previously defeated Juventus at Hellas Verona headquarters.