Third in Serie A behind the duo formed by Napoli and AC Milan, Inter, who had won (2-0) with mastery against Empoli on Wednesday, dominated again against Udinese on Sunday to Giuseppe Meazza, but he lacked efficiency in front of goal for a long time.

A flash at the hour mark of Joaquin Correa unlocked the match and launched the reigning Italian champion to a success (2-0) which brought him four lengths behind the first before Salernitana-Naples (18 hours) and the shock of the day Roma-Milan (8:45 p.m.).

The Friulians, who remained on four draws in a row, first folded without breaking against the offensives of Inter, often ended by Barella, the man of the first period, upset by the excellent Silvestri, the goalkeeper of the ‘Udinese (10th, 13th, 26th).

If the Italian European champion was not paid for his efforts, Correa scored on his two shots on target, reviewing the entire defense (60th, 1-0), then resuming shortly after in the skylight a superb center set back from Dumfries (68th, 2-0).