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<p>Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter&#39;s Icardi done in silence</p>
Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter's Icardi done in silence

Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter's Icardi done in silence

Piero Ausilio was asked about Mauro Icardi&#39;s future at Inter prior to Saturday&#39;s 2-0 win over 10-man Benevento.
Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter's Icardi done in silence
Piero Ausilio was asked about Mauro Icardi's future at Inter prior to Saturday's 2-0 win over 10-man Benevento.
<p>Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter&#39;s Icardi done in silence</p>
Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter's Icardi done in silence

Ausilio: Contract talks with Inter's Icardi done in silence

<p>Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter&#39;s &#39;heart&#39; after beating Benevento</p>
Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter's 'heart' after beating Benevento

Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter's 'heart' after beating Benevento

<p>Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter&#39;s &#39;heart&#39; after beating Benevento</p>
Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter's 'heart' after beating Benevento

Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter's 'heart' after beating Benevento

Ahead of huge games against AC Milan and Napoli, Luciano Spalletti revelled in Inter&#39;s much-needed victory over Serie A&#39;s bottom club.
Main priority was to win - Spalletti praises Inter's 'heart' after beating Benevento
Ahead of huge games against AC Milan and Napoli, Luciano Spalletti revelled in Inter's much-needed victory over Serie A's bottom club.
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde celebrates after winning his fight against Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde celebrates after winning his fight against Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Tony Averlant after losing his fight against Anthony Yarde Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Tony Averlant after losing his fight against Anthony Yarde Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Bologna&#39;s Mattia Destro celebrates after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall&#39;Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Bologna's Mattia Destro celebrates after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall'Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Bologna&#39;s Blerim Dzemaili, left, is challenged by Genoa&#39;s Andrea Bertolacci during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall&#39;Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Bologna's Blerim Dzemaili, left, is challenged by Genoa's Andrea Bertolacci during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall'Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Inter Milan&#39;s Matias Vecino, right, jumps for the ball with Benevento&#39;s Massimo Coda during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Inter Milan's Matias Vecino, right, jumps for the ball with Benevento's Massimo Coda during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter Milan&#39;s Milan Skriniar, left, celebrates with his teammate Matias Vecino after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Inter Milan's Milan Skriniar, left, celebrates with his teammate Matias Vecino after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Bologna&#39;s Federico Di Francesco, right, and Genoa&#39;s Andrea Bertolacci vie for the ball during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall&#39;Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Bologna's Federico Di Francesco, right, and Genoa's Andrea Bertolacci vie for the ball during the Serie A soccer match between Bologna and Genoa at the Renato Dall'Ara Stadium in Bologna, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (Giorgio Benvenuti/ANSA via AP)
Inter Milan&#39;s Andrea Ranocchia, left, celebrates with his teammate Milan Skriniar after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Inter Milan's Andrea Ranocchia, left, celebrates with his teammate Milan Skriniar after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti looks down during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti looks down during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter Milan&#39;s Antonio Candreva reacts after missing a scoring chance during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Inter beats Benevento 2-0 despite terrible performance
Inter Milan's Antonio Candreva reacts after missing a scoring chance during the Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde in action with Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde in action with Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde in action with Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles
Boxing - Anthony Yarde vs Tony Averlant - WBO Inter-Continental & European Light-Heavyweight Titles - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, Britain - February 24, 2018 Anthony Yarde in action with Tony Averlant Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt
Jose Mourinho believes Scott McTominay’s heart will rule his head when it comes to choosing between the England and Scotland national teams in the coming weeks. New Scotland manager Alex McLeish has already declared that he wants to hold talks with the Manchester United midfielder ahead of naming his first squads for next month’s (MAR) friendlies with Hungary and Costa Rica. McTominay was born in Lancaster to a Scottish father and has the option of playing for either nation, having already asked his club manager for his opinion. “I’ve given him my advice but I think the advice of his parents is more important than mine,” said Mourinho. “His own heart is more important than my advice, because mine is purely from a career point of view. “More important than his career is his feeling, his family’s feeling and also the overall situation with him. Scott McTominay (centre) has become a key part of Jose Mourinho&#39;s team Credit: REUTERS “He’s going to have a very good career independently of his international choice – if he has the choice, because maybe Scotland or England don’t want to select him, which is also possible. The most important thing is for him to feel good with himself.” The 21 year-old has become an increasingly important part of Mourinho’s squad this season, especially in recent weeks when Paul Pogba has been left out of United’s starting line-up, although he may not add to his eight starts when Chelsea visit Old Trafford on Sunday. Mourinho’s meeting with his old club, and the inflammatory nature of his relationship with current Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, makes this one of the Premier League’s more eagerly-awaited encounters, although the United manager desperately attempted to play down the fixture, insisting the upcoming league game with Liverpool is far more meaningful. “It’s any normal game and probably playing Liverpool in a few weeks means more because for my club – and everyone knows that the most important thing is not me – to play Liverpool has a special meaning,” he said. “That’s the way I have to look at things. I don’t have any bad feeling in relation to Chelsea to say, ‘Oh, I’m going to prove this and that against my former club’. “I’m not going to prove anything. In fact, every club I left – by my decision or by the board – I have very good feelings towards them. “I’ve never played against Inter since I left, but I’ve faced Porto, Real Madrid and Chelsea, and the feeling is a good one. It’s not a special thing.”
Jose Mourinho: Scott McTominay's 'heart more important than my advice' when it comes to choice between England and Scotland
Jose Mourinho believes Scott McTominay’s heart will rule his head when it comes to choosing between the England and Scotland national teams in the coming weeks. New Scotland manager Alex McLeish has already declared that he wants to hold talks with the Manchester United midfielder ahead of naming his first squads for next month’s (MAR) friendlies with Hungary and Costa Rica. McTominay was born in Lancaster to a Scottish father and has the option of playing for either nation, having already asked his club manager for his opinion. “I’ve given him my advice but I think the advice of his parents is more important than mine,” said Mourinho. “His own heart is more important than my advice, because mine is purely from a career point of view. “More important than his career is his feeling, his family’s feeling and also the overall situation with him. Scott McTominay (centre) has become a key part of Jose Mourinho's team Credit: REUTERS “He’s going to have a very good career independently of his international choice – if he has the choice, because maybe Scotland or England don’t want to select him, which is also possible. The most important thing is for him to feel good with himself.” The 21 year-old has become an increasingly important part of Mourinho’s squad this season, especially in recent weeks when Paul Pogba has been left out of United’s starting line-up, although he may not add to his eight starts when Chelsea visit Old Trafford on Sunday. Mourinho’s meeting with his old club, and the inflammatory nature of his relationship with current Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, makes this one of the Premier League’s more eagerly-awaited encounters, although the United manager desperately attempted to play down the fixture, insisting the upcoming league game with Liverpool is far more meaningful. “It’s any normal game and probably playing Liverpool in a few weeks means more because for my club – and everyone knows that the most important thing is not me – to play Liverpool has a special meaning,” he said. “That’s the way I have to look at things. I don’t have any bad feeling in relation to Chelsea to say, ‘Oh, I’m going to prove this and that against my former club’. “I’m not going to prove anything. In fact, every club I left – by my decision or by the board – I have very good feelings towards them. “I’ve never played against Inter since I left, but I’ve faced Porto, Real Madrid and Chelsea, and the feeling is a good one. It’s not a special thing.”
Jose Mourinho believes Scott McTominay’s heart will rule his head when it comes to choosing between the England and Scotland national teams in the coming weeks. New Scotland manager Alex McLeish has already declared that he wants to hold talks with the Manchester United midfielder ahead of naming his first squads for next month’s (MAR) friendlies with Hungary and Costa Rica. McTominay was born in Lancaster to a Scottish father and has the option of playing for either nation, having already asked his club manager for his opinion. “I’ve given him my advice but I think the advice of his parents is more important than mine,” said Mourinho. “His own heart is more important than my advice, because mine is purely from a career point of view. “More important than his career is his feeling, his family’s feeling and also the overall situation with him. Scott McTominay (centre) has become a key part of Jose Mourinho&#39;s team Credit: REUTERS “He’s going to have a very good career independently of his international choice – if he has the choice, because maybe Scotland or England don’t want to select him, which is also possible. The most important thing is for him to feel good with himself.” The 21 year-old has become an increasingly important part of Mourinho’s squad this season, especially in recent weeks when Paul Pogba has been left out of United’s starting line-up, although he may not add to his eight starts when Chelsea visit Old Trafford on Sunday. Mourinho’s meeting with his old club, and the inflammatory nature of his relationship with current Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, makes this one of the Premier League’s more eagerly-awaited encounters, although the United manager desperately attempted to play down the fixture, insisting the upcoming league game with Liverpool is far more meaningful. “It’s any normal game and probably playing Liverpool in a few weeks means more because for my club – and everyone knows that the most important thing is not me – to play Liverpool has a special meaning,” he said. “That’s the way I have to look at things. I don’t have any bad feeling in relation to Chelsea to say, ‘Oh, I’m going to prove this and that against my former club’. “I’m not going to prove anything. In fact, every club I left – by my decision or by the board – I have very good feelings towards them. “I’ve never played against Inter since I left, but I’ve faced Porto, Real Madrid and Chelsea, and the feeling is a good one. It’s not a special thing.”
Jose Mourinho: Scott McTominay's 'heart more important than my advice' when it comes to choice between England and Scotland
Jose Mourinho believes Scott McTominay’s heart will rule his head when it comes to choosing between the England and Scotland national teams in the coming weeks. New Scotland manager Alex McLeish has already declared that he wants to hold talks with the Manchester United midfielder ahead of naming his first squads for next month’s (MAR) friendlies with Hungary and Costa Rica. McTominay was born in Lancaster to a Scottish father and has the option of playing for either nation, having already asked his club manager for his opinion. “I’ve given him my advice but I think the advice of his parents is more important than mine,” said Mourinho. “His own heart is more important than my advice, because mine is purely from a career point of view. “More important than his career is his feeling, his family’s feeling and also the overall situation with him. Scott McTominay (centre) has become a key part of Jose Mourinho's team Credit: REUTERS “He’s going to have a very good career independently of his international choice – if he has the choice, because maybe Scotland or England don’t want to select him, which is also possible. The most important thing is for him to feel good with himself.” The 21 year-old has become an increasingly important part of Mourinho’s squad this season, especially in recent weeks when Paul Pogba has been left out of United’s starting line-up, although he may not add to his eight starts when Chelsea visit Old Trafford on Sunday. Mourinho’s meeting with his old club, and the inflammatory nature of his relationship with current Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, makes this one of the Premier League’s more eagerly-awaited encounters, although the United manager desperately attempted to play down the fixture, insisting the upcoming league game with Liverpool is far more meaningful. “It’s any normal game and probably playing Liverpool in a few weeks means more because for my club – and everyone knows that the most important thing is not me – to play Liverpool has a special meaning,” he said. “That’s the way I have to look at things. I don’t have any bad feeling in relation to Chelsea to say, ‘Oh, I’m going to prove this and that against my former club’. “I’m not going to prove anything. In fact, every club I left – by my decision or by the board – I have very good feelings towards them. “I’ve never played against Inter since I left, but I’ve faced Porto, Real Madrid and Chelsea, and the feeling is a good one. It’s not a special thing.”
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento (AFP Photo/MARCO BERTORELLO)
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento (AFP Photo/MARCO BERTORELLO)
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento
Perfect finish: Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia celebrates after scoring against Benevento
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento&#39;s head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (front) and Danilo D&#39;Ambrosio celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (front) and Danilo D'Ambrosio celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (front) and Danilo D'Ambrosio celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (back) and Eder celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (back) and Eder celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players Andrea Ranocchia (back) and Eder celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter players celebrate after the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Benevento are still searching for their first away point in Serie A after conceding twice after the break at the San Siro
Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro
Benevento are still searching for their first away point in Serie A after conceding twice after the break at the San Siro
<p>Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro</p>
Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro

Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro

<p>Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro</p>
Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro

Inter 2 Benevento 0: Nerazzurri pick up much-needed win at San Siro

Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento&#39;s head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's head coach Roberto De Zerbi reacts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Andrea Ranocchia (front) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (front) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (front) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento&#39;s defender Bacary Sagna (R) in action against Inter&#39;s forward Ivan Perisic (L) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's defender Bacary Sagna (R) in action against Inter's forward Ivan Perisic (L) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Benevento's defender Bacary Sagna (R) in action against Inter's forward Ivan Perisic (L) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C) celebrates after scoring the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Andrea Ranocchia (C-L) scores the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C-L) scores the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Andrea Ranocchia (C-L) scores the 2-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Soccer Football - Serie A - Inter Milan vs Benevento Calcio - San Siro, Milan, Italy - February 24, 2018 Inter Milan&#39;s Milan Skriniar celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates REUTERS/Massimo Pinca
Serie A - Inter Milan vs Benevento Calcio
Soccer Football - Serie A - Inter Milan vs Benevento Calcio - San Siro, Milan, Italy - February 24, 2018 Inter Milan's Milan Skriniar celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates REUTERS/Massimo Pinca
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Milan Skriniar (C) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (C) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (C) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Milan Skriniar (L) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (L) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (L) celebrates after scoring the 1-0 lead during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter&#39;s defender Milan Skriniar (L) scores the 1-0 lead against Benevento&#39;s goalkeeper Christian Puggioni (R) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (L) scores the 1-0 lead against Benevento's goalkeeper Christian Puggioni (R) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI
Milan (Italy), 24/02/2018.- Inter's defender Milan Skriniar (L) scores the 1-0 lead against Benevento's goalkeeper Christian Puggioni (R) during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Inter Milan and Benevento Calcio at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy, 24 February 2018. (Italia) EFE/EPA/ROBERTO BREGANI

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