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Inter Milan game live stream: How to watch the match vs Spezia online

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 16:30, 8 March 2023

Spezia v Inter Milan takes place on Friday at 7:45pm (UK time).

After relinquishing the Scudetto last season to Milan, Inter are more than determined to sit back on top of the Serie A mountain. However, as things have already played out, their chances of a 20th championship success — and gaining a second star — look remote as an irresistible Napoli side are running away with it.

Inter, though, are the Neapolitan’s nearest challengers but even they have a lot of ground to make up. Simone Inzaghi’s men are still chasing Coppa Italia glory while they have an upcoming Champions League round of 16 second-leg date with FC Porto.

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Two reasons to watch Inter Milan online

Goals, goals, goals

If you want to see goals then you could do worse than follow Inter Milan this season. The Nerazzurri have scored the most goals in the last 30 minutes in Serie A this season (14) and only Napoli (58) found the net more than Inzaghi’s men (46). What makes this even more remarkable is Inter’s been this more prolific without utilising Romelu Lukaku for the bulk of the season. Lautaro Martinez, his usual partner-in-crime has stepped up with 14 goals to date, not far behind is Edin Dzeko who’s no stranger to regularly finding the back of the net.

The continual rise of Barella

What are goals without a provider? Nicolo Barella is Inter’s creator-in-chief having created no fewer than six goals to date. He’s three behind Khvicha Kvaratskhelia in the race for this season’s ‘assist king’ crown.

It’s fair to say Barella is living up to his potential. The legendary Milan tactician Arrigo Sacchi once dubbed him “the prototype of the modern footballer” before stressing Barella’s rise has been down to a strong work ethic. “I’ve been following Barella since he was a kid,” he wrote in his Gazzetta dello Sport column. “He came into Italy’s youth teams when I was the Azzurri’s technical director. He was not a phenomenon, he was physically frail, he did not have an incredible technique, yet he managed to reach very high levels.

“This shows that at the base of any successful career there is always hard work, training, the spirit of sacrifice and the desire to improve day after day. A detail that is far from negligible is the desire to put the group at the top of one’s thoughts and in this way self-centeredness, a disease of modern football, is fought and defeated. Barella is proving to be a driving force.”

Spezia team news

No fewer than six players could be missing for Spezia this week. Emil Holm (tendon), Simone Bastoni (meniscus) and Jeroen Zoet (ligament) are ruled out through injury while João Moutinho (muscle) is doubtful. Federico Marchetti and Arkadiusz Reca, meanwhile, both serve a one-match suspension.

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