VIDEO. Hello, Puskas Award? Inter remains leader in Italy after Federico Dimarco’s truly world-class goal

Inter remains at the top in Serie A. The Nerazzurri won 2-0 against Frosinone on matchday twelfth and now have 31 points. That is two more than Juventus, against whom Inter will play on the first matchday after the international break. The highlight of this match was Federico Dimarco’s world goal. The Italian left back did something crazy and blasted the ball from the sideline over the head of goalkeeper Stefano Turati into the net. Hello, Puskas Award?

“At the beginning of the action I saw Denzel (Dumfries, ed.), then I saw that the goalkeeper was standing in front of his line and so I went for it,” said Dimarco after the match. “Luckily the ball went in, otherwise I would have heard something from the stands. It is certainly one of my greatest goals ever. I didn’t start the race very well, with a few mistakes. However, the most important thing was to keep the three points at home.”

The goal:

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