Despite the fact that Inter Milan lost a plethora of top players and a coach that had guided them to the Scudetto last season, the I Nerazzurri have remained one of the very best teams in the Serie A and a team that is consistently good.

Naturally, looking at the top of the table would have helped most to be able to identify how good the team are, especially as they have only lost one game to this point of the campaign.

However, it will not have only been fans who may have witnessed the club’s performances when enjoying the situs judi slot at the same time, though, as it seems a journalist that covers the game has been just as impressed with what he has seen.

Italian journalist Mario Sconcerti has revealed that he believes Inter’s recent form has come because the style of football that has been adopted is the best in the entire league.

He revealed his thoughts in a column that he continually writes for the Milan-based Corriere della Sera (via Sempre Inter), where he wrote that his opinion of the team was one in which Nerazzurri looked as though they had been the top team in the division for an extended period of time.

“In terms of their style of play, Inter have been playing the best football in Serie A for some time,” he wrote, before adding: “The table is clear but also shows that among the top eight anyone can beat anyone, and until [their 4-1 defeat against Roma] only Atalanta had been as consistent as Inter.”

Of course, Inter have been incredibly impressive with their recent results, having won their last six matches and scoring a total of 17 goals, although they have also been exceptionally strong at the back as well, having conceded just two during that period as both were scored in the game against Napoli following the international break that took place in November.

Indeed, with the quality of football that they have been showing recently, it would not be a surprise if Inter were to be able to keep it going throughout the remainder of the Serie A season and taste success once again come the end of the season under Simeone Inzaghi.

Naturally, there will be a lot of work to do and they will need to ensure that they can keep their best players at the club fit and healthy, as well as avoid any potential transfer that other teams might be interested in making this winter.