The Italian team achieved two historical records from the defeat of the Ukrainians in the semi-finals of the Europa League.
With the comfortable victory of Inter on Shakhtar Donetsk by 5-0 in the semifinal of the Europa League, the team led by Antonio Conte broke two historical records.
The Lombard team achieved the largest victory in a semifinal match in the competition in its history. In addition, they fell just one goal away from matching the three biggest wins of the tournament: Lyon 7-1 AZ Alkmaar (2016/17), Vardar 0-6 Real Sociedad (2017/18), Steaua de Bucharest 6-0 Aalborg ( 2014/15) and Valencia 6-0 Rapid Vienna (2015/16).
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At the same time, the Nerazzurri team also surpassed a club record, reaching 111 goals across all competitions and setting the record for goals in a single season since the 1929-1930 campaign. Now they will be able to increase their mark in the final on Friday against Seville.
111 – #Inter have scored 111 goals in all competitions in 2019-20, overtaking the goals they scored in 2006-07 and 1950-51 and setting their new record in a single campaign since Serie A with a single group exists (from 1929-30). Space. pic.twitter.com/nM0sqchH2D
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