The three Chilean players made headlines at the ‘Giuseppe Meazza’ Stadium and did the right job. The ‘Pitbull’, who had a lot of work in containment, left the field at 62 minutes with clear signs of pain in one of his ankles, due to a strong entry he suffered in the complementary stage. Meanwhile, the ‘King’ was active on the field and was the one who started the play that ended with the 3-1 final, by Achraf Hakimi. After cardboard, at 70′, he was replaced by Nicolo Barella.El ‘Niño Maravilla’, meanly, played until the 90+1′ minute by the Lombards. He sought to meet Romelu Lukaku continuously and within 55 minutes had the clearest to score with a cross forehand that found the quick reaction of goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski. He came out about the end to allow Christian Eriksen’s entry, at 16′ he broke zero and went in favor of the cast directed by Antonio Conte. After Ivan Perisic’s centre, Belgian Lukaku scored second in the ‘hot zone’ and with a quick half-turn. When the first lapse was leaving, after 44 minutes, the place increased. After Brozovic’s great attendance, Hakimi received at the entrance to the area and pulled out a powerful left-hander who overcame the resistance of the goalkeeper ‘rossoblu’. At 66′ the stranger’s discount would arrive. Emanuel Vignato took advantage of the passivity of the rival zaga to capture the ball alone on the second stick and define with a strong raised finish. The illusion of a possible tie for the cast trained by Sinisa Mihajlovic vanished immediately. Hakimi made a diagonal and repeated at 69′ with a left-hander who overcatched goalkeeper Skorupski.With this result, Inter is placed as the sub-leader of the 21-point standings, two from the AC Milan pointer, who on Sunday will visit Sampdoria on the 10th day of Serie A, the ‘neroazzurros’ will visit Cagliari on Sunday, December 13.