Inter goals came from Ashley Young 5′, Chilean Alexis Sanchez 20′, Danilo de Ambrosio 45′, Roberto Galliardini 52′, and Danish Christian Eriksen 83′, then Antonio Candriva 88′.
This victory is the third for Inter in four games since the resumption of competitions that were suspended due to the Coronavirus, in exchange for one draw, to strengthen its position in third place with 64 points, restoring the difference to four points between him and Lazio II, and eight points between him and the Juventus leader and the defending champion.
Lazio and Juventus had two wins outside the rules Tuesday in the opening stage, the first against its host Turin 2-1, and the second against its host Genoa 3-1.
The “Neratsuri” confirmed his adherence to the hope of competing for the title that has been absent from his treasures since the 2009-2010 season when he achieved his eighteenth title.
And Brescia fell to the last twenty after his score was frozen at 18 points and failed to achieve any victory in the last 14 games, as he lost nine times to five draws.
Inter fought the match in a different lineup from the one that narrowly beat host Parma (2-1) on Sunday, where coach Antonio Conte made five adjustments to it, most notably to keep Candriva and the Belgian international Romelu Lukaku on the bench.
In a second match, Bologna tied 1-1 with its host, Cagliari.
The Gambian player Moussa Barrow (3 45) scored for Bologna, and Argentine Giovanni Simeone, the son of Diego, coach of Atletico Madrid, 46 for Cagliari.
Bologna raised its score to 38 points in the eleventh place, behind Cagliari, by one point.