Parma have some solid firepower up top, but it didn't exactly bother to show up to the San Siro on Saturday. Their defense has been even more useless, and Inter Milan lead their visitors by a score of 3-0 at halftime. That score is well deserved for the Nerazzurri, who have been fantastic, and it's an accurate reflection of the play on the pitch. All three of their finishes were fantastic and they're creating chances at will.
Diego Milito put Inter ahead in the 13th minute with a great narrow angle finish, set up by an even better cross by Ricky Alvarez. Milito had a part in the second goal as well, getting a shot blocked which caused the ball to fall to Thiago Motta. He took a rip and scored on the half volley from 20 yards out, putting his team up 2-0 after 17 minutes. At that point, it felt like the game was effectively over. Milito completed his brace with a header just before halftime, nodding in a cross from Maicon.