The Nerazzurri’s performance was similar to the one against Bologna, except this time they managed to scrape a late victory rather than a stalemate.
Marcelo Brozovic hit the woodwork and Samir Handanovic needed some fine saves, but with three minutes left on the clock, Danilo D’Ambrosio steered in a Joao Mario corner.
Genoa lost their heads in stoppages, with both Stephane Omeonga and Adel Taarabt sent off.
Yann Karamoh was given his Inter debut in place of Borja Valero and performed incredibly well in the short time he was given. The youngster showed great skills and was the reason behind Taarabt's sending off. Yann turned out to be the player we wanted Gabigol to be.