The Gazzetta dello Sport is today highlighting that Inter could reach three negative club records in their game against Catania this weekend.
The Nerazzurri are in a real slump and the statistics don’t make great reading for the Italian giants or their fans.
Having lost five games on the trot, Inter will equal their unwanted record from 1956-57 and 1993-94 should they lose their sixth consecutive fixture on Sunday.
To make matters worse, Claudio Ranieri’s side haven’t scored a goal in their last five games and they’ve never gone six straight ties without piercing the net.
Even if they do score, and the goal arrives after the 50th minute, then they will set a new first given that the club’s current longest goalless streak stands at 520 minutes.
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