Inter allowed 20 shots against Benevento, second most this season after Barcelona's 26
Six goals, two goals conceded and not much trouble: Benevento were handled pretty easily on Sunday evening in an empty stadium.
Although the Corriere dello Sport points out that after the 2-0, the team of Luciano Spalletti found itself split into two: one with the desire to score more and the other struggled to return to help out defensively.
Candreva, for example, scored the second goal and he was always pushing on the right side. Thus, he ended up abandoning Vrsaljko who appeared to be in great difficulty. This explains the 20 shots allowed to Benevento, second most this season after the 26 shots from Barcelona.