Inter Milan skipper, Mauro Icardi, scored a hat-trick as his team beat AC Milan 3-2 in a fiery Serie A derby clash on Sunday.
Icardi sealed victory from the spot in the final minute in front of 80,000 spectators at the San Siro to complete his hat-trick after also scoring on 28 and 63 minutes.
Spanish forward Suso (36) and Giacomo Bonaventura (81) had twice put AC Milan back on level terms in the derby between two clubs fuelled by multi-million dollar investments by their Asian owners.
Speaking at a post match briefing, Icardi said: “Scoring three goals in a derby is something special.”
“The important thing is that Inter won. It’s too early to talk about a Scudetto challenge.
“We are doing things the right way from pre-season and now we have to think about the next match against a great opponent like Napoli.
“It’s a special match for me because they are the leaders and play the best football in Europe,” he added.