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Nov 22, 2015 at 7.45pm UK at San Siro
Inter Milan
Biabiany (29'), Icardi (53'), Murillo (87'), Brozovic (92')
FT(HT: 1-0)

Result: Inter Milan return to Serie A summit with comfortable victory over Frosinone

Inter Milan return to the top of Serie A after goals from Jonathan Biabiany, Mauro Icardi and Jeison Murillo help to give Roberto Mancini's side a 4-0 win over Frosinone.

Goals from Jonathan Biabiany, Mauro Icardi and Jeison Murillo helped to ensure that Inter Milan moved back to the top of Serie A with a 4-0 victory over Frosinone at the San Siro this evening.

Inter Milan's forward from Argentina Mauro Icardi celebrates after scoring during the Italian Serie A football match Inter Milan vs Frosinone on November 22, 2015© Getty Images

The newly-promoted side might have grabbed a shock lead in the opening stages, but Samir Handanovic moved well to deny frontman Danilo Soddimo on the volley.

Inter were not at their creative best in the first period, although they were able to take a lead into the break thanks to Biabiany, who followed up neatly on a rebound from Stevan Jovetic's shot.

Roberto Mancini's side were improved after the interval and they found a second goal in the 53rd minute, this time as Adem Ljajic combined superbly with Icardi in order to hand the striker an easy finish.

The visitors might have snatched a route back into the game not long after, only for Nicolas Castillo to be denied by a standout interception from Murillo inside the area.

Inter's Biabiany should have earned himself a brace late on but for a block on the line, before Murillo returned three minutes from time to cap off a memorable personal display with a third goal for the hosts.

The scoring action was not over just yet, however, as Inter substitute Marcelo Brozovic added a fourth for La Beneamata during injury time and just minutes after being introduced, leaving the final score at 4-0.

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Inter Milan's coach Roberto Mancini gestures during the Serie A football match between AC Milan and Inter at San Siro Stadium in Milan on November 23, 2014
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