After a summer of great excitement with the market that, in Italy, they considered the best of the Serie A, Inter is living an almost disastrous start to the championship: after having reaped just four points in the first three games, the Nerazzurri fell in San Siro against newly promoted Parma, who won thanks to a wonderful goal from Federico Dimarco who, ironies of luck, has grown in the quarry of the Milanese and plays on loan in the Ducali.Spalletti, thinking about the dreaded premiere in Champions League with Tottenham on Tuesday, made rotations: they started on the bench Vrsaljko, Asamoah, Politano and, above all, Mauro Icardi, replaced in the center of the attack by Keita Baldé. The team had the clash in their hands in the first half, creating good opportunities to break the game and conceding just a shot on goal to their rivals, a record for this championship.The lack of marksmanship forced the coach to look for new solutions, and after the break, Icardi, Politano and Asamoah jumped into the field. The team kept pushing (it came to shoot 20 times), but the great day of the goalkeeper Sepe and attacks more disordered than concrete left the score to zero. On the other hand, Parma, who already scared Juve in the previous day, defended themselves with patience and, out of nowhere, the decisive goal was taken out of the hat: Federico Dimarco, defender of 1997, whose whiplash with the outside of the foot, to Roberto Carlos, left Handanovic ice cream in the 79 '. A goal in every rule before the team of his loves.The Nerazzurri, who protested for a hand of the same Dimarco as the VAR was lost, turned to the attack in the last 10 minutes, but the overwhelm more than their desire to take at least a point. And San Siro accompanied them in the dressing room between whistles.