On Thursday, Inter Milan’s Serie A match against Bologna devolved into a farce. Inter were forced to show up and train as usual since Serie A refused to cancel matches. More of the same is forecast for later in the afternoon on Thursday. However, because Serie A refused to cancel games, Inter was forced to show up and practice as usual before the game, with officials even being entrusted with inspecting the pitch despite the absence of any Bologna players. Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi and his players arrived in Bologna, but their opponents were quarantined. Inter director Beppe Marotta, who was present in Bologna, stated that the system is broken.