It is the 44th title in the history of the youth academy.
In the 17th minute, Andrea Adorante put Inter up 1-0 with a strike from outside the 18-yard mark. Atalanta responded in the 30th minute after Rilind Nivokazi connected on a strike to tie the game.
Just six minutes later, Inter regained the lead when Adorante notched a brace with a strong finish to put the Nerazzurri up 2-1 at the break.
Eleven minutes into the second half, the Bergamaschi leveled the game when Alessandro Rinaldi — with his back to the goal — took a pass in the box and turned to push the ball into the net.
The teams battled back and forth for the duration of regulation. In the 90th minute, Davide Bettella had a shot to win the game for Inter, but his blast was stopped by Atalanta goalkeeper Sergej Luca Piccirillo.
It wasn’t until the 108th minute when Visconti drilled a shot on a breakaway past Piccirillo to win the title — the seventh for Inter’s U-17 squad.
Inter U19: Champion d'Italie— Inter Milan FR (@InterMilanFRA) June 21, 2017
Inter U18: Champion d'Italie
Inter U17: Champion d'Italie
ATALANTA: Piccirillo, Fanti (Vedovati 90), Frana (Brogni 106), Rizzo (Isacco 90), Heidenreich, Cavalli, Peli (Gyabuaa 99), Da Riva, Nivokazi (Louka 78), Kulusevski, Rinaldi.
Subs not used: Gelmi, Kraja, Losa, Cambiaghi.
Coach: Massimo Brambilla.
INTER: Tintori, Lunghi, Rizzo, Bettella, Corrado (Grassini 85), Gavioli (Patacchini 63), Esposito, Visconti, Schirò, Merola, Adorante.
Subs not used: Pozzer, Coltro, El Kassah, Roric, Demirovic, Pelle, Vergani.
Coach: Andrea Zanchetta.
Rizzo (ATA) 52’, Cavalli (ATA) 82’, Patacchini (INT) 98’.
Referee: Daniele De Tommaso.
Assistants: Cristiano and Trillo.
Fourth official: Zuffada.