The former Bianconeri director has voiced his dismay with the behaviour of Andrea Stramaccioni's side in the aftermath of their Serie A win last weekendInter in the wake of their 3-1 victory over Juventus in the Derby d'Italia, accusing the Nerazzurri of being "bad winners".
The 75-year-old, who was handed a lifetime ban from football for his role in the Calciopoli scandal, feels the Milanese outfit showed a lack of respect towards their opponents, whereas his former club were gracious in defeat.
"On Saturday night, Juventus showed that they are able to lose with class and even recognised that Inter deserved to win," Moggi was quoted as saying by Libero.
"Inter, on the other hand, proved to be bad winners. Perhaps they're not really used to winning...
"[Andrea] Stramaccioni had hardly left the stadium and was already talking about how Juventus have won only 28 titles. People should remind him that he hasn't won anything yet and that Juve remain first in the table."
Inter closed the gap on Juventus to one point following their triumph, while also ending the Serie A champions' 49-match unbeaten run in the league.