AC Milan settle the scores at Inter / Serie A / J5 / Milan-Inter (3-2) / SOFOOT.com

AC Milan settle the scores at Inter / Serie A / J5 / Milan-Inter (3-2) / SOFOOT.com

AC Milan settle the scores at Inter / Serie A / J5 / Milan-Inter (3-2) / SOFOOT.com

Brilliant for an hour of play, Milan gritted their teeth at the end of the match by winning a generally exciting derby (3-2).

Milan-Inter 3-2

Goal: Leao (28And60And), Giroud (54And) for Milan // Brozović (21And), Dzeko (67And) for Inter

You have to believe that Stefano Pioli has a sense of the show. Dominated in the last half hour, his Milan will never have stopped aiming for one thing: playing his game, mobile, offensive, daring. Quite the opposite of Inter, who waited for the last third of the match to be up to it. He should have shaken his butt first. Five goals and a crazy show later, those are the Red-black that logically will have won.

Great pressing, Brozo ‘and Leão

To fully experience a derby, it is best to know how to identify where you are likely to warm up the most. Dumfries and Théo Hernández’s side are in turmoil this Saturday, and the fight promises to be tough, but also technically elevated. With his furious pressing, Milan blocked the release of blue balls, in particular by reducing the influence of Brozović in the center. But Inter knows how to adapt: ​​Barella takes the game more alone, while Correa then Lautaro gladly puts his hand to the paw in midfield. After a remarkable match in pivot of the second, the first Lazio serves in depth Brozović, who beats Maignan with a flat foot placed. Insufficient, however, to disgust the devil. Conquerors, Red and Black continue to asphyxiate the opponent. Enough to make Çalhanoğlu lose the ball, who collects a pass that ends up in Tonali’s skilful feet. The Italian adjusts the defense, then serves Leão, who equalizes with an unstoppable shot from the left. A logical pawn: more aggressive and skillful collectively, Milan then obtained new clear opportunities, with Giroud and Tonali.

magical Mike


Too passive in the first act, Inter strangely does not change much later. All prepared for the Leão-Giroud duo, who can do almost what they want with an opposing defense completely in stasis. Yet, surrounded by three players, the Portuguese managed to hit the Frenchman, who took advantage of a gross error in marking by De Vrij to finish with a cross, a bit squashed. Completely lowered, Inter continues to sink and Rafael Leão will happily push his head underwater. Badly framed by Bastoni, well helped by a De Vrij once again ectoplasmic in the one-on-one, the outside Red-black he has fun on the surface and once again rules Handanovich. End of game? For nothing. Inter find the sticks when Edin Džeko points the muzzle of a silver fox. At the end of a superb movement initiated by Mkhitaryan and broadcast by Darmian, the Bosnian assassinates Maignan from close range. As if by magic, the Interists finally raise their block by a level, double their intensity and grab a by the throat devil who spends the last quarter of an hour with the shield raised. If the Nerazzurri had faced a normal goalkeeper, maybe they could have equaled. Only here: Mike Maignan is the Milan goalkeeper and pulls out two monstrous saves to get a header from Lautaro Martinez, then a supersonic goal from Çalhanoğlu. Incredible, like a match that practically everyone will have enjoyed. Especially the fans of Milan, whose club is now leading the eternal rival in the standings Inter.
Milan (4-2-3-1): Maignan – Calabria (Kjaer, 84And), Kalulu, Tomori, Hernández-Tonali (Pobega, 84And), Bennacer – Messias (Saelemaekers, 72And), De Ketelaere (Diaz, 63And), Leão-Giroud (Origi, 79And).Trainer : Stefano Pioli.

Inter (3-5-2): Handanovič – Škriniar, De Vrij (D’Ambrosio, 84And), Batons (Dimarco, 64And) – Dumfries, Barella (Mkhitaryan, 63And), Brozović, Çalhanoğlu, Darmian (Gosens, 84And) – Correa (Džeko, 64And), Lautaro. Trainer : Simone Inzaghi.

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