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Inter 2-0 Verona: goals from Barella and Dzeko. Night at -1 from Milan

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Inter 2-0 Verona: goals from Barella and Dzeko.  Night at -1 from Milan

Great first half of Inzaghi’s team, which in front of over 61 thousand spectators unlocks it with the blue and the Bosnian on an assist from the Croatian, best in the field. Summit ever closer

Notice to the championship. Inter has returned to entertain and above all to have fun. A fundamental aspect because the tool that in the darkness of February-March had seemed as heavy as an orthopedic ball now returns to move across the board, as light as the players’ heads. Uncorked by the success at Juve, Inzaghi’s team (with the thrust of over 60 thousand at San Siro) grabs Napoli and goes back to -1 from Milan by bending a good Verona with Barella and Dzeko, all too brave in trying to face it face off with the Nerazzurri. Even if it does not end up in the scoresheet, the man of the match is once again Perisic. Author of the two assists and an embarrassing test due to excessive physical power, the Croatian will end up imposing the renewal of Marotta and Ausilio.

First half

Inzaghi replaces the suspended Lautaro with Correa, finds De Vrij in the center of the defense and gives Bastoni a rest. In place of him Dimarco. Tudor does not recover Barak and with Caprari, behind Simeone, focuses on the former Bessa. Faraoni and Lazovic on the outside. The beginning is a spectacle, to the extent that Inter – back from too many wrong approaches – would like to attack a Verona who, however, fetches them in every area of ​​the pitch with ten goals for a man of yesteryear in what is in phase defensive takes place in a 4-3-2-1 with Tameze glued to Calhanoglu, Ilicic on Brozovic and the supposed central defender Casale to hunt Barella. A fight without quarter that sees Inter prevail in the distance and the guests chasing after. Great work by Inzaghi’s midfielder, but as often happens, it is Perisic who breaks the game. The Croatian first goes close to scoring (great save by Montipò in the 18 ‘) and then in the 22’ takes advantage of a mistake by Bessa to fly to the left and put a cross to kiss that Barella throws into the goal with a counterbalanced winger. Casale, force of habit, on the occasion shortens in the center of the area on Dzeko losing the blue at the far post. A beautiful goal that further lights up the Meazza. Inter did not lift their foot from the accelerator and by dint of knocking opened the opponent’s door again. At 29 ‘Dimarco brushes a corner for the usual shot of Perisic and on the usual far post (badly Gunter) Dzeko supports for the 2-0. Verona feels the blow, but never gives up playing and in the 34th minute Handanovic needs a great exit on Simeone to prevent the match from reopening. The problem of the Venetians is that if you start playing the pairs game against a stronger team, then the individual superiority of the Nerazzurri emerges. And at the end of the first half, 0-2 is almost a luxury.

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Second half

It starts with D’Ambrosio in place of De Vrij (fatigue in the left thigh, he had just returned after a month) and Skriniar climbing to the right. Verona always remains high, even too high, and Dumfries eats the 3-0 in the 49th minute after a good move on the right. But even Ceccherini could do better immediately afterwards on a badly released ball by the Nerazzurri. At 59 ‘Inzaghi takes Correa off for Gosens, with Perisic rising. An unpromising message for Sanchez, also because Caicedo warms up on the sidelines and not the Chilean. Tudor responds with Depaoli and Lasagna (who immediately tries from outside) for Faraoni and Bessa. Barella asks for the change in the 65th minute and Bastoni also enters with Vidal for a good Dimarco. THE match always remains vibrant because Inter do not make the most of the grasslands that open above all to the right (D’Ambrosio’s pole at the end of a great action in the 75th minute) and the Venetians always give the idea of ​​being able to reopen it from a moment. to the other. As two conclusions of Simeone show that they could have had better luck. But Inter’s victory remains more than deserved. In Naples and Milan tomorrow it will be up to manage the pressure and respond to it.

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