Simone Inzaghi’s men were able to count on Darmian, Dzeko and Perisic to unblock the situation.
Inter Milan, champions long suffocated by a beautiful Fiorentina, reversed a compromised situation in the second half to win (1-3) Tuesday in Florence on Matchday 5 of Serie A and temporarily regain the lead.
As nerazzurro coach Simone Inzaghi was about to make changes in an attempt to revive a logically led Inter, Matteo Darmian (52 ‘) and Edin Dzeko (55’) sprang up to transform the meaning of the game.
Until those stunning three minutes, Fiorentina had done it all, tormenting the champions with constant pressure and breakthroughs at 100 per hour. It was rewarded with a goal from Riccardo Sottil (23rd), at the conclusion of a cross from Nico Gonzalez.
This advantage could have been wider without some miracles on his line from Milan goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, ahead of Nico Gonzalez (3rd), Dusan Vlahovic (10th) then Cristiano Biraghi (13th). Alfred Duncan sent him a missile just above (21st).
Against the Florentines reduced to ten after the exclusion for protest of Gonzalez (78 ‘), Ivan Perisic seated the home victory three minutes from time (87’).
This fourth success in five days allows the Nerazzurri (13 points) to temporarily regain the lead in front of Naples (12 pts, one game less). It confirms the solidity of a group which left with Inzaghi on the momentum of last season, despite the departures of Antonio Conte and Romelu Lukaku, the two great men from the scudetto that won in May.
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