The Chilean scored and assisted in the triumph of the neroazzurro team, which was placed six points behind the Juventus leader.
Inter de Milan continues unstoppable in its goal of hunting down Juventus, who on Wednesday let out points by calling 3-3 on his visit to Sassuolo. For the 33 day of the A series, the team that manages AConte ntonio managed to defeat the SPAL at home and returned to second place when five dates remain for the end of the competition.
The whole of Milan started better in the first half after an overflow on the right wing by Candreva for Brozovic that made the post tremble, minutes later a header by Gagliardini ended in the hands of goalkeeper Letica. However, despite the first minutes of dominance, the homeowner was close to scoring on his first arrival through Petagna, who hit the crossbar defended by Handanovic.
After the action, the visit returned to take control, with a very active Alexis Sánchez, also collaborating in defensive tasks: he was able to start the festivities with a strong whip from outside the area and, later, the former Lazio goalkeeper attended to go to the I rest with the advantage.
In addition, the Milanese team showed their superiority after Cristiano Biraghi scored a right hand for the partial 2-0 at 54 ‘and, six minutes later, the Chilean himself appeared to be present in the networks with a powerful header.
With his qualification and conquest, the Boy Wonder once again demonstrated why he is a fixture of the interim DT: he has participated in eight goals since the championship resumed (two goals, six assists), one less than Cristiano Ronaldo (nine) and equaling Andrea Belotti. Already on the end, Gagliardini decreed the final 4-0 after an assist from Ashley Young.
With this result, Nerazzurri, which also had Lautaro Martínez among its starters, placed itself as sub-leader with 71 positives, displacing Atalanta (70) and two over Lazio, third placed. In this way, the box of San Siro was only six units from Vecchia Signora, and he got back into the fight for the Scudetto.
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