(EFE) – The Bosnian Edin Dzeko and the Argentine Lautaro Martínez rescued Inter Milan this Saturday, which came back and won 2-1 in the Sassuolo field and momentarily placed second in the Italian Serie A, one point behind Napoli , leader with full points.
A great Sassuolo went to the break ahead 1-0 thanks to a penalty transformed by Domenico Berardi and made merits to extend distances with an attractive, offensive, brilliant football, led by the speed of the French Jeremie Boga.
Great saves by Slovenian goalkeeper Samir Handanovic kept Inter alive, whose game changed radically shortly before playing time, when Simone Inzaghi made four changes, all at once, in an attempt to change the dynamics of the clash.
The coach removed the Argentine Joaquín Correa to make way for Dzeko, the Turkish Hakan Calhanoglu for the Chilean Arturo Vidal, Alessandro Bastoni for Federico Dimarco and the Dutch Denzel Dumfries for Matteo Darmian. A very ambitious, but decisive bet.
Dzeko equalized with a header on the first ball received, thanks to a great center from Croatian Ivan Perisic, and the Bosnian striker himself got, in 80, the penalty that Lautaro converted to 2-1.
Inter changed the dynamics of the clash and was even able to achieve the third goal, if the VAR was not annulled for offside the possible double of Dzeko.
The Bosnian already has six goals this year, after the seven scored last year, and reached Ciro Immobile, from Lazio, at the top of the top gunners table, while Lautaro accumulates five.