Lazio-Inter Milan in the Italian Serie A ended this Saturday with a tremendous fight after Brazilian Felipe Anderson scored the 2-1 goal for the local team with rival Federico Dimarco on the ground, with Argentine Lautaro Martínez enraged and admonished.
Inter Milan went 1-0 ahead at halftime, with a penalty scored by Croatian Ivan Perisic, but Lazio came back with a maximum penalty transformed by Ciro Immobile and with the controversial 2-1 signed by Felipe Anderson, who opened the way to the final 3-1 scored by Serbian Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
The fight began in the 83rd minute, when Felipe Anderson finished off the bottom of the arc with a rejection from Slovenian goalkeeper Samir Handanovic after an attempt by Ciro Immobile.
At the beginning of the action, with Inter in the possession phase, Federico Dimarco was left lying on the ground due to an alleged injury. Lautaro continued the play of the Milanese team, which ended up losing the ball and causing the counterattack culminating with Anderson’s target.
As the Brazilian ran to celebrate 2-1, Dutchman Denzel Dumfries blocked him with his arms and aggressively reproached him for not throwing the ball out.
A tremendous brawl broke out, with several players from both teams pushing each other. In particular, Lautaro harshly reproached Anderson and ended up being booked, risking a second card that would prevent him from playing Inter-Juventus next week.
Lautaro, Dumfries, at Inter, and Anderson and Milinkovic-Savic, at Lazio, received the yellow card.
Also at the end of the clash the two teams faced each other, with the referee showing the direct red to the Brazilian Luiz Felipe, who ended up crying.
With this defeat, Inter came third in the standings, while Lazio placed fifth, three points behind the Milanese.