The world champion in Qatar 2022 Lautaro Martinez scored one of the four goals with which his team Inter beat Sassuolo today, at home, 4-2, in the continuity of the 35th. date of Italian League.
Martínez entered in the second half for his compatriot Joaquin Correa and after 13 minutes he received a ball at the apex of the box, turned and fired with luck that the ball deflected off a defender and ended up in the back of the net.
The other goals for the Milan squad came through the Brazilian Ruan Tressoldi, and the Belgian Romelu Lukaku (2). The visiting team’s goals were the work of Brazilian Matheus Henrique and Davide Frattesi.
The coach of the ‘neroazzurros’, Simone Inzaghi, arranged a mixed team for this match because in the week he will play the return match for the semifinal of the Champions League against Milan, after obtaining a favorable 2-0 in the first leg .
Meanwhile, his eternal rival, Milan, with an alternative team and with his head set on the semifinal of the European competition, lost today with Spezia 2-0, away.
The Polish defender Przemyslaw Wisniewski (30m. ST) gave a new blow to the Milanese team, which was completed by the Italian Salvatore Esposito (41m. ST).
The coach, Stéfano Pioli, conditioned by the bad result of the first leg with Inter in the semifinal of the continental tournament, decided to take care of half of his starting team.
That is why it was not surprising to see six changes in relation to those who next Tuesday will try to reverse a hard result with a very bad image in the first half against their classic.
Precisely, Milan was left with 61 units in the local tournament, 4 behind Inter. The two were always far from the fight for the title, which had Napoli as champion with several dates in advance.
In another match played today, Salernitana beat Atalanta 1-0 with a goal from Antonio Candreva at 93 minutes.
Italian League – Date 35
Sunday: Hellas Verona-Torino (7:30 a.m., ESPN Extra and Star+), Monza-Napoli (10:00 a.m., ESPN 2 and Star+), Fiorentina-Udinese (10:00 a.m., Star+), Bologna-Roma (1:00 p.m., ESPN 2 and Star+) and Juventus-Cremonese (15:45, ESPN 3 and Star+).
Monday: Sampdoria-Empoli (3:45 p.m., Star+).
Napoli (+) 83 units; Inter and Juventus 66; Lazio 65; Inter 63; Milan 61; Atalanta and Rome 58; Fiorentina, Udinese, Bologna, Monza and Torino 46; Sassuolo 44; Empoli and Salernitana 38; Lecce 32; Hellas Verona and Spezia 30; Cremonese 24 and Sampdoria (-) 17.
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