Leader Inter de Milanwith the Argentine Lautaro Martínez From the start, they fell 2-1 with Sassuolo in the framework of the sixth round of Serie A. With this result, the Milanese team lost its undefeated record in the Italian competition.
After an overwhelming start to the season with five wins in five games, Simone Inzaghi’s team faced, at the Stadio San Siro, Alessio Dionisi’s team, which had an irregular start to the season with two wins and three losses so far.
On this sixth date, the former Lazio technical director put his hand in the starting eleven with respect to the 1-0 victory over Empoli on the fifth day. In defense, the Dutch Denzel Dumfries entered through French Benjamin Pavard and, in the middle, Nicolo Barella by Davide Frattesi.
Inter were only able to impose conditions in the 46th minute of the first half with the goal from the Dutchman Denzel Dumfries who overflowed from the left, put the pass into the middle that the Croatian Martin Erlic rejected and left short. The former PSV Eindhoven captured the clearance, faced Mattia Viti, cut inside and finished cross-field to make it 1-0.
Already in the second half, at 9 minutes, “Neroverdi” tied the match with the Albanian’s goal Nedim Bajrami after a great series of touches. The ball reached him, on the right vertex of the area, to Domenico Berardi who waited for the diagonal from the Albanian striker, put the pass between the lines and the former Empoli defined the near post and equalized the match in Milan with the complicity of Swiss goalkeeper Yan Sommer.
At 18, the team Alessio Dionisi He took advantage with the talent of his number 10, Domenico Berardi. The 29-year-old midfielder received the ball on his right, cut inside and took a shot that hit the left post of the “Neroazzurri” goal, marking the final 2-1.
With this result, the current European runner-up lost its undefeated record but remains at the top of Serie A with 15 points along with its rival, Milan. For its part, Sassuolo reached 9 points and climbed to eighth place, one away from the UEFA Europa League qualification zone.
Wednesday’s day of Italian domestic football began with Milan’s great 3-1 victory over Cagliari at the Unipol Domus with goals from the Swiss Noah Okafor and the English Fikayo Tomori and Rubén Loftus-Cheek while the local team scored the Angolan Zito. The Argentine Luka Romero entered at 23 of the second half for Cristian Pulisic while Marco Pellegrino did not have minutes.
At the Stadio Carlo Castellani – Computer, Empoli beat Salernitana 1-0 with Tommaso Baldanzi’s solitary goal. The Argentine Agustín Martegani was in Salerno from the start and played only the first half while Federico Fazio was on the bench but did not enter.
Atalanta, with Juan Palomino coming on with two minutes left, beat Hellas Verona 1-0, which had the Argentines Bruno Amione and Juan Cruz on the bench, at the Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi with a goal from the Dutchman Teun Koopmeiners. In Bergamo, Argentine goalkeeper Juan Musso was on the bench but did not have any shooting.
At the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Lazio defeated Torino 2-0 with goals from Uruguayan Matías Vecino and Mattia Zaccagni. Valentín Castellanos entered the “Águilas”, at 28 minutes into the second half, for Ciro Immobile.
In the last match of the day, Napoli crushed Udinese 4-1 at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona with goals from the Polish Piotr Zielinski, the Nigerian Victor Osimhen, the Georgio Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and the Argentine Giovanni Simeone while for the “Bianconeri” the German Lazar Samardzic discounted. Argentines were present during the visit. Nehuen Pérez, Martín Payero and Roberto Pereyra who was entered in the second stage by the Austrian Sandi Lovric.
The Serie A date will conclude this Thursday with the matches between Frosinone and Fiorentina, Monza-Bologna and Roma visiting Genoa at the Stadio Luigis Ferraris.
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