Lautaro Martínez sealed the win with which Inter returned to the top

Lautaro Martínez sealed the win with which Inter returned to the top

The Argentine striker Lautaro Martínez became today’s rout Inter 4-0 against Udineseat home, in a match on the 15th date of the Italian Leagueand the Milan team was the only leader in the competition.

The world champion soccer player with the Argentine National Team scored the last goal for his team and reached 14 in the season. Thus, he further stretched the advantage over Frenchman Olivier Giroud, second with 8, in the scoring table.

The Turkish midfielder Hakan Çalhanoglu converted from a penalty, 37 minutes into the first half, the first goal for Inter, after a penalty on Martínez that the referee awarded at the request of the VAR. Italian defender Federico Dimarco (42′) and French striker Marcus Thuram (44′) stretched the lead before the end of the first half. While “Toro” put definitive figures 39 minutes into the second half.

With the victory at the San Siro, Inter surpassed Juventus and regained the lead of Serie A, which it had lost after the “Vecchia Signora” triumph against Napoli on Friday.

Earlier, Atalanta, with the Argentine goalkeeper Juan Musso As a starter, they beat Milan 3-2 at home, preventing them from getting close to the lead and they were one step away from entering the Conference League zone.

In another match, Hellas Verona, with Argentine defender Bruno Amione as the starter, tied with Lazio 1 to 1. The goal for the Gialloblú – such is the nickname of Hellas Verona – was scored by French striker Thomas Henry, while midfielder Mattia Zaccagni equalized for the Romans.

Italian League – Date 15

. Tomorrow:

. At 8.30, Frosinone-Torino (Star+).

. At 11.00: Monza-Genoa (Star+).

. At 2:00 p.m.: Salernitana-Bologna (ESPN and Star+).

. At 16:45: Rome-Fiorentina (Star+).

. Monday:

. At 2:30 p.m.: Empoli-Lecce (Star+).

. At 4:45 p.m.: Cagliari-Sassuolo (ESPN and Star+).

Positions: Inter 38 points; Juventus 36; Milan 29; Rome and Naples 24; Fiorentina and Atalanta 23, Bologna 22; Lazio 21; Turin 19; Monza and Frosinone 18; Lecce 16; Genoa and Sassuolo 15; Udinese 12, Empoli and Hellas Verona 11; Cagliari 10 and Salernitana 8.

Source: Ambito

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