The fury derby was hot on the field and in the stands (Chris Rocco/Getty)
club failed Milan In the lead alone Calcio After a 1-1 draw with its neighbor Inter Milan, to keep its balance unbeaten after 12 weeks of the Italian League, and shared in first place with Napoli, who in turn tied with Verona 1-1.
The level of the match was distinguished and exciting, after the two teams shared control for 90 minutes, which knew many opportunities, but in the end, the two teams were unable to obtain the winning points to keep the situation as it is at the top of the Calcio ranking.
The start of the match was quick and exciting at the same time, after Ivory Coast’s Franck Kessé, Milan’s player, committed a mistake that cost his team a penalty kick, which Turkish Hakan Calhanoglu managed to score to give Inter an important lead in the match in the 11th minute.
The Turkish star lit the derby, after he celebrated the goal in front of the fans of his former team, who targeted him from the beginning of the meeting with whistles of boos, because they did not understand his departure towards his historical rival, and surrounded him since he entered the field.
Milan refused to accept the control of his opponent, so he succeeded in raising his level, relying on his Portuguese star, Liao, who was fast and got many violations that enabled Milan to adjust the result, after Dutch defender De Frey made a mistake in removing Tonali’s ball in the 17th minute.
Milan dominated the first half and was the most dangerous, while Inter relied on a quick attack that enabled it to obtain a second penalty, but the Romanian goalkeeper Tataroshanu succeeded in thwarting Lautaro Martinez’s attempt, and ruled the half to end with a 1-1 result.
Inter appeared at a better level during the second half of the match, and were close to taking the difference again thanks to Argentine striker Lautaro, who posed a great danger to Milan’s defense, taking advantage of Matteo Darmian’s work on the right flank.
The changes of coach Pioli gave a new impetus to the Milan attack, which tried to respond to the control of his opponent, but the consistency of the Nerazzurri defense prevented the Croatian Rebic from making the difference despite his high speed that caused difficulties for Barilla.
The match caught on at its end, as Milan this time was close to scoring on some occasions through its Algerian player Ismail Bennacer, who was pushed by the coach in the last minutes of the half, and he starred very remarkably, or the Swedish Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who came close to scoring a goal from a direct violation.
Milan was close to kidnapping the victory, after Belgian star Salemikres had a dangerous opportunity, but the post prevented him from scoring, and Casey failed to compensate his team for the penalty kick he caused after he shot by the goal.
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