Inter travel to Marc Antonio Bentegodi to face Verona in Week 31 A league, Friday (7/10/2020) early morning hrs. The host immediately excelled when the game has been running for two minutes through Darko Lazovic.
Inter are more dominant, just rose in the second round. Antonio Conte’s men opened a total of 17 shots, compared to Verona, who only made eight attempts over 90 minutes.
They scored two goals after the break through Antonio Candreva (minute 49 ‘) and suicide Fedrico Dimarco (55’).
The victory that was before the eyes of Inter must disappear. Miguel Veloso scored five minutes before the game ended.
An additional one point makes Inter stuck in fourth with 65 points. Meanwhile, Verona in 9th position with 43 points.
The course of the match
Verona immediately surprised Inter by scoring a goal when the match was not even two minutes. Action Darko Lazovic from the left side can fool Milan Skriniar.
He stabbed into the penalty box and released a hard kick from a narrow angle. Samir Handanovic couldn’t control the pace. Goal! Verona leads 1-0.
Jolted by the host’s quick goal, Inter tried to attack. However, pressing the height applied by Verona made it difficult for them.
Nerazzurri often lose the ball in their own territory. This was used by Verona to launch a quick attack.
In the 19th minute, Verona almost doubled the advantage. Miguel Veloso fired hard from outside the box, but the ball still hit the left post of the Inter goal.
Verona pressure has not subsided. One minute later Federico Dimarco had room in the penalty box.
He kindly welcomed Sofyan Amrabat’s pass with a volley. Handanovic reacted swiftly until the Inter goal saved from being broken.
In the 29th minute, Inter got the chance of a free kick after Alexis Sanchez was fouled by Dimarco on the edge of the penalty box. Sanchez, who executes his own free kick, fired a measured shot. This effort was able to be ignored by Marco Silvestri.
In the last 15 minutes of the first half, Inter appeared dominant. However, the game Verona meeting made them fail to score a goal until the break.
Inter’s efforts to equalize finally came to fruition when the second half ran for four minutes. The Snake builds an attack well from the left side.
Ashley Young passes the ball to Romelu Lukaku in the penalty box. While turning around, he takes off a hard kick. The shot still hit the pole.
However, the throwing ball was immediately struck by Antonio Candreva. Goal! Inter leveled 1-1.
In the 55th minute, Inter successfully turned things around. Candreva again took the role behind his team’s goals.
The bait from the right side hit Dimarco. The ball that turns direction fools Silvestri. Goal! the ball rolled into Verona’s goal, Inter winning 2-1.
Antonio Candreva sent the ball about Federico Dimarco before breaking into the Verona goal (Photo by Marco Luzzani / Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images / Marco Luzzani
In the 82nd minute, Inter threatened through a counterattack. Lautaro Martinez shot up to the Verona penalty box.
He then shot the ball horizontally towards the goal of Verona. Silvestri still had time to spread his legs to block the ball.
Disaster was present for Inter five minutes before the match was over. Amir Rrahmani’s cross was met with a powerful cross from the right of Veloso on the Inter goal.
Handanovic did not react at all. Goal! the score changed 2-2.
In the rest of the match, no additional goals are created. A 2-2 draw ended the match at Marc Antonio Bentegodi.
Hellas Verona: Marco Silvestri; Amir Rrahmani, Koray Gunter, Marash Kumbulla (Alan Empereur 84 ‘); Davide Faraoni, Sofyan Amrabat, Miguel Veloso, Federico Dimarco (Claud Adjapong 66 ‘); Darko Lazovic (Valerio Verre 84 ‘), Matteo Pessina, Mariusz Stepinski (Samuel Di Carmine 54’).
Inter Milan: Samir Handanovic; Diego Godin, Stefan de Vrij, Milan Skriniar; Antonio Candreva, Roberto Gagliardini, Marcelo Brozovic (Matias Vecino 70 ‘), Ashely Young; Borja Valero (Christian Eriksen 88 ‘); Romelu Lukaku (Lautaro Martinez 77 ‘), Alexis Sanchez.