INTER MILAN’ overcame Empoli 4-2 on their home turf, courtesy to an own goal from Romagnoli, a double from Lautaro Martinez, and a goal from Alexis Sanchez.

Watch the goals of the Inter vs Empoli match


In their final sprint, INTER MILAN’ did not say their last! The Lombards showed

excellent mental powers to win at home against Empoli on the thirty-sixth day of

Serie A. (4-2). With a 2-0 lead in the 28th minute of play, Simone Inzaghi’s men

gave themselves a chance to win this match owing to a strong offensive force

led by Lautaro Martinez, who scored twice. Inter briefly takes the lead in the Italian league

with this new victory, putting pressure on AC Milan, who visit the Hellas Verona turf this

Sunday. One thing is certain: stopping Inter from succeeding will be extremely difficult.

Simone Inzaghi could rely on shining statistics before starting this match versus Empoli.

Since his debut as a coach, the Italian had won all of his seven Serie A matches against the

Tuscans. However, the former Lazio mechanic quickly recognized that this ninth opus

would be everything but easy. Former Inter center-forward Andrea Pinamonti took

advantage of a cross from Szymon urkowski to open the scoring with a brilliant deflection

following a tackle in the first minutes of the game (5th, 0-1). inter became more incisive

as a result of his pride, but Denzel Dumfries saw Guglielmo Vicario begin his festival

(22nd). Empoli’s icing on the cake:



Certainly, Inter has recovered in the direction of travel and has never doubted its potential

to come back to score despite being mathematically second in Serie A two points behind AC

Milan with one game more. However, Federico Di Marco pushed Simone Romagnoli to the

brink with an own goal from the left flank (40th, 1-2). Likely Empoli conceded a second goal

right before the halftime after a recovery from Lautaro Martinez on a Hakan alhanolu effort

(45th, 2-2). Despite a fifteen-minute break, Vicario salvaged the day by diverting the

recovery of Ivan Perisic (45th + 2), but the Milanese heat never left the enclosure again.

Despite a series of remarkable stops from Vicario ahead of Perisic (50th), Di Marco (52nd),

alhanolu (62nd), Dumfries (63rd), and Martinez (64th), the Tuscan goalkeeper was unable to

prevent Inter from conceding the vital third goal, allowing Inter to win at home. Martinez

offered himself a double with a new powerful recovery, driving the interist public insane

(66th, 3-2). Inter will have scored 37 goals in all, with 10 shots on target! Vicario kept the

damage to a minimum, but the nerazzurra tornado was too powerful tonight. After entering

the game, Edin Dzeko hit the post (92nd) before setting up Alexis Sanchez for the game-

winning goal (94th, 4-2). This Inter is just too powerful.

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