Marcelo Brozovic of Inter scored the game’s decisive goal


With the scores tied at Inter Milan going into the last games of the weekend, it looked like Torino had done enough to clinch fourth place in Serie A. However, Marcelo Brozovic’s goal for Inter in the 89th minute gave them a thrilling victory. With the victory,

Inter moves up to third place, while Torino drops to eighth.

Torino suffered late heartbreak

when it seemed they had done enough to clinch fourth place in Serie A heading into the weekend’s remaining games,

with the scores tied against Inter Milan.

Internazionale – Torino Played on 09/10/2022

Marcelo Brozovic of Inter, however,

scored the game’s decisive goal in overtime in the 89th minute. Inter moves up to third after the victory, while Torino drops to eighth.

Midway through the first quarter,

Samir Handanovic spectacularly blocked a low shot from Torino’s Nikola Vlasic.
After the resumption, the away team,

without coach Ivan Juric due to pneumonia, appeared to have the advantage,

but Handanovic stopped them.
Late in the game, the hosts finally found another gear,

as Martinez headed just wide before Brozovic scored just before the buzzer.
Inter climbs to third place in the standings after a result,

two points behind the leader. Torino is in eighth place, two points further back.

Inter’s next match is a Tuesday Champions League match against Viktoria Plzen,

followed by a Sunday Serie A match against Udinese. Sassuolo will play against Torino on Saturday night.

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Inter ends a trying week strong. The figures were not promising going into the match,

thus Inzaghi and his team were expected to perform.
Fans were growing impatient since the Nerazzurri had lost back-to-back games for the first time since February and the season had generally started slowly.
The method of such late victory can frequently serve as the foundation for improvement,

and Inzaghi will undoubtedly hope that this is the case.
The home team had much more urgency in the closing minutes,

so the Inter manager made full use of his bench to get the outcome he desired.

Torino will regret a squandered opportunity since they consistently outplayed Inter but were unable to get past the goalkeeper.
Athlete of the game
Isa Handanovic (Inter Milan). After being benched against Bayern,

the seasoned goalkeeper made his way back into the lineup and put up an outstanding performance. At 0-0,

the 38-year-old produced several crucial saves that laid the groundwork for the late victory.


Inter Milan defeated Torino 1-0 at home in Serie A on Saturday thanks to a late goal from Marcelo Brozovic,

but they also had to give goalkeeper Samir Handanovic credit for many outstanding saves.

In the 89th minute,

following a through ball from Nicolo Barella, Croatian midfielder Brozovic was able to direct the ball past Torino goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic from inside the box.

Marcelo Brozovic,

With 12 points from six games, Inter are now in third position,

two points behind leaders Napoli, who defeated Spezia on Friday.

Romelu Lukaku was injured,

which made it difficult for Inter to score against a strong Torino defence.

with Marcelo Brozovic,

The first 20 minutes of the game were evenly matched,

with Torino creating several chances and Inter attempting to build momentum for counterattacks.
In the 20th minute, Nikola Vlasic came close to giving Torino the lead,

but Handanovic blocked his shot.


With multiple opportunities against a sluggish Inter defence,

Torino came out strong in the second half. Several times, Handanovic saved the game with outstanding saves.

Milan Skriniar had a chance to give Inter the lead with a header in the 75th minute,

but Milinkovic-Savic stopped it.
As the game carried on, Inter also made a danger,

with Lautaro Martinez skimming the woodwork, Milan Skriniar’s header, and Federico Dimarco’s cross deflecting onto the upright.

Drama also occurred when Sanabria’s

straight red card for elbowing Hakan Calhanoglu was changed to a yellow card following a VAR review.

When Brozovic met a ball over the top from Nicolo Barella in the waning seconds,

Emirhan Ilkhan was caught off guard.


Samir Handanovic put up a strong individual performance for the Nerazzurri,

while Lautaro Martinez and Milan Skriniar came close for the home team after the break.

And two minutes from time,

Brozovic displayed a clinical touch to save his side’s face,

rewarding their effort throughout the second half.

Before the break,

the Nerazzurri had few and far between clear-cut opportunities, with Martinez missing a few long-range attempts.

In fact, within the first 45 minutes,

the visitors created the biggest opportunity. Only Handanovic’s feet from a distance of 12 yards kept Nikola Vlasic from advancing into the penalty area for Inter.

When given room in the middle of the field,

Brozovic tried his luck from 30 yards out,

but his shot was always rising and did no damage to Vanja Milinkovic-Savic in the Torino goal.
As Antonio Sanabria nearly put the visitors ahead early in the second half, Inter rode their luck. Unmarked in front of goal,

the Paraguayan connected with a cross from the left,

but Handanovic stopped his header with an incredible diving stop.


Minutes later,

the Torino forward nearly received a red card for catching Hakan Calhanoglu with his forearm while fighting a header. However,

the referee reversed his decision after being told to go to the pitchside monitor.

but his shot was always rising and did not affect Torino goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic.

As Antonio Sanabria came near for the visiting team at the beginning of the second half, Inter rode their luck.

The Paraguayan connected with a cross from the left unmarked in front of goal,

but Handanovic stopped his header with an incredible diving stop.

Minutes later,

the Torino forward almost received a red card for catching Hakan Calhanoglu with his forearm while fighting a header,

but the referee was summoned to the pitchside monitor before changing his mind.


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