100 Percent Inter Milan Record Stopped at Bologna Headquarters

100 Percent Inter Milan Record Stopped at Bologna Headquarters

Inter Milan failed to continue the record 100 percent at the beginning of the 2017-2018 Serie A season. La Beneamata stumbled on Bologna’s headquarters. Come to Renato Dalla’Ara, Inter forced to draw 1-1, Wednesday (20/09/2017) pm dawn.

Although only won a draw, Inter now topped the Serie A standings with 12 points. But two of their rivals, Juventus and Napoli have not gone down in the fifth week of Serie A.

Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti lowered the composition of players almost as well as when they beat Crotone last weekend. Just make one change in the composition of the player that Yuto Nagatomo replace Dalbert.

Capital supported fans who crowded the Stadium Renato Dalla’Ara, Bologna able to provide a fierce resistance to Inter. They almost excelled in the eighth minute when Simone Verdi’s shot forced Inter keeper Samir Handanovic struggled to save him.

Verdi again got a chance to break Inter goal. This time his free kick can be thwarted by Handanovic

Bologna could finally win in 32 minutes. Verdi no longer wasted the opportunity he got. Verdi left foot shot from a distance of 25 meters can not dammed Handanovic.

Left behind one goal to make Inter appear more aggressive in the second half. Defender Joao Miranda almost equalized the score shortly after the break when his header was not denied by goalkeeper Antonio Miranta.

Inter escaped defeat after the referee pointed to the spot on 77 minutes. Thanks to VAR’s help, the referee claimed Ibrahima Mbaye broke Eder in the forbidden box.

Mauro Icardi who became the executioner well deceived Mirante to make the score 1-1. It became the sixth collection of Icardi’s six goals in Serie A this season.

Composition of Players:

Bologna: Mirante; Mbaye, Gonzalez, Helander, Masina; Donsah, Pulgar, Poli (Taider 72); Verdi, Petkovic (Okwonkwo 87), In Francesco (Palacio 74)

Inter Milan: Handanovic; D’Ambrosio, Skriniar, Miranda, Nagatomo; Vecino, Borja Valero (Gagliardini 86); Candreva (Brozovic 81), Joao Mario (Eder 49), Perisic; Icardi

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