Results Italian League, Inter Milan Win over Promotion Team
Inter Milan grabbed a positive note in the 4th Serie A weekend – the Italian league’s top caste – in a 2-0 win over SPAL 2013 promotion team at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Sunday (10/09/2017).
Two Inter Milan winning goals scored by a Mauro Icardi penalty and a shot by Ivan Perisic.
Shown at home, Inter Milan looks superior with a record 64 percent mastery of the ball.
Inter also excel in the number of opportunities. They have 19 chances that seven of them are on target. The SPAL only has nine shots, only one that leads right into the target shoot.
Despite having many chances, new Inter broke the deadlock through Mauro Icardi’s penalty in the 27th minute, after Francesco Vicari broke Joao Mario in the restricted area.
Referee Claudio Gavillucci had stated that the offense was only fruitful free-kicks. However, his decision was revised by the court after a video referee assistant (VAR).
The match becomes more interesting after Inter winning 1-0. Both teams appear more attacking and able to endanger the opponent’s goal.
Inter new zoom advantage ahead of the game ended. Ivan Perisic’s hard volley from inside the penalty box utilizing Danilo D’Ambrosio’s cross was not anticipated by SPAL goalkeeper Alfred Gomis.
The goal is increasingly affirming the role of Perisic in the success of Inter. Together Icardi, the Croatian is always involved in eight goals scored Inter in the Italian league 2017-2018 so far.
This 2-0 victory managed to make Inter Milan keep the perfection of achievement points in the first three games.
The I Nerazzurri’s nine-pointed squad collected nine points and clung to Juventus’s position at the top of the standings with just one goal difference.
However, the position can still be displaced by Napoli, AC Milan, and Sampdoria, who also has never lost points and has not played the third week of action. (Verdi Hendrawan)
Inter Milan 2 – 0 SPAL (Mauro Icardi 27 ‘, Ivan Perisic 87’)
Composition of players:
Inter-Milan: 1-Samir Handanovic, 25-Joao Miranda, 37-Milan Skriniar, 29-Dalbert Henrique, 33-Danilo D’Ambrosio, 10-Joao Mario (77-Marcelo Brozovic 66 ‘), 20-Borja Valero (11- Matias Vecino 78 ‘), 5-Roberto Gagliardini, 9-Mauro Icardi, 44-Ivan Perisic, 87-Antonio Candreva (23-Eder Citadin Martins 88’)
Coach: Luciano Spalletti
SPAL: 1-Alfred Gomis, 23-Francesco Vicari, 15-Sauli Vaisanen, 21-Bartosz Salamon, 20-Luca Mora (88-Alberto Grassi 78 ‘), 28-Pasquale Schiattarella, 77-Federico Viviani (9-Federico Bonazzoli 85 ‘), 33-Filippo Costa, 29-Manuel Lazzari, 22-Marco Borriello, 43-Alberto Paloschi (7-Mirko Antenucci 66’)
Coach: Leonardo Semplici
Referee: Claudio Gavillucci