Win over Sampdoria, Inter Milan Forward Positive Trends
Inter Milan topple Sampdoria with a score of 3-2 in the tenth game of Serie A which took place at the Giuseppe Meazza. Mauro Icardi became the Nerazzurri star after scoring two goals against his former club.
Inter Milan open the opportunity in the fifth minute of the game. But the ball kick is still sideways from the goal Sampdoria. The same thing also experienced by Ivan Perisic at minute k-15 when the ball kick is still widening.
In the 18th minute, Inter Milan opened the scoring through Milan Skriniar after maximizing the chances of a corner kick.
The Nerazzurri had a chance to add a goal in the 29th minute, but Ivan Perisic’s effort thwarted the goalpost.
Inter Milan second goal created in the 32nd minute through the action of its flagship striker, Mauro Icardi. Goals from Icardi became the last goal in the first half. Inter Milan also closed the first half of the game with a two-goal advantage.
Ten minutes second half walk, Icardi again breaking into his former club. This time, Icardi gets mature from Ivan Perisic.
Sampdoria had silenced the host public in the 64th minute after David Kownacki netted goalkeeper Samir Handanovic. Score became 3-1.
Successfully scored one goal to make the spirit of the Sampdoria players again increased. Marco Giampaolo’s squad keeps pressing.
Sampdoria effort to fruition in the 85th minute, when Fabio Quagliarella header break Inter Milan goalkeeper.
The hosts had the opportunity to return to increase the advantage in the 87th minute, but Ivan Perisic kick hit the crossbar.
The game ended with a score of 3-2 for Inter Milan victory. These results make the Nerazzurri continue their positive trend in the 2017-18 season.
Composition of Players
Inter Milan (4-2-3-1): 1-Samir Handanovic; 33-Danilo D’Ambrosio, 37-Milan Skriniar, 25-Joao Miranda, 55-Yuto Nagatomo (21-Davide Santon 84 ‘); 11-Matias Vecino (10-Joao Mario 74 ‘), 5-Roberto Gagliardini; 87-Antonio Candreva, 20-Borja Valero, 44-Ivan Perisic; 9-Mauro Icardi (23-Eder Martins 87 ‘).
Coach: Luciano Spalletti (Italy)
Sampdoria (4-3-1-2): 1-Christian Puggioni; 24-Bartosz Bereszynski, 26-Matias Silvestre, 13-Gianmarco Ferrari, 29-Nicola Murru; 18-Dennis Praet, 34-Lucas Torreira, 8-Edgar Barreto (16-Karol Linetty 65 ‘); 90-Gaston Ramirez (9-Gianluca Caprari 46 ‘); 27-Fabio Quagliarella, 91-Daniel Zapata (99-David Kownacki 57 ‘).
Coach: Marco Giampaolo (Italy)
Referee: Marco Guida