Madness in Florence: Jovic’s great goal in 90′, Inter wins in 95′

Inter triumphed at the Franchi in Florence after 96 unforgettable minutes, with seven goals, controversies, great performances and Jovic’s comeback in style, author of a great goal (the first in Serie A since August) which, in the end, was useless.

That the match was going to be entertaining was clear very soon, as Barella took just over a minute to open the can. The midfielder chained his third consecutive goal receiving a through ball from Lautaro and that assistance was only the beginning of the Argentine’s great night. The tip, after, took advantage of a bad pass from the Viola, got rid of Martinez Quarta with a great dribble and scored the second.

La Fiore, who also lost Nico González (substituted by Ikoné) due to injury, was suddenly reborn thanks to a violent tackle by Dimarco on Bonaventura that the referee missed. The Valeri braid, after reviewing the images of the VAR, granted the maximum penaltybut, inexplicably, decided not to draw cards. Cabral materialized the penalty and La Viola began to grow, until achieving the well-deserved tie in the second half. Ikoné marked it with a beautiful personal move in which he dribbled past Acerbi and beat Onana with an unstoppable thread. From there, he went through everything in both areas.

Lautaro, knocked down by Terracciano in the area, forced and launched the penalty for 2-3, and Jovic reappeared in added time. The exmadridista, who had jumped onto the pitch in minute 53, put the boards at 90 ‘with a beautiful scissors after a corner from Terzic combed by Milenkovic. It was the fourth goal of his season, but it did not serve to get points. There were five minutes remaining, and there was time for another goal, the decisive one. As Fiorentina looked to make it 4-3, Inter activated a quick counterattack that ended with Venuti trying to clear a Barella cross and hitting Mkhitaryan, who scored in this way, with some luck, his first goal as an interista. Then follows the dark moment of the Tuscans, who barely won twice in this championship, and also the great Nerazzurri streak, which began with the first game against Barça. With this, There are already three consecutive victories in Serie A, where they march seventh. Inter’s comeback continues.


0-1, 1′: Barella0-2, 14′: Lautaro Martinez1-2, 32′: Arthur Cabral2-2, 59′: Nanitamo Ikone2-3, 72′: Lautaro Martinez3-3, 89′: Jović3-4, 94′: Mkhitaryan


Referee: Paolo Valeri
VAR Referee: Maurizio Mariani, Alessandro Costanzo
Acerbi (34′, Yellow) Bonaventure (34′, Yellow) dodos (37′, Yellow) Inzaghi (37′, Yellow) Sofia Amrabat (53′, Yellow) Barella (55′, Yellow) Nikola Milenković (78′, Yellow) Denzel Dumfries (87′, Yellow)

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