November 13, 2020

Lazio forced Inter to draw 1-1 in Italian football league

Lazio forces Inter to draw 1-1

Lazio forces Inter to draw 1-1

Inter Milan dropped its initial points of the season as it attracted 1-1 at Lazio in Serie A on Sunday, in a match that saw both groups decreased to 10 men late on.

Earlier, Atalanta made it 3 wins out of 3 with a 5-2 success over Cagliari.

Juventus was meant to be playing Napoli yet Gennaro Gattuso’s team remained in Naples after two of its players tested positive for the coronavirus.

League authorities as well as Juventus have actually indicated that the game ought to have gone on, increasing the prospect of Napoli being handed a 3-0 loss by the league court for stopping working to reveal.

In Rome, Lazio was still smarting from a 4-1 defeat in your home to Atalanta as well as was beleaguered by injury issues.

It shed 2 more players to injury during the very first fifty percent and also acknowledged the opener in the 30th minute when Ivan Perisic reduced in from the left and also procured the ball to Lautaro Martínez who transformed and also terminated into the lower left edge.

Martínez has actually scored in all three of Inter’s matches this season.

However, Inter has actually been weak at the back in its opening up 2 games, yielding five goals, and its defense let it down once again as Sergej Milinković-Savić had the ability to head home Francesco Acerbi’s cross for the equalizer 10 mins right into the 2nd half.

Lazio forward Ciro Immobile, the league’s top scorer was sent 20 mins from time for striking Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal that showed up to drop substantially.

Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi was additionally shown a straight red card, with 3 minutes staying, for a comparable event with Lazio protector Patric.


Atalanta provided one more attacking masterclass, taking its tally to 13 goals in 3 games.

It was the league’s top scoring team last season with 98 goals.

Luis Muriel provided Atalanta the perfect start after just 7 mins and, although Diego Godin matched on his Cagliari debut, additional goals from Alejandro “Papu” Gomez, Mario Pašalić and also Duván Zapata placed the home side 4-1 up at the break.

João Pedro lowered the deficit early in the 2nd fifty percent yet Sam Lammers secured the match with his initial goal for Atalanta with nine mins remaining.