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Inter lost the top spot in the league to city rivals Milan

Inter lost the top spot in the league to city rivals Milan

Inter Milan lost the lead in the Italian Football League to Milan on Saturday. Austria’s next Champions League rival, Salzburg, squandered a 2-0 lead against Bologna, and could only manage a 2-2 draw. Thanks to a 1-0 win over newly-promoted Genoa, Milan leapfrogged their city rivals and now hold a two-point lead. Juventus won the derby over Torino 2-0, and is four points behind third-place Milan.

A double strike from Francisco Acerbi (11) and Lautaro Martinez (13) put Inter on the right track early on. Bologna, eighth in the standings, returned thanks to Riccardo Orsolini (19th penalty kick/VAR) and Joshua Zirkzee (52nd). The Austrian duel was canceled because both Inter’s Marko Arnautovic and Bologna’s Stefan Bosch are still missing due to injury.

The winner of the Milan match was Christian Pulisic, who scored a good goal after a cross from his American compatriot Younes Musa (87). Milan goalkeeper Mike Magnin was eventually shown a red card after a video study (98), and striker Olivier Giroud was forced into the goal and also made a decisive intervention in a wild finish in the 104th minute. Federico Gatti (47) and Arkadiusz Milik (62) succeeded for Juventus in the City duel with Turin. Valentino Lazaro started on the left wing for the losing team and was substituted in the 84th minute.

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