SERIE A | Udinese 3-1 Inter : Nerazzuri suffer a disappointing loss

Last Updated on 19/09/2022 by

After a rocky start to the season, Inter had a chance to enter this month’s international break on a strong winning streak after posting victories over Torino and Viktoria Plzen. However, it appears that these problems will persist into October after squandering an early lead in Udine.

Udinese 3-1 Inter

Inter was able to get off to the best possible start in the game. Nicolo Barella scored a stunning free kick from a distance into the top corner after only five minutes had passed. Against a team in form, Inter could have easily taken control of the situation with an early lead.

Inter responded to going up a goal by getting overrun in the midfield right away, much like the Milan derby. Every ball was first touched by Udinese, who made it a one-way game. No defence in the world can hold up under this kind of pressure. It is only a matter of time before the bending transforms into breaking when nobody in front of the defence can stop anything. Just after the 20-minute mark, Milan Skriniar scored the first goal by deflecting a Pereyra free kick into his own goal.

Simone Inzaghi became alarmed after the Udinese goal. His substitutions at the 30 minute mark may have been the earliest non-injury subs since de Boer substituted Mhkitaryan and Alessandro Bastoni against Bologna in September 2016 while they were both on yellow cards.

Roberto Gagliardini and Federico Dimarco’s introductions didn’t significantly alter the course of the game, despite the visitors creating plenty of half-chances. Despite the confusion, Inter was able to tie the score at 1-1 going into halftime.

Early in the half, Inter had several opportunities to retake the lead. One of those opportunities involved a header from Denzel Dumfries that narrowly missed the crossbar. Shortly after, Dzeko scored, but it was determined that he was offside.

After an hour, the team experienced yet another double switch when Danilo D’Ambrosio and Joaquin Correa replaced Dzeko and Matteo Darmian in the game. After this, the hosts started to retake control of the game.

10 minutes later, Handanovic saw Deulofeu’s shot hit the post, sparking a flurry of opportunities that were ultimately cleared. Chances started to pour in from Udinese, and only Handanovic was able to stop some of them.

7 minutes to finish the match, catastrophe struck. Jaka Bijol was in the right place at the right time to put a corner from Deulofeu into the back of the net. As Inter pushed for an equaliser, Tolgay Arslan, who was unmarked, headed in from close range with just seconds remaining in extra time. bringing an awful Inter performance to a close.

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