Sassuolo is the new leader in the Serie A for a few hours in any case. The Northern Italian formation won 0-2 at Hellas Verona on Sunday. Internazionale turned a 0-2 deficit at home against Torino into a 4-2 victory.
Inter bends behind against Torino
A few minutes before half-time, Sassuolo took the lead at Hellas Verona via a goal by Jérémie Boka. The Ivorian curled the ball beautifully in the right corner. Fifteen minutes before the end, Domenico Berardi doubled the margin with a hard long shot.
Thanks to the victory, Sassuolo is the leader at least until 10.30 pm. The team of coach Roberto De Zerbi is one point ahead of number two AC Milan, which will visit Napoli at 8.45 p.m.
AS Roma is also one point behind Sassuolo and occupies third place. The Romans were 3-0 too strong for Parma at home thanks to two goals from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and a goal from Borja Mayoral. Rick Karsdorp completed the ninety minutes with the home team.
Romelu Lukaku scored twice on behalf of Internazionale. (Photo: Pro Shots)
Inter had a particularly difficult time with Torino in Milan. The formation of coach Antonio Conte was 0-2 behind by goals from Simone Zaza and Cristian Ansaldi (penalty).
After more than an hour, Alexis Sánchez took care of the tying goal, after which Romelu Lukaku gave Inter the lead. The Belgian took care of the equalizer halfway through the second half and used a penalty in the final phase. Just before time, Lautaro Martínez determined the final score.
Stefan de Vrij played the last fifteen minutes with Inter, which booked its first league victory in almost a month. The ‘Nerazzurri’ climb to a place in the sub top.
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