At the start of the English week in Serie A there were no big surprises, although the favorite clubs had to expand a bit. On Tuesday evening, Inter Milan won 3:1 (0:1) at Fiorentina after falling behind, while Atalanta Bergamo – at least thanks to German national player Ruben Gosens’ early opening goal – 2:1 (2:1) against Sassuolo. Calcio won. In addition, FC Bologna and CFC Genoa were separated in 1893 in a 2-2 (0-0) draw.
From a German point of view, Gosens delivered the biggest event yet in the fifth round. Just three minutes later, the 27-year-old gave Northern Italy a 1-0 lead after preliminary work by Ruslan Malinovsky. For the EM driver in 2021, this was the first Serie A goal of the season. The other two hits of the game before the end of the first half were ultimately synonymous with the final score. First Davide Zappacosta (37) managed to increase the score to 2-0 before he tied Domenico Berardi (44) at least.
It was amazing for champion Inter Milan, who had to run behind in Florence, scored by Riccardo Sutil (23rd). In the second half, coach Simone Inzaghi’s team found their way into the match better and showed the qualities of a comeback. The goals of Inter’s fourth victory in the fifth league match (the tie) were scored by Matteo Darmian (52), Ene Dzeko (55), and former Bayern player Ivan Perisic (87). This means that the Nerazzurri remain top with 13 points for the time being – however, Napoli (12 points) could overtake Inter with their victory on Thursday (6.30pm) at Sampdoria Genoa.
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