Serie A's top goal-scorers meet as Inter visits Torino
Mar 28 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Joe Hart made two errors that led to goals in Torino's 2-2 draw against Inter Milan at Olimpico di Torino last night.
There were goals expected in this fixture and neutrals were not disappointed, as there could comfortably have been many more than these four. The chance fell to Antonio Candreva, who buried the shot into the empty net to level the score in the 62nd minute.
Daniele Baselli levelled for Torino just six minutes later, and Torino looked on their way to an upset when Afriyie Acquah beat Samir Handanovic in the Inter net with a superb strike from distance on the hour.
The match had been hyped as a fight between Serie A's top goalscorers.
"We need to prepare for the final sprint, win as many matches as possible and then see where we are at the end", he added.
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The point takes Inter up to 55 points, but they remain in fifth and five behind Napoli, who now occupy third ahead of their match at Empoli on Sunday. Torino and Italy forward Andrea Belotti led with 22, two more than Inter captain Mauro Icardi.
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Inter did go in front in the 27th minute when Kondogbia's effort squirmed between Hart's hands.
It didn't take long for Inter to show some defensive weaknesses of their own as just six minutes later, a whipped corner was flicked on to Daniele Baselli to head home completely unmarked, leaving Handanovic to question his players. Mati Fernandez scoring his first goal for Vincenzo Montella's side - a delicious lob after lightning interplay with Gianluca Lapadula in the 33rd minute.
It secured Milan their fourth win in their last five league games and lifted them up one place to sixth in the table, one point behind arch rivals Inter, who drew at Torino.