Competitive Soccer Serie A Serie A Italian counterpart during the “Python” Inter Milan meet Genoa at the Giuseppe’s Piazza on Saturday night, August 21, 2564
Start the game just six minutes the hosts. Came to get a corner kick. Hakan Calhanoglu opened long into the penalty area. Milan Skriniar took a full head hit, sent the ball into the net. Inter Milan led 1-0
In the 14th minute
“Python” Continue the game forward Nicolo Barella short flow for Hakan Calhanoglu to bounce. With Edin Dzeko before setting up a fortress from the front of the penalty area. In
the 24th minute, the hosts almost got a goal away from Matteo Darmian opened the ball in front of the penalty area, Edin Dzeko caught the ball and pulled the trigger with the right. The ball passed through Salvatore Sirigu’s hand. Unfortunately, the first half ended with Inter leading 2-0.
Returning to play in the second half in the 56th minute, the host sent the ball into the bottom of the net from Hakan Calhanoglu, but the referee refuse. Because it was seen that Ivan Perisic was already offside in
The 63rd minute
Noa got some chances, Goran Pandev steered the ball up front before passing it to Nicolo Rovella, looking at the trigger from 25 yards, the ball was straight from Samir Handanovic, easily accepted into the envelope.
In the 74th minute, “Python” does not play the game against Nicolo Barella, collecting the second ball before it flows to Arturo Vidal, the reserve falling down, hitting the net, leaving Inter to 3-0.
The 87th minute
The hosts continued on Arturo Vidal, opening the long ball into the penalty area for Edin Dzeko to take the header into the net, and Inter led the farthest 4-0,
finishing the game, “Python” Inter Milan opened. Home chasing Genoa 4-0 collecting three points for the start of the new season beautifully. Ready to lead the crowd immediately Lineups
Of both teams
Inter Milan (3-5-1-1): Samir Handanovic, Alessandro Bastoni, Stefan de Fry, Mi. Lan Skrinnier, Matteo Darmian, Nicolo Barella, Marcelo Brozovic, Stefano Sensi, Ivan Perisic, Edin Che. Koh, Hakan
Calhanoglu Genoa (3-5-2): Salvatore Sirigu, Cinho Vanensden, Davide Biraschi, Domenico Criscito, Ernani, Milan Badelj, Stefa. No Sturaro, Nicolo Rovella, Andrea Cambiaso, Goran Pandev, Yayah Callon