Inter’s goal after a great counterattack by Joaquín Correa and better definition by Lautaro Martínez

Inter, with a goal from Argentine Lautaro Martínez, beat Napoli 3-2 at home, one of the leaders along with Milan, and moved closer to the top of the standings.

In one of the five games that gave continuity to the thirteenth round of Serie A in Italy this Sunday, the former Racing Club de Avellaneda striker scored a beautiful goal, after a great counterattack organized by his compatriot Joaquín Correa.

Lautaro Martínez celebrates his goal against Napoli, one of the leaders of Serie a in Italy (EFE / EPA / MATTEO BAZZI)

Ran the minute 15 of the complement in the stadium Giuseppe Meazza, from Milan, and the game was won by the local by 2 to 1 thanks to the goals of the Turkish Hakan Calhanoglu and the Croatian Ivan Perisic, at 25 and 44 of the initial period, they had added for the visit the Polish Piotr Zielinski (17m PT).

PThat to have a corner in favor, Napoli could not regroup and suffered a great counterattack led by Correa, who ran from the crescent of his area to that of the rival, and that ended with assistance for his compatriot Lautaro Martínez, with impeccable definition crossed and flush so that the goalkeeper David Ospina could do nothing.

Although, the Belgian Dries Mertens (33m. ST) scored for one of the leaders of Calcio, the victory did not escape Inter, which has 28 points and is only four points from the top guarded by Napoli and Milan, who fell to Fiorentina in Florence 4-3.

For its part, Venezia, where Argentine Sergio Romero saved, beat Bologna 1-0 as a visitor, with the presence of his compatriot Nicolás Domínguez. In turn, Sassuolo and Cagliari equalized 2-2 and Sampdoria beat Salernitana 2-0 as a visitor. Later, Genoa faced Roma.

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The thirteenth day will be completed tomorrow with the matches Hellas Verona (the Argentine Govanni Simeone plays) against Empoli, at 2:30 p.m., and Torino (Cristian Ansaldi) against Udinese (Nahuel Molina, Nehuen Pérez, Roberto Pereyra, Fernando Forestieri and Ignacio Pussetto), at 4:45 p.m.




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