Inter Milan 1-1 Slavia Prague: Inter substitute Nicolo Barella scores stoppage-time equaliserCat:未分類

Our partners use technology, such as cookies, and accumulate surfing data to give you the best online experience and to personalise the information and advertisements shown to you. Please let us know whether you agree. Inter Milan substitute Nicolo Barella scored a stoppage-time equaliser to refuse Slavia Prague their Champions League group triumph. It was Stefan p Vrij and Danilo D’Ambrosio who went alongside the Serie A leaders although the side have reached the group stage for the second time. If the scoring started yet the lead was deserved by Slavia. But first in the eight minutes of time, Barella hit the crossbar. Slavia goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar then produced a fine reflex save to keep a Romelu Lukaku header right at the end, for offside, even though the flag had gone up. Three-time European champions have to have taken the lead whether fellow defender D’Ambrosio headed straight at Kolar, together with De Vrij heading over. While protagonist Samir Handanovic was fortunate to be given a free-kick later being caught in possession within his own box by Nigerian forwards Olayinka, 39, inter striker Lautaro Martinez also taken narrowly wide in the first half. Kolar blocked a close-range shot in the beginning of the second half by Martinez, as Handanovic was analyzed by Nicolae Stanciu over from a variety also Slavia replied. The champions then produced a great move down the right, leading in the ball cutting back to Jaroslav Zeleny, also Olayinka fired the rebound into the roof of the net although the substitute’s low shot was spared by Handanovic at his near post. Lukas Masopust spurned a excellent opportunity to double the guide of Slavia as he chased over and a leveller was barely threatened by Inter before on-loan Cagliari midfielder Barella volleyed to the ground and the ball bounced through a bunch of figures and to the Slavia internet. Read more here: