Inter Milan 1-0 Torino: Marcelo Brozovic steers the ball home in the 89th minute to snatch dramatic win after goalkeeper Samir Handanovic had denied visitors with several saves
- Inter struggled without the services of injured forward Romelu Lukaku
- Inter goalkeeper Handanovic made several fine saves to deny the visitors
- Brozovic steered the ball past keeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic in the 89th minute
A late goal from Marcelo Brozovic gave Inter Milan a 1-0 win at home to Torino in Serie A on Saturday but they also had to thank goalkeeper Samir Handanovic who made several fine saves.
Croatian midfielder Brozovic managed to steer the ball past Torino keeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic from inside the area in the 89th minute after a through ball from Nicolo Barella.
Inter are now in third place with 12 points from six games, two points behind leaders Napoli who beat Spezia 1-0 on Friday.
A late goal from Marcelo Brozovic gave Inter Milan a 1-0 win at home to Torino on Saturday
Inter were without the services of injured forward Romelu Lukaku and struggled to score against a solid Torino defence.
The game was even in the first 20 minutes with Torino creating several chances while Inter were trying to gain momentum for counter-attacks.
Nikola Vlasic almost put Torino ahead in the 20th but his shot was saved by Handanovic.
Brozovic managed to steer the ball past keeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic from inside the area
Torino started the second half aggressively with several chances against a passive Inter defence. Handanovic came to the rescue several times with superb saves.
Milan Skriniar could have put Inter in front with a header in the 75th, but Milinkovic-Savic managed to keep it out.
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