Inter comeback from behind against Lazio and move to the fourth spot. Lazio were close to completing a double over Inter but the ‘Lu-La’ duo inspired a heroic comeback. Although Inter had a bright start to the game, a mistake from Acerbi in possession gave the visitors the lead around the half-hour mark. Inter had to chase Lazio, and fired three goals in the end as Lautaro scored a brace and Lukaku provided a couple of assists.
Inzaghi had to make some changes after the Juventus clash. Lukaku, Correa, D’Ambrosio, and Brozovic started this game to bring some fresh legs into the lineup. Provedel was tested by the Croatian midfielder early on. The Nerazzurri were in control, and Mkhitaryan found the net around the 25th minute. But the linesman spoilt the celebrations with a late off-side call for Correa.
The Biancocelesti scored against the run of play as Anderson dispossessed Acerbi. He played a one-two with Alberto to get the lead in the first half. The former Lazio defender got dispossessed again, and Immobile curled a shot towards the far post. Onana made an excellent stop to deny the Italian striker, and Anderson could not capitalize on the rebound.
Inter comeback 3-1 against Lazio at the Meazza
Inzaghi brought Dumfries to provide offensive impetus and replace D’Ambrosio, who was on yellow. Inter showed more intent in pressing while Lazio were comfortable with their mid-block. The Nerazzurri continued their domination, but Inzaghi had to bring Lautaro Martinez in search of an equalizer.
The Argentine added the clinical edge in attack as Inter finally found their equalizer. Gosens managed to slide the ball toward Lukaku. The Belgian striker was excellent with his hold-up play as Lautaro made the run behind. The ‘Lu-La’ combination worked again as the Argentine found the net.
Lukaku did not stop as he created another goal by finding Gosens making a run toward the far post. The Belgian striker’s vision was commendable, and his ball was perfect for the German defender to find. Lautaro sealed off the comeback after a poor backpass from Vecino. But Inter have to stay consistent if they want to cement their place in the top four.