Chris Smalling goal helped Roma come from behind to beat Inter Milan 1-2 with Paulo Dybala on target, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was a glorious first half encounter coming from both teams who gave it all their best in making sure they had something going in the game.
Inter Milan struck first in the 11th minute of the game but unfortunately it wasn’t meant to be as VAR had to call off the goal scored by Edin Dzeko with the scoreline staying 0-0.
The match carried on with Roma still failing to do the needful as Nicollo Barella set up Dimarco who converted and gave his side a 1-0 lead as the expense of the away team.
Paulo Dybala wasted no time from his end in leveling things 1-1 after a nice teamwork efforts which saw Spinazolla making the assist that saw things go back to level terms.
Nothing else happened as the match continued and came to an end in the first half with Inter Milan 1-1 Roma as they both headed inside for the break after 45 minutes played.
Second Half Report
So much more was seen in the second half which had the two sides fighting so hard to ensure they claim a result which will favor them.
Roma were offensive in the early stages of the second half which saw them committing more fouls and also had their players being cautioned with yellow cards.
There was still no way for Inter Milan or their opponent to take back the lead which saw them approaching the 70th minute mark with scoreline still 1-1 going forward.
Chris Smalling scored in the 75th minute to make it 1-2 for his side but it wasn’t just given as a go,al with VAR having to come into play before allowing it to stand for the away side.
That goal was the decider as Roma claimed a 1-2 win against Inter Milan after coming from behind to seal all three points against all odds.
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