Achraf and Alexis, decisive in Inter's 'crazy' victory

The Nerazzurri defeated Fiorentina 4-3, defeating Viola twice. Conte triumphed thanks to his boosters: Achraf (in his premiere) and Sánchez, both with assistance.

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Inter began their league with a triumph that their fans like. It was pure 'crazy' style that he gave the name to one of the club's anthems. The Milanese knocked down Fiorentina 4-3 in an unforgettable match, which Viola seemed to have in his pocket and which he lost at the last minute due to the revolting interisti.

La Viola, however, had made it clear that the Nerazzurri night was going to be difficult as soon as it began. On 3 ', a Biraghi cross bounced between Bonaventura and Kouame in the small area. The Italian gave the ball to the Ivorian, who pushed it unhurriedly into the empty gate.

Iachini's men had more chances for the 0-2 and the only scare the locals gave them was a penalty, due to a lack of Cáceres on Lautaro, which the referee canceled after reviewing the VAR images. Paradoxically, the Tuscans conceded the 1-1 moments before the break ... With a counterattack. Barella yielded to Lautaro, who at the edge of the area faced the viola behind and put the ball through the square.

El 'Toro', at the start of the second half, turned the tables with a personal move. He penetrated the area with force and his tenacity was rewarded as Ceccherini deflected his own shot at his own goal. There, at the worst moment of his team, the immense class of Ribéry appeared.

The 37-year-old Frenchman is like Ibrahimovic proof that quality has no age, and with two great assists for Castrovilli and Chiesa he led the Fiore comeback. There was half an hour left, but Conte had many weapons to change the game's script again.

The coach removed Eriksen (again disappointing), Young, Barella, Brozovic and Perisic, and put Vidal, Sensi, Nainggolan, Achraf and Sánchez. The last two were decisive: the ex-Madridista celebrated his Italian debut with an assist for Lukaku, who tied at 87 '. The Chilean, meanwhile, two minutes later put a perfect cross for D'Ambrosio's header, which was worth the final 4-3. Inter still have several defects, but also a certainty: their squad is long enough to dream again.



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