Goals in Final Minutes Make Inter’s defeat of Torino
Milan – Inter Milan have to swallow the bitter pill when host Torino at the Giuseppe Meazza. Emiliano Moretti scored in stoppage make the Nerazzurri defeated by a score of 0-1.
In Serie A weekend of the 20th, Sunday (01/25/2015) night, Inter appear dominant. According to Whoscored, Inter make 14 shots but only two that leads right into the goal and controls 62.9 percent of the ball possession.
Meanwhile Torino also has two on goal from a total of 9 shots. The match is likely to end in a draw until Moretti scored in the 94th minute while providing three points for Il Toro.
These results make the position Torino climbed to 12th place with 25 points. Meanwhile Inter stuck at No. 9 with 26 points, equal to that of AC Milan in the 10th position.
Playing at home and dominated the game from the start, Inter difficulty penetrating the tight defense Torino.
Toughness Daniel Padelli also be the reason why Lukas Podolski and Mauro Icardi difficult to make a goal. Opportunity Podolski in the middle innings was ignored by Padelli.
Then there are two chances of Icardi, one of them through a header in the 39th minute but the ball was wide of the target.
Score 0-0 then send both teams entered the locker room.
In the second half Inter still dominate. Opportunities come by Podolski in the 51st minute but his hard shot can still be met Padelli.
In the 74th minute Rodrigo Palacio crossing towards the penalty box but Icardi unable to reach it. The ball just rolled to the side without the Inter players are welcomed. Odonkor could reinstate the ball into the face of goal but Palacio could not control it well.
Preoccupation attack Inter even conceded a goal in the final minute of the second half injury time. From a corner kick, the ball perfectly Moretti and pierced goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Torino went home from the Giuseppe Meazza with a 1-0 victory.
Inter: Handanovic; D’Ambrosio (Shaqiri 56 ‘), Vidic, Andreolli (Ranocchia 44’), Obi; Guarin, Kuzmanovic; Palacio, Kovacic, Podolski (Donkor 66 ‘); Icardi
Torino: Padelli; Maksimovic, Glik, Moretti; Darmian, Benassi, Gazzi, Farnerud (El Kaddouri 66 ‘), Molinaro; Martinez (Maxi Lopez 58 ‘), Quagliarella