The harsh law of the former
Montella retrieves Pezzella and deploys Boateng alongside Church, Conte leaves out Godin then the rest of the training is inevitably the same. Start more tonic than the guests who at 8 'find the advantage: Brozovic's filter for Borja Valero who eludes with a fake Milenkovic and strikes Dragowski at the near post. The Spanish midfielder, one of the many ex of the race but certainly the most beloved, does not rejoice due to respect. The best of the purple is Dalbert, also former, but his crosses from the rebound are well controlled by the Nerazzurri defense, while it takes the best Handanovic who takes a shot from Badelj's distance from the intersection. Dragowski in the final part of time is no less so and with a big feline shot avoids doubling on a head whip of Lukaku, who just before had been offside in the action that led to Lautaro Martinez's 2-0, rightly Mariani canceled .
Vlahovic freezes Conte
In the second half, Chiesa after 12 'must raise the white flag, Vlahovic replacing the purple offensive unit. The problem is that Lirola, always well positioned on the right, does not guess a cross. The fortune of the Tuscans is that Inter is crushed too far (psycho-physical fatigue is felt) and wastes 2-0 with Lukaku who shoots Dragowski from a good position. The match therefore, even without great chances, remains alive and in the first of the 6 minutes of recovery Vlahovic flies from midfield to Handanovic, Skriniar decides not to spend the classic tactical foul and the young Serbian striker punishes the Nerazzurri with a great shot underneath intersection. It is a release for Montella that does not contain the exultation, an icy shower instead for Inter, who failed to overtake Juventus: the two teams are now together at the top of the standings at 39, attention to Lazio (33) engaged on Monday evening in Cagliari. To be warned of the warnings to Brozovic and Lautaro Martinez, both of them being warned, that they will miss the last match of 2019 against Genoa.FIORENTINA-INTER 1-1 (0-1)
FIORENTINA (3-5-2): Dragowski; Milenkovic, Pezzella, Caceres; Lirola, Pulgar, Badelj (21st Benassi), Castrovilli (39st St Eysseric), Dalbert; Church (13’st Vlahovic), Boateng. On the bench: Terracciano, Ceccherini, Ranieri, Venuti, Zurkowski, Cristoforo, Ghezzal, Pedro, Sottil. Coach: Montella.
INTER (3-5-2): Handanovic; Sticks (43'st Godin), De Vrij, Skriniar, D'Ambrosio, Vecino, Brozovic, Borja Valero (39'st Agoume), Biraghi; Martinez (39th Politano), Lukaku. On the bench: Padelli, Berni, Ranocchia, Lazaro, Dimarco, Esposito. Coach: Conte 6. REFEREE: Mariani from Aprilia.
NETWORKS: Borja Valero at 8 'and Vlahovic at 92'.
YELLOW CARDS: Brozovic, Bastoni, Badelj, Dalbert, Borja Valero, Martinez and Pulgar.
CORNERS: 5-1 for Fiorentina.
RECOVERY: 3 ′ and 6 ′.
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