Inter de Milán - Torino

4-2: Inter came from behind against Torino ahead of the game against Real Madrid

NEWS | 22/11/2020

A Lukaku brace and goals from Alexis and Lautaro saw the Whites next Champions League opponets get the win.
Inter Milan came from behind against Torino at the San Siro ahead of the game against Real Madrid in the Champions League (Wednesday 9pm CET). Antonio Conte's team were two goals behind before making it 2-2 thanks to second half goals from Alexis and Lukaku. In the last ten minutes of the match, a second goal by Lukaku and another from Lautaro turned the game around. Inter have now gone four games without losing in Serie A (two wins and two draws).
Torino took the lead on the stroke of half-time with a goal from Simone Zaza. Ansaldi made it 0-2 from a penalty awarded by VAR. Real Madrid's next opponents reacted immediately and two minutes later Alexis made it 1-2 when picking up on a loose ball in the penalty area. Shortly after, Lukaku equalised, set up by the Chilean. Inter continued to attack and in the final stages turned the match around when Lukaku converted a penalty in the 84th minute. There was still time for one more goal for Inter, as Lautaro netted in the last minute of the match.

Handanovic, D'Ambrosio (Lautaro, 65'), Ranocchia (Perisic, 74'), Bastoni, Hakimi, Gagliardini (Skriniar, 65'), Vidal, Young (De Vrij, 74'), Barella, Lukaku and Alexis (Nainggolan, 86').
2-Torino: Sirigu, Lyanco, Nkoulou, Bremer, Singo, Meite, Rincón (Edera, 85'), Linetty, Ansaldi, Verdi (Bonazzoli, 42') and Zaza (Millico, 93').

0-1 (min. 45): Zaza.
0-2 (min. 62): Ansaldi (pen).
1-2 (min. 64): Alexis.
2-2 (min. 66): Lukaku.
3-2 (min. 84): Lukaku, (pen).
4-2 (min. 88): Lautaro.