Serie A: Radu’s huge mistake that could deprive Inter Milan of the title

The late 20th day of Serie A’s match between Bologna and Inter Milan could represent a real turning point in the race for the title. After a 2–1 loss to their opponents of the day, Interists lost valuable points in their battle with AC Milan, who have a two-point lead. The visiting team may regret the big mistake of their goalkeeper Andrei Radu.

Following the defeat of their runners-up Inter Milan on the lawn of Bologna (2–1), four days before the end of the Italian championship, AC Milan takes a real choice to regain the title of champion. It all started well for Inter’s players, who opened the scoring in the third minute through Ivan Perisic, the author of a fine strike at the entrance to the field.

But the locals came back to score in the 28th minute thanks to their striker Marko Arnatovic, who, receiving a cross, placed an unstoppable header for Samir Handanovi’s normal student Andrei Radu. In an obligation to take three points to keep the pressure on AC Milan in the classification, a major error by the Romanian goalkeeper at the end of the match who completely missed his control of the ball would deprive him of Serie A’s second potential snatch. Victory. And thus, let Nicola Sansone offer victory to his people.

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A complex program for AC Milan

Even though the blow puts the Rossoneri in a good position for the end of the season with two units but a low goal difference, the latter are not immune to experiencing the same misfortunes as their opponent. For good reason, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s teammates have a far from easy schedule, especially with clashes against Fiorentina, Atalanta and Sassuolo.

In contrast, Inter Milan have a less difficult schedule on paper, with protests against Udinese, Empoli, Cagliari and Sampdoria to finish the season. The suspense remains in the fight for the top of the points table.

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