Inter Milan came from behind to snatch Sassuolo 2-1 on Saturday night, beating league leaders Napoli.
The Nerazzurri turned the show into a bad first half, went into the break in the back – and was lucky enough to keep 11 men on the field. Milan Skriniar awarded Sassuolo a penalty in 22 minutes, knocking down Jeremie Boga, and Domenico Berardi sent off the practice to give strangers a chance to lead.
Edin Dzeko attached an attractive cross to Ivan Perisic to bend and return home equalizer, reviving the Italian champions in life. Dzeko was at the heart of the next move again, hitting Andrea Consigli on the ball and forcing Sassuolo’s goalkeeper to drop him inside the box.
Martinez scored five goals in six games as he received a penalty. It was 1-1 when Inter were awarded a penalty. Lautaro took it as he went to the left of the goalkeeper and the goalkeeper went the wrong way and Lautaro scored.