On Sunday, November 12, the match of the 12th round of the Italian Serie A took place in Milan at Giuseppe Meazza, in which Frosinone came to visit Inter.
But Eusebio Di Francesco’s team didn’t manage to have a proper visit. At the end of the first half, his players missed a goal that would be the highlight of the entire season.
Federico Dimarco was breaking through on the left flank and, being in the center of the field, he decided to take a shot that Stefano Turati was absolutely not prepared for.
And immediately after the break, Hakan Calhanoglu finished off the opponent by converting a penalty, after which the teams had only a few chances to score.
Thus, Inter extends its winning streak to four matches and regains the leadership of Serie A, beating Juventus by two points. Frosinone remains twelfth with 15 points.
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Statistics of the match Inter – Frosinone 12th round of Serie A
Inter – Frosinone 2:0
Goals : Dimarco 43, Calhanoglu 48 (pen).
Expected Goals (xG): 2.88 – 0.55
Ball possession: 46% – 54%
Beats: 21 – 12
Shots on target: 6 – 6
Fouls: 7 – 16
Inter : Sommer – Darmian, Acerbi, Bastogne – Dumfries (De Vrij, 61), Barella, Calhanoglu (Sensi, 81), Mkhitaryan (Frattesi, 69), Dimarco (Augusto, 81) – Thuram (Arnautovic, 69), Martinez.
Frosinone : Turati – Monterisi, Okoli, Marchizza – Oyono, Mazzitelli (Brescianini 33), Barrenchea (Caso 82), Lirola (Ibrahimovic 55) – Sule, Cuny (Sheddira 55), Reinier (Jorge 82).
Warning : Brescianini.
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