In the 17th minute, Inter striker Edin Dzeko scored after Hakan Calhanoglu‘s shot had hit the post. Juventus had won their previous six games in all competitions, but they quickly fell behind. In the second half, the visitors heaped on the pressure in quest of an equaliser, but they appeared to be irritated after failing to produce any clear-cut chances.
Juventus steals a draw: However, a VAR review of an Inter’s Denzel Dumfries tackle on. Alex Sandro resulted in the referee pointing to the spot, giving Juve a lifeline. In the 89th minute, Dybala took advantage of a chance to equalize.
Inter were enraged by the decision, and coach. Simone Inzaghi was sent off for his protests, as they were forced to settle for a draw that left them in third place with 18 points, while Juventus ascended to sixth place with three points more.
Following a 0-0 draw on Sunday, Roma coach José Mourinho was sent off as his side ended Napoli’s pristine start to the season.
In addition, Roma made little impact in a hotly contested match. Tammy Abraham had the best of their chances in the first half, shooting wide from a strong position. As Roma labored in the second half. Mourinho’s frustrations became too much for him late in the game, and he was sent off for arguing with the referee.
At the death, Nigerian striker Osimhen thought he had won it, but his header was ruled out for offside. Therefore, Allowing Napoli to return to the top of the standings, ahead of Milan on goal difference.
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