Inter Milan won at the Venezia headquarters in the continuation of the 2021/22 Serie A season. The Nerazzurri won 2-0 at the Stadio Pierluigi Penzo, Sunday (11/28/2021) night WIB.
Hakan Calhanoglu scored Inter’s first goal in the 34th minute. Lautaro Martinez then increased Inter’s advantage through a penalty in second-half injury time.
Thanks to this victory, Inter are still in third place in the standings with 31 points. While Venezia occupies the 15th position with a collection of 15 points.
So, what lessons can be learned from the Venezia vs Inter Milan duel? Check it out below, Bolaneters.
Closer to the Peak
The victory achieved by Inter Milan at the headquarters of Venice is very important. The additional three points saw the Nerazzurri close the gap with the rivals above them.
Inter are now just one point away from second-placed AC Milan and leaders Napoli. However, the two teams will only play tonight.
Milan will host Sassuolo and Napoli will visit Lazio. Inter of course hope both teams slip in order to get closer to the top.
Inter Milan was awarded a penalty towards the end of the match. The Nerazzurri were awarded a penalty after Ridgeciano Haps handball in the box.
The penalty was the fourth time for Inter in the last three games. La Beneamata were also awarded penalties against Napoli and AC Milan (2 penalties).
Inter have won six penalties in Serie A this season. They lost one penalty to Napoli.
Calhanoglu is suddenly keen to score goals
Hakan Calhanoglu has shown a slick performance lately. The Turkish midfielder was suddenly diligent in scoring goals.
Calhanoglu scored one goal in Inter’s 2-0 win over Venezia. It was his third goal in his last three games in Serie A.
Calhanoglu previously scored from a penalty in matches against AC Milan and Napoli. Now the 27-year-old has scored four goals in 14 games for the Nerazzurri.
Lautaro Martinez missed a penalty in the Milan derby. Inter in the end had to settle for a 1-1 draw against AC Milan.
However, Lautaro was able to forget his failure and make up for it in the match against Venice. He managed to carry out his duties as a penalty taker in the match.
Lautaro’s shot was able to outwit Sergio Romero. Thanks to his success in scoring from the spot, Inter won 2-0 at the Venezia headquarters.
Sergio Romero’s Heroic Action
If there is one Venezia player who deserves praise in this match, then the answer is Sergio Romero. The Argentine goalkeeper made a number of brilliant saves that managed to frustrate Inter Milan’s front row.
If it wasn’t for him, Venice might have lost by more than two goals. According to Whoscored records, the former Manchester United player made nine saves.
Romero managed to thwart several opportunities from Inter Milan striker Edin Dzeko. He also had time to stem the trials of Milan Skriniar and Federico Dimarco.