Turns out, Calhanoglu violated Inter’s Penalty Hierarchy for Milan’s “Pain”


Hakan Calhanoglu apparently violated Inter Milan’s penalty hierarchy to beat his former club, AC Milan , in the Derby della Madonnina . Hakan Calhanoglu contributed one goal when Inter Milan drew 1-1 with AC Milan in the match week 12 of the 2021-2022 Italian League at the San Siro, Monday (11/8/2021) early morning WIB. The Turkish playmaker beat AC Milan goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu with a penalty in the 11th minute. The penalty occurred after Calhanoglu was violated by AC Milan’s Franck Kessie in the forbidden box.

Six minutes after Calhanoglu’s goal, Inter Milan conceded to an own goal by Stefan de Vrij, who headed in Sandro Tonali’s free kick. The Nerazzurri were awarded another penalty in the 27th minute after Matteo Darmian was brought down by Fode Ballo-Toure.

This time, Calhanoglu did not take on the task of executioner. Inter’s penalty taker switched to Lautaro Martinez. However, kicking 12 fitting striker from Argentina can be thwarted Tatarusanu.

After the match, Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi explained about the decision to choose the penalty taker in the Milan vs Inter match . Apparently, Calhanoglu violated the hierarchy, aka the order of La Beneamata’s penalty takers, according to Inzaghi’s explanation.

“Our sequence of penalty takers is Lautaro, Calhanoglu and Perisic. Lautaro is the first,” said Inzaghi, as quoted by Tuttomercatoweb. “Tonight Calhanoglu took the first penalty because he wanted to beat his former club,” added the former Lazio coach.

Lautaro then executed the second penalty, but failed. We have a clear hierarchy,” said Inzaghi.The 27-year-old player contributed 32 goals and 48 assists during the red and black uniform. At the start of the 2021-2022 season, Calhanoglu defected to Inter Milan for free after refusing to extend his tenure at AC Milan .

Inter looked the more dangerous side in the second half, yet was unable to secure the victory.

Calhanoglu opened the scoring against his former club, earning a penalty from Franck Kessie before powering the spot-kick down the middle in the 11th minute following a lengthy VAR check.

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Milan then conceded a second spot-kick, with Fode Ballo-Toure scything Matteo Darmian down in the box, but Martinez stepped up this time and Tatarusanu produced a superb save from the striker’s well-struck effort in the bottom-left corner.

The Nerazzurri continued to push for a second after half-time and created a number of chances, including Calhanoglu’s fizzing effort across goal, which was missed by both Martinez and Edin Dzeko.

find a winner in the closing stages.