SerieA: Chievo 0-2 Inter, 3 man defence brings 3 points
The coach had expected Chievo to provide a stern test and the hosts certainly got off on the right foot, Pellissier and Di Michele causing problems for Inter early on. Guarin responded for the visitors by fizzing an effort across the face of the goal before Pereira struck two minutes before the interval: Nagatomo’s cross left him with the simple task of tucking home from just yards out. An important goal for the Nerazzurri and the Uruguayan’s first for the club. Inter came out after the break with the bit between their teeth as Milito and Cassano linked up to good effect in the final third, while Marco Rigoni and Co. drew a couple of big saves from Handanovic. Cassano, set up by Gargano, made things more comfortable for Inter with a cool finish: his third in black and blue on his 300th Serie A appearance. (via inter.it)
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Posted on September 28, 2012, in Serie A and tagged Cambiasso, Cassano, Chievo, Football, Gargano, Guarin, Handanovic, Inter, Juan Jesus, Milito, Mudingayi, Nagatomo, Nerazzurri, Pereira, Ranocchia, Samuel, Serie A, Sneijder, Stramaccioni, Zanetti. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.