SerieA: Bologna 1-3 Inter
Cambiasso’s 27th-minute free kick found Ranocchia well placed to nod home at the far post, the defender becoming the ninth different Nerazzuri player on the score sheet this season. Milito celebrated his 100th league appearance for the club by scoring the second after the break: an easy finish wrapping up a lethal counter-attack that passed from Handanovic through Gargano and Palacio. Bologna halved the deficit when Cherubin headed in Diamanti’s corner but Inter quickly restored their two-goal cushion as Cambiasso dinked over Agliardi following a neatly worked move involving Milito and Palacio. (via inter.it)
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Posted on October 30, 2012, in Serie A and tagged Alvarez, Cambiasso, Cassano, Football, Gargano, Handanovic, Inter, Juan Jesus, Milito, Mudingayi, Nagatomo, Nerazzurri, Palacio, Pereira, Ranocchia, Samuel, Serie A, Stramaccioni, Zanetti. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.