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szdaily -> Sports
Inter, Lazio win but AC Milan slumps
    2017-September-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AC Milan’s problems with consistency continued as a poor performance saw it lose 0-2 at Sampdoria in the Italian Serie A on Sunday.

Milan didn’t even have a shot on target as late goals from Duvan Zapata and substitute Ricky Alvarez condemned the Rossoneri to its second defeat of the season.

Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic pulled off a number of saves before a late goal helped the Nerazzurri secure a 1-0 win over Genoa, which ended the match with nine men.

Inter had lost its perfect record midweek in a surprise 1-1 draw against Bologna, so it needed a win to keep up the pressure on Napoli and Juventus.

It was Genoa that had the better of the chances, although Inter did hit the post through Marcelo Brozovic on the stroke of halftime.

However, Inter scored what was to prove the winner three minutes from time when Danilo D’Ambrosio headed in a corner.

Genoa players Stephane Omeonga and Adel Taarabt were shown straight red cards within minutes of each other in stoppage time.

Chinese-owned Milan slipped to sixth, six points behind leaders Napoli and Juventus. Inter Milan is two points below the top two, with Lazio three points further back after beating Hellas Verona 3-0.

There was a huge scare for Milan in the second minute as the referee awarded a penalty to Sampdoria for handball but changed his mind after video review, as Franck Kessie’s arm was against his back when it was hit by Ivan Strinic’s cross.

Sampdoria, still unbeaten after five games, had a number of chances before eventually breaking the deadlock in the 72nd when Milan defender Cristian Zapata inadvertently nodded an attempted clearance straight at his cousin and fellow Colombia international, Duvan Zapata, who fired it in from six meters.

Alvarez sealed the result in stoppage time, seconds after coming off the bench.

(SD-Agencies)

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