A fatal mistake threatens Inter Milan to lose the Italian League title

Inter failed to take the lead in the Italian football league at the expense of its neighbor Milan and put the fate of defending its title in his hands, after he fell yesterday against its host Bologna 1-2 with a slip from his goalkeeper in a match postponed from the 20th stage. Inter's balance froze at 72 points, two points behind His rivals Milan, four stages before the end of the season, to become in a disadvantageous position to defend his title as the Italian champion.

It was the Neratsori who opened the scoring through Croatian Ivan Perisic (3), before equaling the former Austrian Inter player Marko Arnautovic (28).

Nine minutes before the end of the match, a misunderstanding between Perisic and second Romanian goalkeeper Andrei Radu resulted in Nicola Sansoni scoring the winning goal (81), noting that the Slovenian goalkeeper and captain Samir Hindanovic was absent due to injury.

"It was an unfortunate mistake, but these things happen," said coach Simone Inzaghi, adding, "Radu is a great goalkeeper and he has a bright future ahead of him."

Perisic executed the ball from a throw-in towards his goalkeeper, who did not read it well and failed to clear it, so Sansoni snatched it in front of the goal by centimeters and populated the net (81).

"We must keep our heads held high. We received a hard blow, but you saw how Bologna played, every match was difficult and the difference of two points can be compensated for... We still have a chance."

Although things are mathematically in the hands of Milan, as if he wins his remaining matches, he will be crowned champion for the first time since 2011, but the confrontations awaiting him seem more difficult on paper than those of his neighbor.

On Sunday, Milan hosts Fiorentina, before it is a guest of Verona, to return to San Siro to meet Atalanta and conclude the season in the land of Sassuolo, the trap team.

As for Inter, he travels to Udinese before receiving Empoli to be a guest of Cagliari and end the season at home against Sampdoria, knowing that he is playing before the last two stages of the Italian Cup final against Juventus on May 11, in light of his quest for the local double.

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