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  • Palermo 4-3 Inter: Milito,Micolli double, Pinilla superb-strike, Forlan first-scored

    Had two times in a superior position thanks to goals from Diego Milito, Inter Milan were forced to give up 3-4 by Palermo in Serie A, the Renzo Barbera, Sunday (09/11/2011). Inter scored the third goal through Diego Forlan, in injury time. Debut goal for Forlan.

    The Game

    The first goal of this game was created by Diego Milito in the 34th minute. Goals stems from long-distance shot Dejan Stankovic to the right corner of the goal. The ball then turned into the middle of the goalkeeper Alexandros Tzorvas, after hitting Milito, who was standing in front of the right goalpost mast Palermo.

    Goals that are so meaningful to Inter, considering they had trouble developing the game and more often threatened conceded, in the first 20 minutes. During that period, Palermo release at least five accurate shots and Inter just reply through the execution of Mauro Zarate in the sixth minute, which misses the mark.

    Later, in addition able to reduce the onslaught of the host, Inter began to consistently create a threat. Before the goal Milito, Inter releasing at least three shots without reply, which unfortunately misses the mark.

    Inter looked more confident after being in a superior position. However, Palermo did not stay silent and try to retaliate. Both sides also exchanged threats several times. However, no new goals created until the halftime whistle sounded.

    Entering the second half, Palermo kicked off with a quick attack that led to an equalizing goal from Fabrizio Miccolli position in the 47th minute. Having mastered the bait Edgar Barreto, Miccolli dribbled into the penalty box and in the Guard Lucio, Julio Cesar conquered.

    Inter reacted retaliate with an attack that led to a shot Diego Milito, who had deflected off the field by Giulio Migliaccio.

    Less than a minute later, Inter awarded a penalty, following a breach Matias Silvestre to Walter Samuel

    Milito is believed to execute to send the ball into the middle of the goal. Alexandros Tzorvas who dove to the right side can not do anything to prevent the ball into the net.

    Advantage did not last long. In the 50th minute, the host re-equalized by Abel Hernandez. Having mastered the bait Josip Ilicic in the penalty box, Miccoli's goal sent the ball forward. Hernandez grabbed him by the right-foot shot, which makes the ball nestled in the middle of the goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

    Inter tried to regain the advantage by launching an attack that led to a series of shots of Milito and Wesley Sneijder in the 56th minute and 57th. While Milito missed shot, execution Sneijder well anticipated by Tzorvas.

    Draw the position to make both sides maintain their aggressive game. Cesar and Tzorvas seemed to fall up to save their goal. Assault won by the mutual action of Palermo, who managed to seize Miccoli excellence through superb free kick in the 85th minute.

    Palermo increasingly outpacing the visitors, after Mauricio Ferreira Pinila fired remotely accurate, that is not driven Cesar, in the 88th minute.

    Before dispersal, Inter reduce the gap through Forlan. He was conquered Tzorvas by the use of Sneijder bait breakthrough .

    Inter attempted utilizing the remaining time to catch up. However, they failed and returned to Milan with nothing.

    Team Line-up:
    Palermo: Alexandros Tzorvas; Giulio Mugliaccio, Auguste Matias Silvestre, Federico Balzaretti, Eros Pisano; Francesco Della Rocca (Afriyie Acquah 46), Edgar Barreto, Josip Ilicic (Nicolas Bertolo 69), Edgar Alvarez; Fabrizio Miccoli, Abel Hernandez ( Ferreira Mauricio Pinilla 74)

    Inter: Julio Cesar; Walter Samuel, Javier Zanetti, Lucio; Esteban Cambiasso (Ricardo Alvarez 72), Dejan Stankovic, Yuto Nagatomo (Joel Chukwuma Obi 62), Jonathan; Diego Milito, Diego Forlan, Mauro Zarate (Wesley Sneijder 34)


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