Inter Milan 1-1 Slavia Prague: Inter substitute Nicolo Barella scores stoppage-time equaliser

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Inter Milan substitute Nicolo Barella watched a stoppage-time equaliser to refuse Slavia Prague only their second Champions League group win.
It was Danilo D’Ambrosio and Stefan de Vrij who went close for the Serie A leaders although the side have reached the group stage for the next time.
When the opened Nevertheless the lead was deserved by Slavia.
But first in the eight minutes of added time, Barella bundled in later Stefano Sensi’s free-kick struck the crossbar.
Slavia goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar then produced a fine reflex save to keep out a Romelu Lukaku header right at the end, although the flag had gone up for offside.
Champions must have taken the lead from two Sensi free-kicks, together with De Vrij heading whether fellow defender D’Ambrosio led at Kolar.
Inter striker Lautaro Martinez also taken wide in the first half whilst protagonist Samir Handanovic was lucky to be given a free-kick after being caught in possession within his own six-yard box with Nigerian forwards Olayinka, 23.
Kolar blocked a shot by Martinez at the start of the second half, as Nicolae Stanciu tested Handanovic over from a similar range, also Slavia responded.
The Czech champions then produced a fine move down the right, leading in Olayinka cutting back the ball to Jaroslav Zeleny, also although the substitute shot was spared by Handanovic at his near post, Olayinka fired the rebound.
Lukas Masopust spurned a wonderful opportunity to double Slavia’s guide because he fired over and a leveller barely jeopardized the ball bounced and till Cagliari midfielder Barella volleyed into the floor through a bunch of bodies and to the Slavia internet.
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