Inter were the first to score when at minute 11 of the first half, Greek midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu scored a penalty decreed in favor of his team and put the lead on the board.
AC Milan, local on this occasion, responded by advancing lines and six minutes later Stefan de Vrij, from Inter, scored on his own goal to decree an equalizer that throughout the duel would end up being immovable on the scoreboard.
There were several occasions for both teams and Inter had the most, also in the first half, when the referee decreed a second penalty in their favor, which the Argentine striker Lautaro Martínez crashed into the rival goalkeeper’s gloves.
After this parity, AC Mián reaches 32 points, equals with Naples but remains in second place in the League, having a lower goal difference than those in the south of the Italian peninsula.
For its part, Inter reaches 25 points and retains third place ahead of Atalanta (22), completing the quartet with a ticket to the Champions League so far.
In other results of the day, the leader Naples could not go from a draw to a goal against the competitive Hellas Verona, the targets were Giovani Di Lorenzo for the locals and Giovani Simeone for Verona, who in the final moments of the game had two players sent off.
Likewise, Udinese beat Sassuolo 3-2 and Bologna did the same with Sampdoria 2-1.
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