Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri discussed Inter’s tense 1-1 draw against Gian Piero Gasperini’s Atalanta in a post on his Twitter page earlier today.
The Milanese club took the lead against the Bergamo based side in the game, thanks to a 58th minute goal from 23-year-old Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, his second in two games.
The lead did not last long, as 25-year-old Russian forward Aleksei Miranchuk found an equaliser in the 79th minute, giving both teams something to ponder as they left with a solitary point.
Inter’s draw means that they are now seventh in the league table after seven games, having won only one of their last five games in the league.
Antonio Conte’s side have not impressed in Europe either, failing to win a single game in the Champions League so far, drawing to Borussia Monchengladbach and Shakhtar Donetsk and losing to Real Madrid.
Palmeri discussed the draw in a Tweet, saying:
“65 minutes of a horrifying Atalanta-Inter rewritten by the last 25 minutes of schizophrenia, Inter made great strides forward on a balance level but this time they gave away something on a personality level, feeling fear in the last 10 minutes.
“Atalanta finds themselves on fire but without moving.”
65 minuti di orripilante Atalanta-Inter riscritti dagli ultimi 25 minuti di schizofrenia: l’Inter fa grandi passi avanti sul piano dell’equilibrio ma stavolta cede sul piano della personalità prendendo paura negli ultimi 10 minuti.
L’Atalanta ritrova fiammate ma senza manovra
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) November 8, 2020