Inter were left reeling after they conceded in stoppage time to slip to a 2-2 draw against Monza in Serie A yesterday evening, on a night in which nothing seemed to go right for them.
As reported by FCInterNews.it, the Nerazzurri had events conspire against them at the U-Power Stadium, with a disallowed Francesco Acerbi goal the most significant incident of the match.
The defender looked to have put Inter 3-1 up after goals from Matteo Darmian and Lautaro Martinez, but referee Juan Luca Sacchi blew his whistle for a foul before the ball had crossed the line.
Though Roberto Gagliardini was adjudged to have fouled Monza defender Pablo Mari, replays showed that he was tripped by teammate Armando Izzo, but VAR was unable to intervene as play had already been stopped before Acerbi’s effort went in.
Elsewhere, Inter were unlucky to see Martinez hit the post after beating goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio, whilst Alessandro Bastoni also squandered a good chance to put Inter further ahead.
The bad luck culminated in Denzel Dumfries getting a deflection on a Luca Caldirola header in stoppage time to give goalkeeper Andre Onana no chance, as Monza snatched a late point.