Inter and Barcelona ended 1-1 draw in a Champions League Group B match at the Giuseppe Meazza.
In front of the legendary rider Valentino Rossi, coach Ernesto Valverde gradually took the initiative in the fight, such as Luis Suarez and Usman Dembele, who did not hesitate to defend the guests, but the first half finished without goals.
The second part continued the dynamic pace of the game and the two teams broke attractive gaps in front of the doors of Mark André ter Stegen and Samir Handanovich. Malcolm, who had entered the reserve, was able to give a deposit to the guests seconds after entering the game in the 83rd minute, but a little later Mauro Ikardi equalized. The guest star, Lionel Messi, was not even registered in the reserves.
Thus, Barca is already looking at the 1/8-final of the tournament, with the team remaining in first place with 10 points, with 3 more than the second Inter. Tottenham is 4 points and PSV is the last one.
The two teams began to play after the first referee's signal. Matteo Politano started off with his team's head, and was awarded a penalty by Mauro Ircardi. However, the situation stopped due to the ambush. In the next attack, visitors sent their message with a powerful shot by Usman Dembele, weaned by Samir Handanovic.
12 minutes in, Ivan Rakitic put the ball right into the the back of the pitch. The Croat handed over to Luis Suarez won Milan Skirnir and shot at the door. But the ball went through the area.
In the 19th minute, Ivan Perisic broke from the left and threw a steep pass to the ground at Assamo Pier. Gaganese caught the ball in a difficult position and tried to direct her to the door but failed.
There were some very dangerous places in front of Hadanovic's door, which happened in just two minutes. The first Dembele threw the ball lightly on Suarez. Uruguay failed to control the ball, leaving the way to Sergi Roberto, who failed to return the passport from a small angle. Seconds after, Suarez had the opportunity to shoot at a very close distance, but he did it inaccurate.
Uruguay was irresistible and in the 42nd minute it lost again. A weighted ball from Shrikyner's body fell to the aggressor who threw it without thinking. But Handanowitz was still a pariah in his place. So the first half ended without goals.
In the second part the Catalans continued their aggressive game. In the 52nd minute, Philippe Coutinho scored dangerously and shot a good cross shot. Hantanovic, however, showed the class again and killed.
At the 65th minute Mateo Politano showed a good perception about the penalty spot and put himself above all by detecting the head-to-head. But the ball passed the right radius.
Four minutes later, Inter suffered a terrible attack, which ended with a diagonal shot at the Reserve Borja Valero. The ball, however, won Kleemann Lengerie's cricket and burst into a corner kick.
At the 83rd minute, the Malmö reserve gave the Catalonians a down payment after entering the game. The footballer rode dangerously in the penalty area and with a weak but accurate shot he sent the ball to the door.
In the 87th minute, Mauro Icardi was in the right place at the right time. The attacker conquered the ball in the penalty area and shot him low in the middle of the door, making it 1: 1.
Inter – Barcelona 1: 1
Top scorers: Malcom (83), Mauro Icardi (87)
Inter: (Mantine 85), Ningolan (Valerio 63), Politano (Candreea 81), Perisic, Varshalko, De Vray, Shkrinar, Asamoa, Vesino,
Coach: Luciano Spaletis
Barcelona: Terr Stegen, Roberto, Pique, Langley, Alba, Buscakes, Rakitic, Arthur (Vidal 72), Dembele (Malcom 81 & 39), Koutinho, Suarez
Coach: Ernesto Valverde
Milan, "San Siro" Stadium
Judge: Shimon Marcinak
Yellow Cards: Brozovich, Perisic (Inter); Ракитич (Барселона)