Inter Milan out of Europe after 14 years

Inter Milan out of Europe after 14 years
Inter Milan out of Europe after 14 years

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With two goals from Marco Balotelli (penalty, in the minute 9; and the 57), plus those of the Ghanaian Sulley Muntari (at 33) and Frenchman Mathieu Flamini (51), Milan retained third place, with 68 points, four more than Fiorentina, who won in Siena (0-1) thanks to a goal from the Argentine Gonzalo Rodríguez in the minute 14.
With their loss on Tuesday against Chievo at home (0-1), Roma made life difficult with a view to playing in Europe next season, since Udinese and Lazio did not waste the opportunity and surprised at home, respectively, to Palermo and Inter, that in this way lost any option to enter European competition.
The Colombian Luis Muriel advanced, at minute ten, to Udinese, who won in Palermo (2-3) and Natale was allowed the luxury of missing a penalty after Fabrizio Miccoli achieved the local tie, at 34.
In the second half, Angella got the 1-2; the Uruguayan Abel Hernández tied the match, but, with three minutes to go, Moroccan Mehdi Benatia scored the definitive 2-3.
That leaves those from Udine fifth, with 60 points, in Europa League positions, to which the two capital teams still opt, Lazio y Rome, which are sixth and seventh, respectively, with 58.
Juventus, who had already secured their thirty-first league title ('Scudetto') The last Sunday, defeated Atalanta in Bergamo (0-1), thanks to a goal from Alessandro Matri, in the minute 18, in a day in which no local team managed to win.

Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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