The Nerazzurri defeated the Tuscans thanks to goals from Akinsanmiro and Spinaccé. Kamate was eliminated in the final. Sassuolo defeated Sampdoria 4-3, tomorrow Atalanta against Lazio and Monza against Milan
Federico Dimarco, present in the stands of the Konami Youth Development Center (formerly Interello), will appreciate: Cristian Chivu’s Inter Primavera started the 2023/24 season well, beating Empoli in their debut by the same result ( 2:0). with which the “big boys” won against Monza in the first Serie A game. However, the heart split in two for Kristjan Asllani, watching along with Dima: the Albanian blossomed right at Empoli, the club with whom he won the Primavera Championship in 2021 by beating the Nerazzurri in the semi-finals after extra time, completely with goals of 2:2 in the 80th minute to extend the game. Under the eyes of Inzaghi’s two players, Inter won easily, with the final thrill when Kamate was outnumbered in the 85th minute and sent off, as well as a direct red card for a foul on Ignacchiti from behind.
A tarnish, that of the 2004-born Frenchman, marring an excellent individual performance: it is he who gives Akinsanmiro the assist for the goal that decides the game with an extraordinary tear down the right flank in first-half injury time. Goal scored after an even first half with few chances: For the 18-year-old Nigerian, who faced rivals Real Madrid in January, it’s his first joy at the Nerazzurri. Day of firsts: The double was signed by Matteo Spinaccè, born in 2006, who needed four minutes – scoring in the fourth half of the second half after coming on as a half-time substitute – to nett his debut in Primavera . He also headed in from a corner by Aleksandar Stankovic. Striker Spinaccé has had a 17-goal season with the Under-17 side: he’s a man to watch.
the other game
Spinaccé even missed the brace, fifteen minutes after the 90th minute the post hit. Then both sides started to run out of oxygen: first Ignacchiti risked the red light for a hard foul on Cocchi, then Kamate ‘retaliated’ by mowing down the Empoli midfielder from behind. An episode that did not affect Inter’s performance, defeating Mr Birindelli’s first Empoli, who replaced Buscé in the summer. It was a spectacle in the other game of the day: Sassuolo beat Sampdoria 4-3 after being down 3-2 at the break, second-half goals from Parlato and Russo (penalty) decisive. Two more games are scheduled for tomorrow: Atalanta-Lazio at 11am and Monza-Milan at 4.30pm.
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