Antonio Candreva and Mauro Icardi thought they’d given Inter the Derby della Madonnina, but Milan’s incredible comeback at the 97th minute made it 2-2.
This was a momentous Derby, as this week Yonghong Li completed the takeover of Milan, ending the 31-year reign of Silvio Berlusconi.
It was a suitably spectacular match for the occasion, as Inter took a 2-0 lead in the first half through Antonio Candreva’s lob and a Mauro Icardi tap-in.
However, Milan poured forward towards the end of the game to set up a dramatic finale with Alessio Romagnoli volleying in Suso’s cross.
A corner with the last kick of the game saw Cristian Zapata acrobatically turn on the underside of the bar and goal-line technology confirmed it had crossed over.
Just like earlier this season, when Inter came back to draw 2-2 in stoppages, the Milan Derby ended in a stalemate.
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