Inter won 2-0 over Bayern Munich in a game that was part of the International Champions Cup.
The Nerazzurri are the second team from Milan that got the better of playing with the Bavarians, following Ancelotti’s men 0-4 defeat against AC Milan a few days ago.
The game started off well for Bayern Munich as Franck Ribéry had a great chance to give his team the lead after a powerful shot, which was saved by the goalkeeper. Shortly after it was Inter’s time to shine, as Éder found the back of the net with a header after finishing a difficult ball from the right flank. The rest of the first half did not impress much as Ancelotti’s side had control of the ball but they did could not materialise on their efforts. The Nerazzurri played well on the counter-attack and scored for the second time in the 30th minute. Following a quick attack and a ball from Perišić, the 1.79m-tall Éder once again had the best positioning in the box, as he was left unmarked and scored, 2-0. After Inter’s second goal, Ribéry had to leave the pitch due to an injury, which left the Bayern Munich squad worried.
The second half, as expected, saw a huge number of changes for both teams. Robert Lewandowski tried his luck just a minute after the whistle but unsuccessfully. Bayern Munich were clearly the more active side and they looked for a goal more than their Milan opponent. In the 60th minute, Perišić had the chance to make it a classic for Inter, but he could not find the target after a shot from a low angle. Ten minutes after that, the Portuguese youngster Renato Sanches fired off a great ball from distance, as the ball awkwardly dipped down and hit the ground in front of Bayern’s goalkeeper as it went past the side cross bar.
You can see detailed highlights in the video below: