Verona 1-3 Inter Milan: Joaquin Correa enjoys dream debut by taking two late goals as Serie A champions come from behind to make two out of two for new coach Simone Inzaghi
- Joaquin Correa scored twice as Inter Milan defeated Verona 3-1 in Serie A on Friday
- Ivan Ilic gave Verona an early lead with a cool chip in the 15th minute
- Lautaro Martinez equal at the start of the second half for champions Inter
- Debutant Correa scored a towering header before sealing the win in extra time
Joaquin Correa led Inter Milan to a second consecutive Serie A win in his first appearance for the club when the champions came from behind to beat Verona 3-1 on Friday.
Correa made a towering header in the 83rd minute, marking a dream debut for Inter since his move from Lazio.
Ivan Ilic had given Verona an early lead with a coolly taken chip, as Inter struggled to continue their impressive 4-0 win over Genoa in the opening weekend.
Joaquin Correa scored two late goals as Inter Milan took a 3-1 win over Verona
Lautaro Martinez got Inter off to a good start in the second half after a poor first period
But Inzaghi’s side got out of the blocks in the second half and equalized almost immediately, Lautaro Martinez headed home from close range after being tapped on a throw-in.
Martinez’s compatriot Correa then completed the comeback with a new header and gained a lot of power when he came across a cross from former Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian.
There was still time for one more goal from the Argentinian, who shot into the bottom corner from just outside the penalty area in extra time.
Serbian midfielder Ivan Ilic had put Verona ahead in the 15th minute against the champions