MILAN (ITALPRESS) – Inter return to victory and try to wipe out criticism. A 3-1 at Turin with the comeback signed by Young, Godin and Lautaro Martinez – after Belotti’s goal in the first half – brings the Nerazzurri back to second place in the standings, tied with Lazio, and eight points away from Juventus leaders. Conte can finally smile by putting the score by one point in the last two games, the Longo grenades can complain for having lowered too much once they took the lead. At the first true thrust of the guests the match is unlocked. From the development of a harmless corner kick, Handanovic makes the ball his own but, despite not being pressed, he sensationally slips it out of his hands allowing Belotti the easiest of goals. The hosts poured back into the attack, but risk doubling with Ansaldi’s shot on the counterattack this time well saved by Handanovic. After the break, everything changes and the vehement start of Conte’s team in the second half immediately brings the tie. On a side punishment beaten very well by Brozovic, Lautaro Martinez acts as a header for the insertion of Young, who kicks first and leaves no way for Sirigu. Torino do not even have time to regroup and after two minutes the comeback is complete. This time it is Sanchez, who took the offside, to put in the middle for the peremptory detachment of Godin, who with this goal tries to redeem a season so far not at all exciting. The guests try to react and raise the center of gravity again, but they suffer the counterattack which is worth 3-1 per hour of play, with Lautaro Martinez freeing himself to the limit and kicking finding the decisive deviation of Bremer that puts out Sirigu.