Inter Milan will face AC Milan at the San Siro stadium in their Matchday 4 league fixture.
Inter Milan have kept an unbeaten run since this season winning two games and drawing just one. This could be a worse nightmare for them as AC Milan are on an unbeaten run winning all three Seria games this season, they are in good form Inter Milan should watch out.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic opened the scoring for AC Milan in the opening minutes of the first half, it was a good start for AC Milan. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored again as AC Milan extended their lead to 2-0 at San Siro stadium.
Romelu Lukaku gave Inter Milan hope as he squeezed a goal in to make it 1-2.
It hasn't really been a good match for Inter Milan as AC Milan keeps pressing hard, increasing the pressure on Inter Milan's defense.
This is how the Seria A table looks like after the match.
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