Real Madrid vs Inter Milan: Post-match Analysis
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Real Madrid vs Inter Milan: Post-match Analysis

A goal from the Germain midfielder was the most positive outcome for the Madrid side

Real Madrid vs Inter Milan: Post-match Analysis

Real Madrid secured the top spot in Group D of the Champions League with a win of 2-0 over inter Milan. Toni Kroos was the first man to come on the scoresheet in the match. A long-distance (25 yards) goal from the Germain midfielder was a show-stealer. Marco Asensio who came as a substitute sealed the match for Real Madrid with his strike in their home ground 11 minutes before the final whistle.

Inter Milan was forced to play the final 26 minutes with 10 men after Nicolo Barella was dismissed after getting a red card. Barella(Inter forward) got a chance to equalise just after three minutes in the second half when he got near the penalty box with only Thibaut Courtois to beat. But he failed.The home advantage to Real Madrid also helped them throughout the game. Though the performance of Inter Millan in the first half was remarkable, it was disappointing in the second half. With 13 shots, 14 open play crosses, and 54.9 percent of possession. They missed open chances which made their win difficult.

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Inter was the champion of the Italian league last season. They came into this Champions League with so much positivity. They could have topped the table if they had enough strength in their attack and midfield. Nevertheless, they still have a solid chance to win the Italian league and compete well in the Champions League.A goal from the Germain midfielder was the biggest highlight for the Madrid side. Madrid is the top contender for both the Spanish and Champions League. They will need Kroos in his best form for the remaining season if they want to achieve these trophies.

This match was full of positive signs for Real Madrid. Inter Milan on the other hand, got a reality check before the upcoming matches. They have to find a substitute for Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.