Inter Score Historic Serie A Goal Against Okoye In Victory Vs Udinese

Maduka Okoye was in goal for Udinese who conceded a stoppage time goal to lose 2-1 at home to Inter Milan in the Serie A on Monday night.

Inter had to come from behind to secure the win as they continue their push to land the league title.

Lazar Samardzic had given Udinese the lead before second half goals from Hakan Calhanoglu and Davide Frattesi secured the three points.

According to OptaPaolo, Çalhanoğlu’s goal means Inter became the first team in Serie A history to score in each of the first 31 matches played in a single season.

Inter, on 82 points, are runaway leaders while Udinese are in 15th place on 28 points, just two points from the relegation zone.

Udinese opened the scoring on 40 minutes as Samardzic’s shot was immediately deflected, but a confusing stop from Denzel Dumfries allowed the ball to sail past Yann Sommer

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