Despite assist Dumfries, Inter fall at Feyenoord opponent Lazio | NOW

Internazionale faced their first Serie A defeat of the season on Friday. The team from Milan, despite an assist from Denzel Dumfries, lost 3-1 at Lazio.

Dumfries provided the assist for Lautaro Martínez’s 1-1 early in the second half. The Orange international headed the ball in a messy situation after a free kick towards the goal, after which Martínez gave the last push.

Five minutes before half time Felipe Anderson had given Lazio the lead. The Brazilian headed in from close range after a beautiful pass from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

Luis Alberto gave the home team the lead again fifteen minutes before the end with a beautiful goal. The Spanish substitute shot the ball into the corner with the outside of his foot fifteen minutes before the end. In the final phase, Pedro, who had also come in, decided the match.

Dumfries was substituted a few minutes before Lazio’s 2-1. Stefan de Vrij played the entire game at Inter, which is now fourth. Lazio leads the Serie A with seven points from three matches. Several teams can pass the Romans later this weekend.

Earlier in the day, Lazio was linked to Feyenoord in the draw for the Europa League group stage. FC Midtjylland and Sturm Graz are the other teams in group F.

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Joy at Lazio after substitute Pedro’s 3-1.

Joy at Lazio after substitute Pedro's 3-1.

Joy at Lazio after substitute Pedro’s 3-1.

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Fleks climbs to second place with Freiburg

In Germany, Mark Fleks rose to second place in the Bundesliga with SC Freiburg. The Dutch goalkeeper and his team won 1-0 against VfL Bochum in front of their own audience.

Vincenzo Grifo scored the winning goal for Freiburg shortly after the break. The Italian first saw a penalty and a rebound turned by Bochum goalkeeper Manuel Riemann, but in the second rebound he still found the goal.

Thanks to the win, Freiburg has nine points, just like leader Bayern Munich, but ‘Der Rekordmeister’ will be in action later this weekend. Bayern will play at home against Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday.

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Mark Fleks celebrates SC Freiburg’s victory with the supporters.

Mark Fleks celebrates SC Freiburg's victory with the supporters.

Mark Fleks celebrates SC Freiburg’s victory with the supporters.

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Club Brugge takes over from Genk

In Belgium, Club Brugge took over the lead from KRC Genk. The reigning national champion won 1-3 at Charleroi and has one point more than Genk, which will visit RFC Seraing on Saturday. The Royal Antwerp of trainer Mark van Bommel also has one point less than Club Brugge and has played two games less.

Ferran Jutglà scored twice for Club Brugge, which fell behind due to an early goal by Ryoto Morioka. Casper Nielsen made the 1-3 in the second half.

Björn Meijer had a base place at Club Brugge and was substituted eight minutes before the end. Noa Lang was absent due to an injury he sustained last weekend. The attacker will be sidelined for four to six weeks.

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