The Real Madrid beat Inter Milan 3-2 this Tuesday in a crucial Champions League match, which allows him to get into the fight for the leadership of Group B, while complicating the situation of his rival.
Karim Benzema opened the scoring (25) and Sergio Ramos expanded the account headlong (33), but shortly after Lautaro Martínez cut distances (35), Ivan Perisic made it 2-2 (68) and Rodrygo scored the 3-2 (80), which gives the whites their first win in the Champions League.
The victory allowed Real Madrid to add four points to get two behind the leader of the key, Borussia Monchengladbach, who beat Shakhtar Donetsk 6-0 on Tuesday in the other party of the group.
Instead, the Italian team remains sunk in last place with two points after a match, which the two teams faced in the small Alfredo di Stéfano stadium as a final and which they arrived in need of victory.
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