Highlight video Viktoria Plzen vs Inter Milan

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Highlight video Viktoria Plzen vs Inter Milan

Inter won their last Champions League away match in March 2022, 1-0 against Liverpool, though they were eliminated 2-1 on aggregate that night. They haven’t won consecutive away games in the competition since October 2011.
Simone Inzaghi makes six changes from the narrow win over Torino on Saturday. Just like last week against Bayern, Onana gets the nod ahead of Handanovic in goal, with Acerbi, Bastoni, Mkhitaryan, Gosens and Correa also being brought in. De Vrij, Dimarco, Calhanoglu, Darmian and Martinez all start on the bench.
Michal Bilek makes just three changes to the side that beat Sigma Olomouc in the league at the weekend, with Hejda, Jemelka and Mosquera all coming in. Holik, Tijani and Jirka drop to the bench.
Neither side got off to the start that they were hoping for in their opening Champions League fixture, with Plzen being brushed aside 5-1 by Barcelona while Inter were beaten 2-0 by Bayern. The Italian side’s form has dipped as of late, with them losing three of their last five games in all competitions (W2), though they did get back to winning ways against Torino on Saturday. As for Plzen, that was their first defeat of the season so far, winning 11 and drawing two of their other outings.
Inter get their first points in the Champions League but remain third due to their goal difference. They face Udinese in Serie A at the weekend. Plzen are still at the bottom of the table without a win. It doesn’t get easier for them with Bayern Munich up next in the competition, but it’s back to the league against Slavia Prague on Sunday.

Final round

Inter get off the mark in the Champions League with a 2-0 win over 10-man Viktoria Plzen. A goal in either half was enough for Inter, with Dzeko coolly slotting home the opener just 20 minutes in. Just after the hour mark, Bucha slid in on Barella, catching him with his studs and saw his yellow card upgraded to a red by VAR. Dumfries then rounded it off for the visitors, finding the back of the net after a quick break.

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