Inter Milan produced a hard-fought 1-0 win over FC Porto on Wednesday which will see them take a slender lead to Portugal in three weeks’ time.
Romelu Lukaku came off the bench to score the only goal of the game in the 86th minute.
The visitors made it very tricky for Inter though and this caused tempers to run high on the pitch at San Siro.
During the game, Edin Džeko and André Onana clashed in a very heated confrontation, and here’s why...
Džeko and Onana’s bust-up
Edin Džeko told André Onana to “shut up and go back to goal,” sparking a furious reaction from the goalkeeper, as per Corriere della Sera.
The incident was caused by Onana protesting to the referee for not stopping the game sooner for an offside against Galeno.
Francesco Acerbi had to scramble the ball off the line before play was eventually halted.
Onana was not happy with the ref and despite the free-kick being awarded to Inter, he continued to protest.
Džeko then ran back to his own half to tell his goalkeeper to stop arguing, something which Onana did not take kindly to...
Onana then proceed to furiously gesture in the direction of the forward and Hakan Çalhanoğlu had to intervene.
But it was a clear sign that Inter were feeling the pressure with Porto threatening their goal for large parts of the match.
The second-leg in Portugal could see a different ending if Simone Inzaghi’s side are not careful.
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