Remember the name Yann Karamoh.
The French youngster hit an unbelievable strike on his first start for Inter, finishing off a wonderful move that ultimately helped his side win their first game in nine outings.
On the 63rd minute of their Sunday afternoon clash with Bologna and with the score at 1-1, Karamoh pulled off some silky footwork to escape his marker before sending a curling effort beyond the hands of the goalkeeper.
Take a look at this.
It was the 19 year old’s first goal for the Nerazzurri, having joined from French side Caen on-loan in the summer.
Inter coach Luciano Spalletti took a big risk in starting the youngster, with his side failing to win for a staggering two months while Karamoh had made only four appearances in the Serie A until this point and was picked ahead of the more experienced Antonio Candreva.
The game was also notable for two red cards for Bologna, with VAR confirming the second sending off in stoppage time thanks to Adam Masina’s late challenge on Lisandro Lopez.
It seems, for once, VAR was the hero of the day.
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