Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte has guided his team to the top of the Italian Serie A table following the slim win over SPAL 2013 at the San Siro.
The former Chelsea boss is in his first season at Inter Milan and he’s working hard to deny champions Juventus from winning another league title.
Juventus have won the last eight Italian Serie A titles dating back to the 2011/12 season when the aforementioned Antonio Conte started the dominance for the Old Lady while he was at the club.
Antonio Conte and Inter Milan knew that a win over SPAL 2013 will take them to the summit after Juventus were held to a draw at home to Sassuolo.
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Juventus started the weekend with a one-point advantage over Inter Milan as the race for the league title gathers momentum.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a second-half penalty to earn a 2-2 draw for Juventus thus paving the way for Inter Milan to overtake them at the summit.
Inter Milan seized that opportunity with both hands after they defeated SPAL 2013 2-1 at home with Argentine international Lautaro Martinez netting the two goals for the home side in the first half, while Mattias Valoti scored the lone goal for the visitors.
The Nerazzurri now have 37 points from 14 games, while Juventus have 36 points from the same number of league games.