The second half of this Serie A match between Udinese and Inter Milan has been plenty eventful, but with both teams defending well, it looked like it might be difficult for either team to find a goal. Udinese have broken the match's dry spell and added a third goal, with Maurizio Domizzi finishing off a great chance.
Kwadwo Asamoah, who is having a fantastic game, picked up the assist. It wasn't a traditional one, though, as he went up into the air to win a header that looped over Ivan Cordoba into the box. Domizzi and Inter goalkeeper Luca Castellazzi appeared to be entering into a 50-50 challenge for the ball, but Castellazzi did poorly while Domizzi did brilliantly. While the ball was up in the air, he flicked it up and past Castellazzi with a light touch, scoring Udinese's third goal to give his team a 3-1 lead after 69 minutes.
Leonardo has reacted to Udinese's goal, bringing on the attack-minded Jonathan Biabiany for Thiago Motta. Motta provided a great assist on Inter's goal, but he picked up a yellow card for a very poor challenge in the second half and looked like a possible red card waiting to happen.