Inter Milan are still very much the outsiders for the Italian Serie A title after coming from behind to beat Parma 2-1 at the Stadio Ennio Tardini on Sunday night, with Chelsea loanee Victor Moses involved in the build-up to the match winner, Naijawavez.com reports
Antonio Conte’s team moved up to 61 points following the win but remain third in the table, 8 points less than table-toppers Juventus with ten games left to play.
The Nerazzurri trailed Parma after an early goal from Ivorian striker Gervinho but two goals from two defenders in the space of three minutes in the closing stages of the game secured a win for the visitors.
First, Stefan de Vrij headed in the equaliser in the 84th minute, before Alessandro Bastoni benefited from a Victor Moses cross to head the ball into the net three minutes from time.
The Crystal Palace Academy product came off the bench to replace Antonio Candreva in the 69th minute.
It was the second time the former Nigeria international has provided an assist in Inter Milan colours since joining the club in the January transfer window, the first coming against AC Milan on matchday 23.
Up next, Moses and his teammates face Brescia at the Giuseppe Meazza (Milano) on Wednesday,July 1.