Inter Milan downs London club Chelsea as Morata doesn't look ready for the striker position
Stevan Jovetic scored one and made another as Inter finished an impeccable International Champions Cup battle with a 2-1 win against Chelsea in Singapore, however the amusement will be associated with an odd Geoffrey Kondogbia claim the Goal
Inter-millan had officially beaten Lyon and Bayern Munich without yielding an objective in the competition and Luciano Spalletti's men made it three out of three in moist conditions on Saturday.
Former Manchester City striker "Stevan Jovetic" gave Inter the lead in first-half damage time, scoring on the bounce back after Thibaut Courtois spared his underlying exertion from a dubious punishment.
The Montenegroan teed up Ivan Perisic to bore home Inter's second from a limited point, however Chelsea, who began club-record marking Alvaro Morata on the left of a front three, were given a life saver when Kondogbia some way or another heaved goalkeeper Daniele Padelli with a wild back-go from 45 yards.
Michy Batshuayi had an Goal discounted because of an off base offside choice, with Chelsea's pre-season visit finishing after a couple of ICC vanquishes in Asia - the following test for Antonio Conte's men being Arsenal in the Community Shield on August 6.
Entomb ought to have opened the scoring in the second moment yet Antonio Candreva deferred his shot and Courtois spared the winger's redirected exertion well.
A redirected Willian exertion barely cleared the crossbar following 27 minutes and, with Chelsea heaping on the weight, Padelli practically controlled a back-go into his own particular net.
Bury were granted a punishment right away before the interim after Cesar Azpilicueta was decreed to have fouled Jovetic, despite the fact that the safeguard won the ball with his underlying test.
Jovetic took the spot-kick himself and, despite the fact that Courtois spared a poor exertion low to one side, the forward responded first to tuck in the bounce back