Inter Milan beat Sampdoria as an uber-dramatic match ended 1-0 in their favor in their Serie A tie on Sunday.

Marcelo Brozovic scored the winner and the only goal of the match deep into injury time in a match starring a number of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) controversies.

Inter boss Luciano Spalletti was under rising pressure after getting just one win in four league games. His side were utterly furious at their 1-0 defeat against Parma last week after the VAR was not consulted for a possible handball inside the box.

Inter and Sampdoria both began the match energetically, creating a number of opportunities each in the first half of the game before Radja Nainggolan had a goal disallowed for an offside from Mauro Icardi by VAR right before the break. The decision seemed harsh on Inter as it prevented them going into the second half with a deserved lead.

VAR came into action yet again as Kwadwo Asamoah also had a goal disallowed after a review, this time because the ball went out of play for a goal-kick in the 88th minute. Antonio Candreva and Mauro Icardi also had a couple of chances after the break but were unfortunate, not to find the net.

This time it was Sampdoria who were the side punished by VAR when Gregoire Defrel also had a goal disallowed for offside in the 91st minute. Just a few minutes later, when the match seemed stagnant, Marcelo Brozovic capitalized on a Sampdoria mistake and struck a low shot through the fingertips of Audero in the 94th minute to give his side the three points.

This was the second consecutive win, after their thrilling match against Tottenham. This result leaves them in the 9th place with 7 points from 5 games.

Inter are set to host third-placed Fiorentina in their next Serie A fixture on Wednesday, 26th September.

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