Inter Milan propelled a sublime second-half rebound from 2-0 down to stagger rivals AC Milan and go top of Serie A.

Inter began in third yet jumped Lazio and head the table on objective contrast from champions Juventus.

Bet Rebic tapped home from Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s knockdown and the Swede headed in the second prior to the break.

Be that as it may, Marcelo Brozovic volleyed in and Matias Vecino stroked home Alexis Sanchez’s reduction before Stefan de Vrij and Romelu Lukaku both scored headers.

Antonio Conte’s side looked beaten at half-time following a dormant opening 45 minutes, yet reacted in thrilling design in the second time frame with four unanswered goals.

The two sides hit the woodwork in an exciting derby, Hakan Calhanoglu crushing the post with a low drive and Ibrahimovic heading against the post late on, while Inter’s January marking Christian Eriksen shook the crossbar with a long-run free-kick.

Milan had been in acceptable structure under mentor Stefano Pioli, losing only one of their past 11 class games under the previous Inter chief, however their second-half capitulation keeps them in tenth spot.

Inter are currently unbeaten in 16 alliance games and host Napoli on Wednesday, before a vital conflict against individual title challengers Lazio next Sunday.

“It’s still right on time to discuss something we can just dream of for the time being,” Conte disclosed to Sky Italia.

“We can have a fantasy. It’s a serious period for us coming up and after that we’ll have a superior thought of our latent capacity and our genuine abilities.

“We can’t accomplish everything starting with one day then onto the next, however we are building. These folks demonstrated they have extraordinary quality and guts today.”

Prior on Sunday, Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio side demonstrated their qualifications by stretching out their unbeaten rush to 18 games with a tight 1-0 win at Parma – previous Manchester City striker Felipe Caicedo scoring the victor.

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