Dusan Vlahovic had two chances to put his side ahead in the 11th minute, his initial penalty was saved well by Michele Di Gregorio, and the Serbian’s effort on the rebound forced a better save from the goalkeeper. However, the following corner soared into the net after a bullet header by Adrien Rabiot.
Monza seemed on top for large parts of the second half, dominating possession, and it felt as though they would get their reward as Wojech Szczenzy didn’t react in time to Andrea Carboni‘s cross, which found the back of the net. Just a minute later, Gatti fired the ball home at the second time of asking.
Monza have a lot to be proud of and deserved a draw. Nevertheless, the Old Lady’s late winner showed why they deserve to lead Serie A (at least until Inter play).