Geoffrey Kondogbia Scores One Of Most Incredible Own Goals Ever

Solenn Plantier
Juillet 31, 2017

Inter were 2-0 ahead thanks to Stevan Jovetic's goal just before half time and then a second from Ivan Perisic just eight minutes following the break. But the French midfielder Kondogbia was soon trending on Twitter with many calling his unintentional long-distance lob the best own goal of all time.

They survived these blunders-the own goal was the only goal scored by Chelsea, and Inter took the match 2-1.

Inter won the game 2-1.

Things are looking up for Inter in a major way under the tutelage of Spalletti, meanwhile, as they have beaten Lyon, Bayern and the Blues in the space of five days and topped the ICC's Singapore table as a result.

Antonio Conte handed a first Chelsea start to Alvaro Morata but the Spanish striker could not find the back of the net who Premier League champions who have now ended their Asian tour on a losing note.

The London side were on top for most of the first period, but found themselves a goal down on the stroke of half-time when Cesar Azpilicueta was harshly adjudged to have brought down Jovetic in the area.

Thibaut Courtois saved the spot-kick, but Jovetic pounced on the rebound to give his side the lead.

"We are improving day by day and we want to continue this going into the new season", Inter captain Miranda said in a pitch-side interview. The Croatian who is under cloud of leaving the club broke down the left wing and drilled a low shot past Courtois.

In the 74th minute, substitute Kondogbia received a pass near the half line and with a Chelsea player charging in, he turned to his goalkeeper for a routine back pass.

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