Cristian Zapata scored in the 7 minutes into stoppage time to snatch a point for AC Milan in the Milan derby against Inter at the San Siro.
Inter, who are now 7th in Serie A, were 2-0 up at half time thanks to goals from Antonio Candreva and Mauro Icardi.
It took until the 83rd minute for Milan to grab a goal back via a Alessio Romagnoli toe-poke.
A hefty amount of stoppage time was added due to a lengthy delay after José Sosa had gone down injured.
With almost the last kick of the game, Zapata’s shot cannoned off the bar and fractionally over the line. Goal-line technology notified the referee of this and the goal was given.
The ending will please AC Milans new owners after a Chinese consortium took over the club on Friday.
The reverse fixture saw a vice versa scenario with Ivan Perisic scoring an injury time equalizer for Inter in Decembers 2-2 draw.
Milan stay 6th.
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