Radja Nainggolan's late free kick helps Cagliari hold Inter Milan to a 1-1 draw in Trieste in Serie A.
Inter Milan have continued their unbeaten start in Serie A despite being pegged back late on by Cagliari in Trieste.
Nerazzurri boss Walter Mazzarri made wholesale changes to his side for the match but Inter made a strong start regardless, with Yuto Nagatomo firing just over the crossbar inside two minutes.
Fredy Guarin then had a deflected strike pushed wide by Cagliari keeper Michael Agazzi, who was busy early on to deny the Colombian and Ishak Belfodil.
Cagliari carried a threat on the break with the pace of Victor Ibarbo, who crossed for Mauricio Pinilla to glance wide just before the break.
Mazzarri swapped Ricky Alvarez for Mauro Icardi at the break and his change led to Inter breaking the deadlock, with the substitute heading home from point-blank range.
Cagliari responded strongly, though, and grabbed a dramatic equaliser five minutes from time, with a touch of fortune helping the hosts earn a point.
Radja Nainggolan was the man who levelled the scores, with his free kick deflecting off Rolando and past Samir Handanovic.
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