Wesley Sneijder scores twice as Inter Milan come from behind to defeat Udinese.
Wesley Sneijder scored twice as Inter Milan battled back from a one-goal deficit to claim maximum points from their trip to Roma this afternoon.
Visiting Inter started the brighter of the two sides, but were unable to breach the home side's net.
Their failure to turn domination into goals was punished in the sixth minute when Danilo turned in a cross from Pablo Armero.
However, parity was restored just four minutes later when Sneijder converted a low pass from Diego Milito.
The same two players linked again in the 28th minute for Dutch international Sneijder to put the away side in front.
Inter added a third before the break when Freddy Guarin and Ricardo Alvarez broke for the latter to slot the ball into the net from close range.
Inter continued to control the match after the break, but they were unable to add to their tally.
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