Goal of the day: Oscar (Chelsea) vs Inter Milan | inside World Soccer

A beautiful goal from Oscar inspired Chelsea to a 2-0 victory over 10-man Inter Milan in the Guinness International Champions Cup at the Lucas Oil Stadium on Thursday night.

Inter Milan goalkeeper Samir Handanovič is unable to save a goal from Chelsea player Oscar
Inter Milan goalkeeper Samir Handanovič is unable to save a goal from Chelsea player Oscar

Photo: AP

Oscar opened the scoring after 13 minutes with a goal of the highest quality.

Inter found themselves caught out in the attacking third and Chelsea broke at speed through Victor Moses.

With options to his left and right in the form of Oscar and Romelu Lukaku, Moses laid the ball off to the former on the edge of the area.

His first touch set him up, the second saw him curl an exquisite strike beyond Samir Handanovič into the top corner.

Chelsea increased their lead when Belgian winger Eden Hazard converted a dubious penalty in the 27th minute.

Hugo Campagnaro then saw red for a nasty tackle on John Terry on 58 minutes, but the Nerazzurri managed to hold their shape well despite being a man down.

"Oscar scored a magnificent goal and all you can do is give him the credit," Campagnaro told Inter Channel.


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