Former Nigeria international, Victor Moses gave an assist as Inter Milan crushed AC Milan 4-2 in Sunday's thrilling Derby della Madonnina outing.
Despite replacing Antonio Candreva in the 80th minute, Moses delivered a positive performance to help Inter Milan secure a comeback triumph.
Visitors Milan started like a house on fire and went 2-0 up at halftime thanks to Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic's goals.
However, quick-fire efforts from Marcelo Brozovic and Matias Vecino put Nerazzurri in level terms at San Siro, while Stefan De Vrij's 70th header off Antonio Candreva's corner put Antonio Conte's side ahead for the first time in the clash.
And at the last minutes, Romelu Lukaku killed the game totally for AC Milan when he rose above Simon Kjaer to convert Moses' cross.
With that result, Inter are now atop of Serie A after Juventus suffered a shock defeat to Hellas Verona on Saturday.
The Nigerian is expected to feature when Conte's men take on Napoli in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final on Wednesday, with Milan taking on Juve in the other last-four fixture on Thursday.
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