Inter Milan went top of Serie A on Sunday after completing a remarkable second half comeback to overturn a two-goal deficit and beat AC Milan 4-2.
Ibrahimovic hit the post with a late header as Milan pressed for an equaliser, but Antonio Conte’s side sealed the win in stoppage time through a Romelu Lukaku header.
Inter moves into first place on goal difference, after catching Juventus on 54 points following its 2-1 defeat by Hellas Verona on Saturday, while Milan is 10th with 32 points. Conte admitted Inter can dare to dream of the title ahead of a week that will test his team’s credentials.
Inter hosts Napoli in the Coppa Italia semi-final first leg on Wednesday, before travelling to third-placed Lazio on Sunday, which is one point behind it in the standings.
“It’s still very early to talk about something we can only dream of for now,” the Inter coach told Sky Italia. “We can have a dream. It’s a very intense period for us coming up and after that we’ll have a better idea of our potential and our real capabilities.
“We must face important matches, starting from Wednesday’s with Napoli, then Lazio, who have really strengthened over the years. “We can’t achieve everything from one day to the next, but we are building. These guys proved they have great strength and guts today.”
Milan started strongly, coming close when Hakan Calhanoglu smashed a low shot off the post from outside the box.
It took a deserved lead five minutes before the break when Ibrahimovic headed a lofted pass into the path of Rebic for a tap-in. Ibrahimovic then netted during the first half stoppage time, heading in at the back post.