Final score

5 December 2009 20:45

Juventus
13' (2nd half) Marchisio
20' Del Piero
Inter
26' Eto'o
referee Massimiliano Saccani / linesmen Rossomando, Lanciano / 4th man Peruzzo
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Minutes Text commentary
45' Another corner to Juve as Chivu tackles Del Piero on the by-line.
45' Del Piero's corner is blocked by Zanetti. Attacking throw to the hosts, but there's no time to take it as Saccani blows for half time. Juventus 1-1 Inter.
44' Eto'o's free kick bounces off the Bianconeri wall.
44' Amauri gets past Lucio and whips in a cross from the left. Chivu blocks at the near post and concedes a corner.
43' Free kick to Inter in an interesting position 30 metres from goal after a Cannavaro foul on Milito.
40' Diego works the ball to Ale Del Piero in the area and the Juventus captain tests Julio Cesar with a crisp right-footed shot.
40' Cannavaro blocks a cross with Muntari and Milito lurking in the box.
39' Lucio blocks an overhead kick from his fellow countryman Amauri.
35' Samuel makes a clearance from Diego's right-wing free kick as Juve look for a repeat of the move which led to their goal.
32' Diego serves Amauri in the area after a darting run down the middle but the Brazilian forward, who had his back to goal, fails to control.
32' Milito picks out the unmarked Chivu in the box but the Romania captain can't get a shot on target.
29' Chiellini tackles Stankovic and concedes a corner. Cambiasso swings his corner kick over to the far post, where Caceres cleans up for Juventus.
28' Another yellow. Walter Samuel is booked after a foul from behind on Del Piero. The Argentine will now miss next weekend's trip to Atalanta.
26' GOAL!!!! And there it is as Samuel Eto'o heads Stankovic's right-wing cross into the bottom right corner. That's the Cameroonian's first Serie A goal away from home after six at the Meazza. JUVENTUS 1-1 INTER.
25' Plenty of cards at the Olimpico. Felilpe Melo is booked for a foul on Stankovic.
25' Gianluigi Buffon palms away Walter Samuel's header as Inter look for a quick reply.
23' Sulley Muntari is yellow-carded for foul play.
21' José Mourinho is sent off for dissent. The Inter coach applauded the referee after the goal for his decision to give the free kick.
20' Juve win a free kick on the right wing after a Samuel foul on Del Piero.
20' GOAL. The Bianconeri take the lead from the resulting free kick. Melo gets a header on target from Diego's outswinging cross, Del Piero gets a touch and the ball comes off Lucio, bamboozling Julio Cesar. JUVENTUS 1-0 INTER.
18' Grosso commits two fouls in quick succession on Milito and Stankovic.
17' Eto'o is inches offside as he runs to meet Milito's through pass.
16' Caceres gets a low cross in from the right. Cambiasso hooks the ball clear.
14' Saccani has words with Muntari after a foul by the Ghanaian on Diego. Juve win a free kick about 35 yards out on the right channel.
14' Del Piero's weak free kick is blocked by Javier Zanetti.
12' Diego's left-wing corner finds Fabio Cannavaro at the near post. The Bianconeri defender's backheeled effort is saved by Julio Cesar.
11' Caceres looks for Amauri with a lofted right-wing cross to the far post. Julio Cesar beats the Juve striker to the ball and palms it clear.
9' Diego Milito tears down the right wing and gets a low cross in for Stankovic. Caceres makes it back in time to intercept the Serbian.
9' Cannavaro appears to foul Samuel in the Juventus box as the ensuing corner kick is taken. No penalty given by ref Max Saccani.
7' The flare fog has lifted, improving visibility inside the Stadio Olimpico and Dejan Stankovic whisks in a left-wing cross that is headed clear by ex-Inter full-back Fabio Grosso.
7' Another chance for Juventus but Thiago Motta makes a sliding tackle on Sissoko to neutralise the danger.
5' Juve on the attack. Sulley Muntari does enough to disturb Sissoko, whose shot is easily saved by Julio Cesar.
3' The opening minutes are played in a shroud of fog due to smoke from flares.
1' Welcome to the Stadio Olimpico in Turin for live coverage of tonight's derby d'Italia - a fixture that 'celebrated' its 100th anniversary last month. The first meeting between the two teams was on 14 November 1909, the Bianconeri winning 2-0.
1' Flash forward a century and Inter go into tonight's clash with an eight-point lead over the Turin outfit, and four points more than AC Milan who beat Sampdoria 3-0 in today's early fixture.
1' Juventus: 1 Buffon; 2 Caceres, 5 Cannavaro, 3 Chiellini, 6 Grosso; 22 Sissoko, 4 Melo, 8 Marchisio; 28 Diego; 11 Amauri, 10 Del Piero. <br>&#8232;Subs: 13 Manninger, 16 Camoranesi, 17 Trezeguet, 18 Poulsen, 20 Giovinco, 21 Grygera, 33 Legrottaglie.
1' Inter: 12 Julio Cesar; 4 Zanetti, 6 Lucio, 25 Samuel, 26 Chivu; 8 Thiago Motta, 19 Cambiasso, 11 Muntari; 5 Stankovic; 9 Eto'o, 22 Milito.<br>&#8232;Subs: 1 Toldo, 2 Cordoba, 14 Vieira, 15 Krhin, 23 Materazzi, 30 Mancini, 45 Balotelli.
1' Juventus kick off. FORZA INTER!!!
Minutes Text commentary
51' The final whistle goes in Turin. Juventus beat Inter 2-1.
49' Balotelli has an angled volley blocked as Inter launch a late assault on the Juve goal.
49' An extra minute is added on as Materazzi goes down in the area after an aerial duel with Chiellini.
48' Caceres is booked for time-wasting.
46' Juventus make their final change: Diego is replaced by Grygera.
45' Marco Materazzi replaces Walter Samuel.
45' Four minutes of added time.
42' Felipe Melo is yellow carded for dissent. It's his second yellow, Saccani produces a red one, and Juventus are reduced to ten men.
42' Saccani also books Mario Balotelli.
41' Tempers flare after an exchange of fouls between Balotelli and Melo, and then Chivu and Sissoko. More and more players become involved as Saccani tries to calm things down.
38' Balotelli floats the ball over to Mancini but the Brazilian can't keep it in play. Goal kick to Juventus.
37' Zanetti heads away Diego's left-wing corner.
36' Juve goalscorer Claudio Marchisio is replaced by Christian Poulsen.
35' Amauri is booked for a reckless challenge from behind on Stankovic.
34' Inter bring on Mancini for Esteban Cambiasso.
26' Julio Cesar saves Diego's inswinging left-wing free kick after a foul by Samuel on Del Piero.
26' Juventus replace Alessandro Del Piero with Mauro German Camoranesi.
24' Balotelli delivers an outswinging cross from the right-wing corner flag. Cambiasso's bullet header is over the crossbar.
23' Cambiasso looks for Lucio with a lofted pass into the area from a free kick. Buffon totally mis-cues his attempt at a clearance but Lucio fails to capitalise.
21' Grosso floats the ball into the area for Chiellini, but Julio Cesar gets there first.
19' Mario Balotelli's inswinging corner from the left flag is on target, forcing Buffon into a difficult save. The Juve keeper climbs high at his back post to grasp Balotelli's second corner kick.
17' Diego ghosts past Stankovic and rifles a low shot on target. JC gets down and blocks before smothering the ball.
16' Fabio Grosso is booked for a foul on Samuel Eto'o.
15' Inter bring on Mario Balotelli for Sulley Muntari.
13' Inter close to a second. Milito serves the unmarked Stankovic who shoots on target. Grosso blocks but the ball stays in the box and Eto'o has a shot saved by Buffon.
13' GOAL. Juventus retake the lead from a counter-attack. Julio Cesar palms away a shot from Sissoko but Marchisio pounces and dribbles Samuel before lifting over Julio Cesar. JUVENTUS 2-1 INTER.
10' Juve lauch a swift counter-attack. Diego tests Julio Cesar with a low effort from distance.
9' Cambiasso's inswinging corner kick is palmed behind at the far post by Buffon. Another corner.
9' Cambiasso runs to the left flag and delivers his cross. Lucio tests Buffon with an acrobatic effort from 15 yards.
8' Milito wins us a corner after receiving in the area from his strike partner Eto'o.
7' Grosso looks for Amauri with a left-wing cross but the ball sails over the head of his team-mate and Muntari lets it roll out for a defending throw-in.
5' Stankovic is closed down by two Bianconeri defenders after receiving from Eto'o just outside the box.
3' Eto'o serves Milito but the Argentine fails to connect.
1' Inter get the second half under way.
Zanetti
5.46
5.46
Materazzi
5.45
5.45
Stankovic
5.63
5.63
Cambiasso
5.42
5.42
Julio Cesar
4.15
4.15
Samuel
5.13
5.13
Chivu
4.39
4.39
Balotelli
4.19
4.19
Mancini
3.37
3.37
Muntari
4.48
4.48
Milito
5.25
5.25
Motta
4.21
4.21
Lucio
5.23
5.23
Eto'o
6.41
6.41
Average rating 4.91
8 shots on target 4
0 shots off target 1
19 fouls committed 17
5 corners 9
3 offsides 4
26:15 ball possession 27:23
Le sfide Ferrara-Mourinho

Primo confronto tecnico ufficiale tra Ciro Ferrara e Josè Mourinho.

Ferrara v Mourninho

The two coaches meet in a competitive fixture for the first time.

Le sfide Ferrara-Inter

Juventus boss Ciro Ferrara meets Inter in a competitive match for the first time as a coach.

Mourinho v Juventus

Mourinho is unbeaten in matches against Juventus, with a win and a draw in last season's Serie A championship.

Details:
2008/09 Serie A Inter-Juventus 1-0 1-1

In casa Juventus a segno da 19 gare ufficiali di fila, in campionato da 32 giornate

La Juventus ha sempre segnato almeno un gol in ciascuna delle ultime 19 gare casalinghe ufficiali disputate, per un totale di 34 reti all’attivo. L’ultimo digiuno interno bianconero risale al 4 febbraio 2009: 0-0 dopo i tempi supplementari contro il Napoli, in coppa Italia. L’ultimo digiuno casalingo della Juventus in campionato risale al 26 febbraio 2008 quando fu 0-0 nel derby contro il Torino: da allora la Juventus ha sempre segnato nei successivi 32 incontri interni di serie A, per un totale di 66 reti all’attivo.

Bianconeri goalless in last two games

Juventus have not scored since Fabio Grosso's 51st-minute goal in their 1-0 Serie A home win against Udinese on 22 November 2009. The Bianconeri have since played two games, losing 2-0 away to Bordeaux in the Champions League and at Cagliari in the Serie A.

Juve on target in 19 consecutive home games

Juventus have scored in their last 19 matches at home, netting a total of 34 goals. The last time Juve failed to score at home was on 4 February 2009 when they drew 0-0 a.e.t against Napoli in the Coppa Italia. The Bianconeri's last home league match without scoring was a 0-0 stalemate against city rivals Torino on 26 February 2008. They have scored 66 in their 32 successive Serie A fixtures at home.

Scoreless draw unlikely

Juventus and Inter are two of four teams yet to draw 0-0 in this season's Serie A championship, the other two being Parma and Roma. The Bianconeri's last goalless Serie A draw was at Sampdoria on 27 September 2008, while the Nerazzurri's last 0-0 top flight draw was away to Fiorentina on 29 October 2008.

Camoranesi, Balotelli, Thiago Motta potential scorers?

Mauro German Camoranesi has scored 3 goals in games against Inter - more than any other Italian team apart from Lazio. The Italo-Argentine midfielder has scored a total of 39 goals in Italian football. Mario Balotelli, whose tally of goals in professional football stands at 21, has scored three goals in games against Juventus. The Italian forward has also scored three against Palermo and Roma. Thiago Motta relishes scoring against Juventus and their goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Two of his 7 goals for Italian teams have come in games against the Turin outfit.

Milito targets scorers title

Diego Alberto Milito is on course to win the Serie A top scorers title for 2009. The Argentine forward has scored 21 goals since January - 12 for Genoa and 9 for Inter.

DA IMPLEMENTARE
wins(15) draws(19) defeats(65)

TURIN - Samuel Eto'o cancelled out Alessandro Del Piero's opener at the Stadio Olimpico in Turin but Claudio Marchisio scored a second-half winner as Inter fell to their first away defeat against Juventus since October 2005.

The 2-1 reverse at the Stadio Olimpico sees Inter's Serie A lead cut to four points with AC Milan making up points thanks to their home win over Sampdoria in Saturday's early game.

The first derby d'Italia of the season was a predictably tense affair and Saccani was constantly reaching into his pocket for yellows and reds, with José Mourinho sent off in the first half and Juventus reduced to ten men in the closing minutes after the dismissal of Felipe Melo.

Ciro Ferrara's side took the lead on 20 minutes. Diego swung in a free kick, Melo and Del Piero diverted it on target but the final touch appeared to be off the knee of Lucio, changing the trajectory and tricking Julio Cesar who got a hand to the ball but couldn't keep it out.

Drama ensued as Mourinho was sent off for applauding Saccani and mouthing 'bravo' at the referee for his decision to award the free kick which led to the goal.

Eto'o, who let Milito take the penalty which gave us victory over Fiorentina last weekend, said he was saving his goal for the derby d'Italia and the Cameroonian striker kept his promise as Inter produced a swift reply.

Buffon palmed away Samuel's header but Stankovic worked the ball back into the box and Eto'o popped up unmarked to head home his first away goal in Serie A after six in Milan.

Inter produced a double chance to edge in front after the interval but Grosso blocked Stankovic's effort before Buffon saved Eto'o's follow-up.

Juventus hit straight back and retook the lead through Marchisio, who leapt on to a loose ball and took it round Samuel before lifting over Julio Cesar after the Inter keeper had palmed away Sissoko's low shot.

Tempers flared in a nervous finale with incidents involving pairs of players from both teams, the most significant being a tit-for-tat between Melo and Balotelli which resulted in the sending-off of the Brazilian midfielder.

Juventus 2-1 Inter (HT: 1-1)

Scorers: Del Piero 20, Eto'o 26, Marchisio 58.

Juventus: 1 Buffon; 2 Caceres, 5 Cannavaro, 3 Chiellini, 6 Grosso; 22 Sissoko, 4 Melo, 8 Marchisio (18 Poulsen 81); 28 Diego (21 Grygera 90+1); 11 Amauri, 10 Del Piero (16 Camoranesi 71). 

Subs not used: 13 Manninger, 17 Trezeguet, 20 Giovinco, 33 Legrottaglie.

Coach
: Ciro Ferrara.

Inter: 12 Julio Cesar; 4 Zanetti, 6 Lucio, 25 Samuel (23 Materazzi 90), 26 Chivu; 8 Thiago Motta, 19 Cambiasso (30 Mancini 79), 11 Muntari (45 Balotelli 60); 5 Stankovic; 9 Eto'o, 22 Milito.

Subs not used: 1 Toldo, 2 Cordoba, 14 Vieira, 15 Krhin.

Coach
: José Mourinho.

Referee: Massimiliano Saccani (Mantua).

Booked: Muntari 23, Melo 25, Samuel 28, Grosso 61, Amauri 80, Melo 87, Balotelli 87, Caceres 90+3.
Sent off: Mourinho 21, Melo 87.

starting lineups

Buffon 12 Julio Cesar
Caceres 4 Zanetti
Cannavaro 6 Lucio
Chiellini 25 Samuel
Grosso 26 Chivu
Sissoko 11 Muntari
Felipe Melo 19 Cambiasso
Marchisio 8 Motta
Diego 5 Stankovic
Amauri 9 Eto'o
Del Piero 22 Milito

substitutes

Manninger 1 Toldo
Grygera 2 Cordoba
Legrottaglie 23 Materazzi
Camoranesi 14 Vieira
Poulsen 15 Krhin
Giovinco 30 Mancini
Trezeguet 45 Balotelli