Final score

1 February 2012 20:45

Inter
24' (2nd half) Milito
16' (2nd half) Milito
10' (2nd half) Milito (P)
22' Milito
4 - 4
Palermo
40' (2nd half) Miccoli
21' (2nd half) Miccoli
7' (2nd half) Miccoli
17' Mantovani
referee Marco Guida / linesmen Comito, Iannello / 4th man Gervasoni
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MinutesText commentary
46'After one minute of added time, Inter and Palermo go into the dressing room with the score at 1-1
46'A one-two between Sneijder and Milito. The Dutchman touches for Cambiasso but Balzaretti clears
45'The referee adds one minute of injury time
44'Milito's pass to Pazzini is flagged for offside
41'Zanetti crosses from the right and Pazzini just fails to reach it. Sneijder touches for Milito and he puts the ball in the net but the goal is ruled to be offside
35'Milito's right-footer goes high over the bar
32'Maicon crosses from the right. Pazzini tries to head it on to goal but Silvestre intervenes and Viviano claims the ball
30'Balzaretti finds space to cross, headed away by Nagatomo
22'GOAL INTER: MILITO scores. A cross from Maicon is deflected by a Palermo player and El Principe slots in at the far post
17'GOAL PALERMO: MANTOVANI scores. Miccoli's corner passes through the box and is side-footed in by Mantovani
14'Bertolo shoots, but it's no problem for the Nerazzurri keeper
9'Budan for Miccoli, who turns and rips a low shot on goal. Julio Cesar claims it
8'A shot from Cambaisso is blocked by Balzaretti with his chest/arm
5'Miccoli dribbles and shoots. Blocked
4'Pazzini takes a corner. Viviano comes out to claim the ball
2'Pazzini crosses from the left, Sneijder heads wide
1'Welcome to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. All is ready for Inter v Palermo, the Week 21 match of the 2011/12 Serie A season
1'Palermo take the opening kick-off
1'On the bench is new purchase Angelo Palombo
1'Zanetti, Cambiasso and Poli make up the midfield. Sneijder is playing behind forwards Pazzini and Milito
1'Against Palermo, Ranieri has chosen Lucio and Ranocchia in central defense, ahead of Julio Cesar, with Maicon and Nagatomo as full-backs
1'The tarps did their job to keep the pitch protected from the snow and the stands have been kept clean
MinutesText commentary
48'After three minutes of injury time the match ends: Inter 4-4 Palermo
45'The referee signals for three minutes of injury time
45'Miccoli takes a free kick for Palermo and shoots over the crossbar
42'Substitution for Inter: Zarate comes on for Milito
40'GOAL PALERMO: MICCOLI scores. A through-ball from Ilicic finds Miccoli and he scores with his left
38'Yellow card shown to Obi
36'Miccoli flagged for offside
35'Pazzini flagged for offside
31'Substitution for Palermo: Vazquez comes on for Budan
28'Maicon crosses from the right. Obi's flick-on is put in the net by Milito but the ball was ruled to have gone out of play
24'GOAL INTER: MILITO scores. Palombo passes to Zanetti. His cross is mis-hit by Pazzini but then Milito slams the ball into the net
22'Substitution for Inter: Obi comes on for Sneijder
21'GOAL PALERMO: MICCOLI scores. A cross from Balzaretti is headed in by Miccoli
19'Substitution for Inter: Palombo (his first Nerazzurri appearance) comes on for Poli
18'Substitution for Palermo: Ilicic comes on for Zaoui
18'Substitution for Palermo: Pisano comes on for Munoz
16'GOAL INTER: MILITO scores. A long pass from Lucio for Pazzini; Cambiasso flicks it on with a header and Miltio finishes with his right
14'Sjeijder's right-footer goes just wide
13'Sneijder takes a corner, flicked on by Cambiasso, but Milito fails to latch onto it
12'Silvestre blocks a shot from Nagatomo
10'GOAL INTER: MILITO scores from the spot with his right
10'Yellow card shown to Munoz
10'The referee awards a penalty to Inter after Munoz brings down Nagatomo in the box
8'Milito with an angled left-footer that goes just wide
7'GOAL PALERMO: MICCOLI scores. Budan crosses for Miccoli who surges past Ranocchia and scores with his left
4'Ranocchia closes down Budan
1'The second half begins between Inter and Palermo
Zanetti
6.51
6.51
Cambiasso
5.63
5.63
Julio Cesar
3.6
3.6
Maicon
4.13
4.13
Milito
9.51
9.51
Obi
5.4
5.4
Lucio
3.81
3.81
Sneijder
6.47
6.47
Ranocchia
3.04
3.04
Pazzini
4.68
4.68
Nagatomo
6.48
6.48
Poli
6.91
6.91
Zarate
3.5
3.5
Palombo
6.48
6.48
Average rating5.44
4shots on target5
5shots off target1
5fouls committed16
4corners6
5offsides4
32:04ball possession21:57
Ranieri unbeaten against Mutti

These two coaches have met 5 times and Mutti has yet to record a win: 2 wins for Ranieri and 3 draws.

Good record for Ranieri against Palermo, his sides always scoring

Ranieri, who played for Palermo for two seasons in 1984/85 and 1985/86, is facing the Sicilian club for the 15th time as a coach. The current Nerazzurri manager has won 9, drawn 2 and lost 3 of the previous 14 games. Ranieri's sides scored in all 14 previous meetings, racking up 34 goals in total.

Mutti v Inter: one win for the coach

Mutti has faced Inter 7 times as a coach, with 1 win (Messina 2-1 Inter, 24 April 2005), 6 defeats and 0 draws. Inter scored in all seven of those games, hitting the net 18 times in total. Mutti lost all 3 competitive matches played at the Meazza.

Milito's strike rate against Palermo

Diego Alberto Milito has scored more goals in competitive fixtures against Palermo than against any other team since he arrived Italy: 7 of his 107 strikes have come against the Sicilian outfit.

Inter's prolific bench

Inter, along with ChievoVerona, AC Milan and Novara, currently hold the record for most goals scored through substitutes in Serie A: 2011/12. 5 goals have been scored by Nerazzurri coming off the bench: Milito (2), Cambiasso, Castagnois and Faraoni (1 apiece).

Match-up between the sides with fewest draws in Serie A 2011/12

Inter have drawn fewer league games this season than any other club: just 2. Palermo have had the second fewest draws: 3 (the same number as Cesena and Genoa).

Palermo still seeking first win on the road

Palermo haven't won an away match since 15 May, when they beat Sampdoria 1-2 in a league fixture. In the 11 games played away since then, the Rosanero have had 4 draws and 7 defeats. Palermo are therefore one of three teams yet to have won a match on the road in the 2011/12 season (the other two are Novara and Siena): in 10 league matches away from the Stadio Barbera (in 9 of which they have failed to even score), they have scraped together 3 draws and 7 defeats.

Migliaccio set to become Palermo's 3rd highest appearance holder

With 146 appearances in Serie A wearing the Rosanero shirt, Giulio Migliaccio is in 4th place in the club's history for number of appearances in the top flight. If he plays tonight, he will equal Di Maso on 147. Cassani holds the record with 161 appearances, while Giaroli has 151.

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wins(20)draws(9)defeats(0)

starting lineups

Julio Cesar 1Viviano
Maicon 13Mantovani
Lucio 6Silvestre
Ranocchia 23Barreto
Nagatomo 55Munoz
Zanetti 4Miccoli
Cambiasso 19Bertolo
Poli 18Budan
Sneijder 10Donati
Pazzini 7Zaoui
Milito 22Balzaretti

substitutes

Castellazzi 12Tzorvas
Cordoba 2Aguirregaray
Chivu 26Pisano
Palombo 17Vazquez
Obi 20Acquah
Zarate 28Mehmeti
Castaignos 30Ilicic