Final score

26 November 2012 21:00

30' (2nd half) Sansone
1 - 0
Referee: Luca Banti / Linesmen: Di Fiore, Giallatini / Fourth official: Liberti / Assistants: Valeri, Baracani
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Minute Text commentary
46' Parma and Inter head in at the interval with the deadlock yet to be broken: 0-0
45' The ref has given one minute of added time
44' Biabiany fizzes an effort inches wide of the post
41' Cambiasso shows his experience to stop Biabiany in his tracks as the former Inter forward was looking to break into the box
39' Valdes swings in a free kick towards the far post: Paletta connects but knocks it wide
37' Gobbi goes into the book for a foul on Palacio as the Argentine was trying to get in behind Parma's defensive line
35' A ball is played out to the right seeking Palacio, Valdes puts it behind for a corner
33' Mirante leaps high to collect Palacio's delivery from the right
32' Amauri beats Ranocchia to a high cross and directs a powerful header goalwards, Handanovic is well positioned and keeps it out
30' Nagatomo is released inside the box but play is halted, seemingly for an inexplicable offside decision
25' Gobbi is the intended target for Marchionni's cross but Zanetti gets there first and heads clear
24' Biabiany goes on a mazy run and enters the box, Juan Jesus gets a foot in and Inter clear their lines
23' Guarin fires in a cross-shot from some way out, no problem for Mirante
21' Milito sets up Palacio on the right of the box but a last-ditch challenge from Paletta thwarts the Nerazzurri again
20' Following a corner, Milito crosses into the box for Cambiasso. That man Paletta is in the right place at the right time again and gets his body in the way
19' The ball is played forward for Milito, he's obstructed by Paletta
17' Valdes has a go from outside the box but it's one to forget as it sails miles over
15' Mirante comes out to make a confident claim with Milito lurking
13' A venomous free kick from Guarin grazes the outside of the near post
10' Zanetti is there to halt Acquah from continuing his charge down the left wing
8' Inter continuing to press here, it's Paletta again who blocks Milito
7' Acquah cuts out a ball intended for Palacio
6' Nagatomo centres for Palacio from the left but the forward is beaten to it in the air by Paletta
5' Paletta closes the door on Guarin
4' Great intervention from Handanovic there. Marchionni whips in a dangerous low ball which Samuel gets a foot to and inadvertently directs it goalwards, big Samir gets his body across well to claw it out
2' Ranocchia sends a long ball up for Milito, the Argentine is through on goal but the linesman's flag is up
1' Welcome to the Stadio Ennio Tardini for live text commentary of tonight's 2012/13 Serie A Week 14 match between Parma and Inter
1' Inter take the kick-off. FORZA NERAZZURRI!!!
1' A five-man midfield of Zanetti, Guarin, Cambiasso, Alvarez and Nagatomo; Palacio and Milito up front
1' Stramaccioni fields Ranocchia, Samuel and Juan Jesus in defence with Handanovic in goal
Minute Text commentary
49' Parma v Inter finishes 1-0, Sansone's strike proving to be decisive
47' Duncan picks up a booking for a crunching challenge on Belfodil
45' Four minutes of added time have been awarded by Mr Banti
45' Livaja takes over from Cambiasso
41' Inter substitution: Duncan comes on for Juan Jesus
40' Handanovic makes a fine save from Benalouane's header
36' Coutinho knocks the ball forward for Palacio, who is in an offside position
36' Coutinho cracks an effort at goal: Mirante beats it away
33' Goalscorer Sansone makes way for Belfodil
30' GOAL FOR PARMA: Sansone drives his way forward from midfield and shoots past Handanovic from the edge of the box
29' Parma also make a substitution, with Benalouane replacing Rosi
28' A change for Inter: Coutinho comes on for Alvarez
26' Valdes is booked
22' Zaccardo has a dig from some way out, Ranocchia gets a touch and Handanovic mops up
21' Palacio is cautioned for tugging Amauri
18' Guarin blasts a piledriver at goal, Mirante is alert to it and turns the ball behind
13' Biabiany looking dangerous on the right, Ranocchia has the measure of him
11' Guarin bends a free kick into the box, Mirante punches clear
9' Valdes blasts a free kick at Handanovic's goal, it takes a deflection on its way but the Nerazzurri shotstopper still makes the block
7' Guarin gets himself into a shooting position on the right of the box but skews his attempt wide
5' Gobbi sends in a great cross for Biabiany, who can only half-connect and it runs out of play beyond the far post
1' The second half gets under way with no changes made during the break
1' Milito fires in an early effort, Mirante stretches to save
Average rating 4.38
6 shots on target 5
7 shots off target 5
8 fouls committed 18
8 corners 7
4 offsides 4
41% ball possession 59%
Stramaccioni v Donadoni

Roberto Donadoni and Andrea Stramaccioni are pitting their wits against each other for the second time as coaches. In the previous encounter, a Serie A match played last May, the Parma manager came out on top and claimed a 3-1 victory.

Stramaccioni against Parma

Andrea Stramaccioni has only faced Parma once before: at the Stadio Tardini on 2 May this year. The hosts ran out 3-1 winners.

Donadoni and Inter

Roberto Donadoni is taking on Inter for the seventh time in his coaching career. There has yet to be a draw and the home side has always won: 2 victories for Donadoni's teams and 4 for the Nerazzurri. The current Parma coach suffered his heaviest defeat at the hands of Inter: on 16 October 2005, his Livorno were beaten 5-0 in a Serie A clash at the San Siro.

Mirante v Palacio

Antonio Mirante has had more goals put past him by Inter forward Palacio than any other player during his professional career: 7 out of the 297 times he's picked the ball out of the net. The reverse statistic is also true: Mirante is the keeper whom Palacio has scored against most often. The Parma custodian is thus three goals short of letting in his 300th career goal. His first came on 18 August 2004 when he was keeping goal for Crotone: it was a Coppa Italia match and Nigro scored against him in the 64th minute of a 1-1 draw.

Inter's last 10 away trips in Serie A: no draws, always scoring

Inter haven't drawn an away game in Serie A since 22 April, when they played out a goalless stalemate at Fiorentina. In the ten matches since then, the Nerazzurri have recorded 7 wins and 3 defeats and have always scored at least once, hitting the target 21 times in total.

Parma unbeaten at home in 8 months

The last time Parma lost a competitive fixture at home was on 17 March, at the hands of AC Milan (0-2). In the eleven home encounters since then Parma have accumulated a massive 27 points out of a possible 33 thanks to 8 wins and 3 draws. Parma are one of only three Serie A teams still unbeaten at home in the league this season, along with Napoli and Fiorentina.

wins(7) draws(6) defeats(14)

starting lineups

Mirante 1 Handanovic
Rosi 23 Ranocchia
Zaccardo 25 Samuel
Paletta 40 Jesus
Gobbi 4 Zanetti
Marchionni 14 Guarin
Valdes 19 Cambiasso
Acquah 11 Alvarez
Sansone 55 Nagatomo
Amauri 8 Palacio
Biabiany 22 Milito


Pavarini 12 Castellazzi
Lucarelli 27 Belec
Santacroce 6 Silvestre
Arteaga 42 Jonathan
Benalouane 31 Pereira
Fideleff 17 Mariga
Morrone 24 Benassi
Musacci 52 Romanò
Ninis 41 Duncan
Palladino 7 Coutinho
Belfodil 88 Livaja