Final score

27 January 2013 20:45

22' (2nd half) Cambiasso
5' Chivu
2 - 2
7' (2nd half) Meggiorini
23' Meggiorini
Referee: Davide Massa / Linesmen: Barbirati, Maggiani / Fourth official: Di Liberatore / Assistants: Mazzoleni, Russo
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47' The first half ends here at the San Siro: Inter 1-1 Torino
45' The referee adds 2 minutes of injury time
45' Ranocchia heads on a corner but Gillet gets to it before Palacio can manage
45' From the left, Nagatomo sends in a ball that is deflected out for an Inter corner
40' Gillet blocks a left-footed effort from Nagatomo
36' Palacio cuts in from the left, beats two defenders and sends his shot wide
35' Cerci crosses from the right but Handanovic clears it without problems
33' Cassano sends a long through ball to Nagatomo but the full-back is dispossessed in the box by D'Ambrosio
31' From the edge of the box, Guarin blasts his free kick into the wall
28' Chivu's injury forces Stramaccioni to make a substitution and send on Pereira in his place
23' GOAL TORINO - Guarin loses the ball at the edge of the box and Meggiorini sends it to the back of the net with his left. 1-1
22' Torino attempt to keep the pressure high, but Inter are handling it well
18' Problems for Chivu as he leaves the pitch to receive medical attention
15' Cerci tries from distance but the ball deflects off of Chivu for a corner
14' Meggiorini connects with a header: too high
13' A Torino cross arrives from the right but Zanetti is there to clear the danger
9' Gargano wins a ball and sends it to Palacio who however shoots wide of the goal
5' GOAL INTER! Cristian Chivu steps up to take a free kick and curls in a beauty with his left. The Nerazzurri take the lead
4' Inter on the offensive: Zanetti's cross is cleared but only as far as Cassano, who takes a crack from the edge of the box
1' Welcome to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza: we're all ready for Inter v Torino
1' The game is underway as Inter take the opening kick-off
1' Antonio Cassano and Rodrigo Palacio are the two forwards starting up top
1' In midfield, Zanetti and Nagatomo on the flanks, Guarin, Gargano and Mudingayi in the middle
1' Inter take to the pitch with Handanovic in goal and a defence of Ranocchia, Chivu and Juan Jesus
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49' The ref blows the final whistle to end the match at the San Siro: Inter 2-2 Torino
49' Bianchi latches on to a pass in the Nerazzurri's box and thumps a shot that Handanovic blocks with both hands
45' The referee signals for 4 minutes of injury time
44' Guarin unloads a right-footer from outside the box but it's blocked. Inter continue to push forward
40' A rebound falls favourably for Bianchi but he drags his shot well wide of goal
36' Torino make a substitution as Vives comes on for Cerci
35' Cambiasso is shown a yellow card for protesting
31' Cerci takes a free kick from the right but the ball goes out
30' The 3rd sub for Inter: Alvarez takes the place of Cassano
29' Contact in the box between Ranocchia and Rodriguez who seems to catch the Nerazzurri defender with his knee. No whistle from the ref
28' Cassano picks out Palacio in the box and the shot from the Argentine is parried by Gillet for a corner
26' Torino threaten when Handanovic pushes a shot from Bianchi onto the post
25' Substitution for Torino: Birsa comes on for Santana
22' GOAL INTER! - Zanetti breaks into the box, carries the ball along the byline and expertly picks out Cambiasso, who buries it with his right
21' Palacio elegantly controls ball before attempting to curl it into the top corner with his right. The ball goes high
17' Gargano passes to Cambiasso but the flag goes up for offside
16' Cassano finds Cambiasso who crosses from the left, but Palacio is beaten to the ball
16' Torino go to the bench and send on Bianchi for Barreto
14' Nagatomo connects with a header in the box. Off target
12' Gillet dives low to his right to snuff out Guarin's long-distance attempt
10' Cerci initiates a move for Torino that concludes with Meggiorini's off-target shot
7' Substitution for Inter as Cambiasso comes on for Mudingayi
7' GOAL TORINO - Cerci surges down the right and sends in a low cross for Meggiorini to first-time into the net
5' Mudingayi leaves the pitch for medical attention
4' Guarin's cross from the right goes out for a goal kick
1' The second half begins as Torino kick off
Average rating 4.32
5 shots on target 5
4 shots off target 4
14 fouls committed 8
7 corners 3
0 offsides 3
45% ball possession 55%
Inter unbeaten in 12 at the San Siro

Inter have not lost a competitive fixture at home since a 2-0 league defeat to Siena on 23 September. The Nerazzurri have since put together a sequence of nine wins and three draws. Were Stramaccioni's men to continue their unbeaten run later, they'd still have a long way to go before matching the record 53 home games without defeat between 2008 and 2010.

Rocchi in search of his 100th goal in Serie A

New signing Tommaso Rocchi is just one strike away from his 100th goal in Serie A. The first of his 99 - 17 with Empoli, 82 with Lazio - came on 29 September 2002 in Perugia 1-3 Empoli.

Torino, no wins at Inter since 1988: none home or away since 1994

Torino's last win away to Inter came on 14 February 1988, when they won 1-0 in the league thanks to a Cravero penalty on 12 minutes. Since then the Nerazzurri have won nine and drawn five at the San Siro against today's opponents. In fact, Torino haven't beaten Inter at all since 27 February 1994, when they won 2-0 at home thanks to goals from Poggi and Cois. The Nerazzurri have won 14 and drawn three since then.

No goalless draw for Inter, Toro record breakers

Inter, along with Roma, are one of two sides who are yet to record a 0-0 draw this season. The last time the Nerazzurri recorded a goalless draw was back on 22 April, 26 games ago. Torino, on the other hand, have recorded the most 0-0 stalemates in Serie A this season: four, the same number as Siena.

Torino unbeaten in 5 league games, best run of the season

Torino's last league defeat came on 9 December when they lost 4-2 at home to AC Milan: the Granata have won three and drawn two in Serie A since then, their best run of the season so far.

Visitors: 242 minutes without conceding on the road

The last goal Torino conceded on the road was on 16 December when they drew 1-1 at Genoa, Granqvist finding the net for the Rossoblu on 28 minutes. The 62 remaining minutes of that match, plus the 0-0 at Catania and the 2-0 away victory over Pescara, mean it's now 242 minutes since the Granata conceded away from home.

Ventura looking for 300th win of his career

Giampiero Ventura is just one victory away from his 300th as a coach. His current total of 299 comprises the following: 40 in Serie A, 152 in Serie B, 50 in C-1, 27 in C-2, 18 in the Coppa Italia, 11 in the Coppa Serie C and 1 in the Anglo-Italian Cup. The rest of his 833 professional matches as a coach have seen 274 draws and 260 defeats. Ventura's first success came on 28 August 1985, when his Entella side beat Carrarese 1-0 in the Coppa Serie C. The man from Genoa has coached the following sides during his career: (in chronological order) Entella, Spezia, Centese, Pistoiese, Giarre, Venezia, Lecce, Cagliari, Sampdoria, Udinese, Napoli, Messina, Verona, Pisa, Bari and Torino.

Stramaccioni victorious in previous meeting

Andrea Stramaccioni and Giampiero Ventura meet for the second time today: the Nerazzurri coach won their only previous meeting, 2-0 at Torino on 16 September.

wins(46) draws(29) defeats(17)

starting lineups

Handanovic 1 Gillet
Ranocchia 23 Rodriguez
Chivu 26 D'Ambrosio
Jesus 40 Santana
Zanetti 4 Barreto
Gargano 21 Cerci
Mudingayi 16 Gazzi
Nagatomo 55 Masiello
Guarin 14 Glik
Cassano 99 Brighi
Palacio 8 Meggiorini


Belec 27 Gomis
Di Gennaro 77 Basha
Silvestre 6 Di Cesare
Alvarez 11 Suciu
Mariga 17 Bianchi
Rocchi 18 Caceres
Cambiasso 19 Bakic
Benassi 24 Vives
Pereira 31 Darmian
Jonathan 42 Birsa
Bessa 82
Livaja 88