Final score

10 March 2013 20:45

0 - 1
12' (2nd half) Gilardino
Referee: Gianpaolo Calvarese / Linesmen: Passeri, Marrazzo / Fourth official: Maggiani / Assistants: Russo, Pinzani
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47' Half time at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza: Inter 0-0 Bologna
45' There will be 2 minutes of added time
39' Stankovic is booked for a late challenge on Diamanti
38' Ranocchia ducks and Gabbiadini nearly gets onto the loose ball
38' Diamanti to Gilardino before Gabbiadini meets it with his head: Zanetti gets in well to allow Carrizo to come out and claim the ball
37' Inter free-kick: Guarin hits it and Curci claims at the second attempt
33' Schelotto feeds Gargano who goes for goal but the visiting defence take the sting out of his effort and Curci claims easily
23' Guarin plays it through to Palacio who loses his footing in front of goal
16' Gabbiadini is cautioned for simulation following a challenge with Ranocchia
11' Gilardino meets Diamanti's pass with a sweet first-time half-volley. The ball goes inches wide of Carrizo's right-hand post
6' Guarin looks for Schelotto high up the pitch: the pass is just too long
4' Chance for Bologna: a quick move finds Gabbiadini free in the box but his shot finishes in the side-netting
2' Diamanti's free-kick finds Antonsson in the middle but his header goes just over the top. First chance for Bologna
2' Guarin fouls Diamanti and concedes the match's first free-kick
1' Welcome along to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza for Inter v Bologna in Week 28 of Serie A 2012/13
1' The Rossoblu get Inter v Bologna underway here at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
1' The captain makes his 600th appearance in Serie A tonight and will wear a special shirt to mark the occasion
1' Stramaccioni picks a 4-man defence against Bologna: Zanetti, Ranocchia, Juan Jesus and Pereira from right to left
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49' It's finished Inter 0-1 Bologna, Gilardino with the winning goal. The Nerazzurri remain on 47 points in the league
48' CHANCE FOR INTER! Cambiasso nearly levels the match but Curci pushes the ball away
45' There will be 4 minutes of added time
44' Palacio is the latest player to head towards goal and once again Curci is equal to it
42' Ranocchia meets Guarin's centre with his head and gets clattered by the onrushing Curci in the process
40' Naldo is cautioned for a blatant handball
39' Ranocchia tries an audacious bicycle kick from Guarin's cross
34' Krhin very nearly doubles the visitors' lead as he heads Diamanti's cross: Carrizo pushes the ball to safety
33' Substitution for Bologna: Guarente comes on for Perez
26' Cassano oozes class as he brings the ball down over his shoulder. He gets half a yard and looks to curl it but Naldo puts in a vital block
25' Juan Jesus is given a yellow card for dissent after Mr. Calvarese fails to blow for a foul on Kovacic
24' Cassano shoots from the edge of the area, the ball catches Naldo and goes behind. Curci claims the resulting corner
23' Carrizo is there to collect Gabbiadini's low centre
21' Pereira crosses it wide for Cassano who hits the ball on the volley. Curci punches away with Ranocchia lurking
20' Final sub for Inter: Schelotto makes way for Cambiasso
15' Bologna make a change: off goes Gilardino and on comes Krhin
12' GOAL FOR BOLOGNA: Perez clips it in and Gilardino meets the ball beautifully on the volley and beats Carrizo. Inter 0-1 Bologna
10' Stankovic is struggling and can't continue: on comes Kovacic
5' Cassano plays a lovely pass to Stankovic on the edge of the box. He tries to get the ball out of his feet but is eventually dispossessed
4' Garics whips it in for Gabbiadini but Carrizo is alert to the danger and catches the ball
3' Corner to Inter: Cassano's looping header is easily claimed by Curci
1' Stramaccioni brings on Cassano for Benassi
1' The second half is underway
Average rating 4.41
4 shots on target 3
11 shots off target 8
14 fouls committed 10
11 corners 4
3 offsides 0
58% ball possession 42%
Inter unbeaten and always on target in last 16 games at the Meazza

Inter haven't lost at home in a competitive fixture since 23 September last year, when Siena triumphed 0-2 in Serie A. The 16 matches played since then have yielded 11 wins and five draws. Stramaccioni's men have hit the net in all 16 games: 31 strikes in total. There's still have some way to go before they can equal the club record of 53 home games without defeat, established between 2008 and 2010.

Kuz in line for 100th in Italy

Should he feature tonight, Zdravko Kuzmanovic will celebrate his 100th appearance in a competitive game in Italy. His 99 to date – with Fiorentina and Inter – are divided as follows: 75 in Serie A, three in the Coppa Italia and 21 in European competitions. He made his debut in Italy on 4 March 2007 in Fiorentina 5-1 Torino (Serie A).

Bologna: best attack in new year and 2nd half of season

Bologna have the best attack in Serie A in 2013, both considering the eight games in the second half of the campaign and since the start of the calendar year (which includes the last game of the first half of the season). In both cases Pioli's men have totalled 17 goals.

No clean sheets for Bologna in 16 away trips

Bologna have conceded at least once in each of their last 16 away fixtures, shipping a total of 25 goals. Their last clean sheet on the road dates back to 2 May 2012, a 1-0 victory at Catania.

Stramaccioni's 100% record against Pioli

Andrea Stramaccioni has won both of his previous meetings with Stefano Pioli, both coming this season between Inter and Bologna. Stramaccioni's men beat Bologna 3-1 away in Serie A and 3-2 after extra time at home in the Coppa Italia in January.

Stramaccioni ok against Bologna

Stramaccioni's head-to-heads with Bologna are exactly the same as his match-ups with Pioli: two wins from two games.

No draws when Pioli faces Inter

Stefano Pioli is facing Inter for the seventh time in a competitive game in his coaching career and there has yet to be a draw. The current Bologna coach has two victories to his name while the Nerazzurri have triumphed on four occasions.

Cassano set for 400th game in Italy

Antonio Cassano will reach the 400-game milestone in his professional career in Italy if he plays against Bologna. Of the 399 appearances he has made before now (with Bari, Roma, Sampdoria, AC Milan and Inter), 318 have come in Serie A, 31 in the Coppa Italia and 50 in European competitions. Cassano made his professional debut for Bari on 11 December 1999 in Lecce 1-0 Bari (Serie A).

wins(46) draws(23) defeats(13)

starting lineups

Carrizo 30 1 Curci
Zanetti 4 3 Morleo
Ranocchia 23 5 Antonsson
Jesus 40 6 Taider
Pereira 31 8 Garics
Gargano 21 10 Gilardino
Stankovic 5 15 Perez
Schelotto 7 18 Gabbiadini
Guarin 14 19 Christodouloupoulos
Benassi 24 23 Diamanti
Palacio 8 43 Sorensen


Belec 27 25 Agliardi
Di Gennaro 77 32 Stojanovic
Kovacic 10 4 Krhin
Kuzmanovic 17 9 Moscardelli
Rocchi 18 11 Motta
Cambiasso 19 17 Guarente
Chivu 26 20 Abero
Pasa 28 28 Riverola
Mbaye 33 30 Pazienza
Jonathan 42 44 Gomes
Belloni 60 45 De Carvalho
Cassano 99 77 Pasquato