Final score

5 November 2017 12:30

34' (2nd half) Eder
1 - 1
14' (2nd half) Iago Falque
Referee: Daniele Orsato / Linesmen: Riccardo Di Fiore, Lorenzo Manganelli / Fourth official: Eugenio Abbattista / Assistants: Paolo Tagliavento, Stefano Alassio
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46' The first half is over here at the Meazza, with Inter vs. Torino still goalless
45' One minute of added time set to be played
45' Ansaldi jinks his way down the left and crosses for Baselli, whose following header just sneaks past the post
43' Rossettini blocks a powerful effort from Candreva, before Gagliardini then sends his strike over
42' Burdisso holds up Icardi and receives an inevitable yellow card
40' Candreva tees up D'Ambrosio, although his header fails to find the target
38' Candreva's corner finds the head of Skriniar, who leaps high to force a miraculous save from Sirigu
37' Icardi finds space on the edge of the area, with De Silvestri producing a good block to deflect his effort out for a corner
36' Nagatomo plays in Perisic, whose subsequent cross is dealt with by Sirigu
33' Vecino halts a Granata counter-attack by pulling back Belotti and consequently receives a yellow card
31' A skewed cross from Ansaldi fails to find a teammate
27' Icardi almost breaks through but the Torino defence just clear at the last moment! All Inter at the moment!
25' Double chance for Inter! An initial delivery from Candreva inches just past Icardi, while Gagliardini's following effort flies over
23' A cute cross from Candreva found Icardi lurking in the area, although the Argentine's scuffed shot is easily saved by the opposition shot-stopper. Big chance for the Nerazzurri!
19' A cross-come shot from Vecino forces a strong save from Sirigu at the front post
16' Candreva works the ball down the right before then playing in D'Ambrosio, whose following cross is easily caught by Sirigu
14' Handanovic saves after Baselli tries his luck from just outside the area
11' Nkoulou heads clear after a cross from Perisic
9' Nagatomo's clearance falls to Baselli, whose speculative effort sails high over Handanovic's crossbar
8' D'Ambrosio and Candreva link up down the right, although the Nerauzzurri's No. 87 is ruled offside
6' Ansaldi clears after an awkward cross from Perisic
3' Inter step on the gas early on, with Candreva's cross just missing Icardi in the middle
1' The opposition get us underway here in Milan. Come on lads! #ForzaInter
1' Over 70,000 here at the Meazza for the matchday 12 Serie A encounter between Inter and Torino today. The teams are now making their way out onto the pitch
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49' And it's all over here at the Meazza, with an equaliser from Eder successfully cancelling out Iago Falque's opener
45' Four minutes of added time have been added on. Come on guys, let's get a winner!
44' Berenguer comes on for Ljajic in what is Torino's final substitution
43' Booking for Acquah
43' VECINO HITS THE WOODWORK!!! A fantastic effort from the Nerazzurri No.11 is kept out only by the crossbar!
39' Eder tries his luck with a speculative effort but fails to find the target
38' Brozovic brings down Belotti and receives a booking for his troubles
37' Another change for Torino, with Niang replacing goalscorer Iago Falque
34' GOALL!!! GOAAALLLL!!!! GOOOOAAAALLLLLL!!! A cross from Perisic finds Icardi at the back post, who unselfishly plays in Eder to dispatch the equaliser! 1-1!
31' Second change for Inter with Brozovic coming on for Nagatomo
30' A cross from Belotti fails to threaten following a Torino counter-attack
28' Torino make a change, with Acquah replacing Obi
27' Sirigu races out to intercept an enticing pass from Borja Valero that was intended for Candreva
25' A Nerazzurri corner finds Skriniar, although his header drifts wide of the post
24' Spalletti makes his first change of the match, with Gagliardini making way for Eder
21' Skriniar now also finds himself in the book after a foul on Belotti
19' Orsato shows Obi the yellow hard after a late challenge on Skriniar
17' Yet another chance for the home side, with Icardi successfully skipping past Nkoulou but failing to keep his effort under control
16' Sirigu booked for time wasting
14' Iago Falque races forward on the counter-attack and fires a left-footed effort past Handanovic. Torino take the lead
13' Great offensive play from the Nerazzurri, with Icardi's eventual effort being deflected out off Obi
11' Rincon produces a tough tackle on Vecino and duly receives a booking from the referee
8' Belotti finds space, although his header fails to find the target
7' Inter threaten once again through solid link-up play from Nagatomo and Vecino, with the latter's header being saved by Sirigu
4' Sirigu produces a wonderful save to keep out a header from Vecino! So close!!
2' Lethal counter-attack from Perisic although his final ball is dealt with by the Torino defence
1' The second half is now underway with no changes from either side

Average rating 5.7
5 shots on target 3
9 shots off target 4
18 fouls committed 12
8 corners 3
2 offsides 3
53% ball possession 47%

Torino have conceded 12 goals in their six Serie A away games so far this season, managing to keep a clean sheet only once away from home this term (vs Benevento).

The Granata have conceded goals in each of the last eight match-days of Serie A, only Benevento currently have a worse run (11 games).

Andrea Belotti has scored in each of his two previous games played for Torino against Inter at the San Siro so far.

Ivan Perisic was involved in nine goals in 11 Serie A appearances this season. Along with Immobile, he is one of only two players with at least four assists and four goals this season.

The last six Serie A meetings between these two sides have seen two wins apiece and two draws. Also, the last six meetings in Milan are perfectly even, with two wins for Inter, two for Torino and two draws.

Inter have won their last six home games, keeping a clean sheet three times in the process.
Prior to this season, only on two previous occasions had Inter recorded nine wins and two draws in the first 11 matches of a Serie A campaign: in 1988/89 and in 1952/53 – on both occasions, the Nerazzurri went on to win the title.

Only Roma (11) have hit the woodwork more times than Inter (7) in Serie A this season.

The last three goals scored by Inter at the Meazza against Torino were all scored by Mauro Icardi.

wins(47) draws(29) defeats(17)

MILAN - The early matchday 12 kick-off between Inter and Torino in Serie A TIM ended as a hard-fought 1-1 draw on Sunday, with the fixture being played out in front of 71,000 fans at the San Siro. The Nerazzurri had numerous chances to score throughout the match, although Iago Falque broke the deadlock against the odds after the interval, with an equaliser from Eder eventually snatching a draw for Inter. The result now leaves Spalletti’s side on 30 points in the league standings. 

Following a strong start to the match, the first chance fell to the Nerazzurri, with Candreva’s fourth minute cross just sneaking past Icardi in the opposition penalty area. Torino soon responded with two good chances for Baselli; his first sailing high over the crossbar, while his second effort was well saved by Handanovic. Just four minutes later, Vecino sought to surprise Sirigu at the near post, although the Granata shot-stopper did well to get across. With Candreva proving to be a real handful down the right, he teed up Icardi once again in the 23rd minute, who failed to make full contact with his following shot. Gagliardini then tried his luck just moments later, although his powerful strike went over. Sirigu was called into action once again in the 38th minute, as he produced a fantastically athletic save to keep out a header from Skriniar. Despite a late headed chance from Baselli, the first half eventually finished goalless.

Coming out for the second 45, Inter immediately looked for the opener. The 49th minute saw Nagatomo swing in a perfect cross for Vecino, whose header was turned out for a corner by Sirigu. Just less than 10 minutes later Borja Valero slid in Icardi, whose right-footed shot was deflected out for a corner from Obi. Despite significant Nerazzurri pressure, Torino managed to take the lead in the 60th minute, with Iago Falque breaking forward into the home side’s final third and unleashing a fierce left-footed shot into the bottom corner. Further missed chances soon arrived for Inter, with Icardi failing to find the target with a wayward effort in the 62nd minute. Five minutes later, Obi tried his luck in the air but was unable to extend his side’s narrow lead. Following a tentative effort from Belotti, the Nerazzurri’s long-winded efforts were soon rewarded. Come the 79th minute, Perisic swung in a cross for Icardi at the back post, who unselfishly cut it back for Eder who made no mistake with the finish. With the game entering its final stages, Inter pushed hard for a winner, with Vecino going close as he crashed a wicked long-range effort off the crossbar late on. Four minutes of time were added on at the end, although Inter and Torino were ultimately forced to share the spoils. 

Due to the imminent international break, Inter’s next match will now be against Atalanta on Sunday 19th November at the San Siro (20:45 CET). 

Goalscorers: 60' Iago Falque (T), 79' Eder (I)

INTER: 1 Handanovic; 33 D'Ambrosio, 37 Skriniar, 25 Miranda, 55 Nagatomo (76' 77 Brozovic); 11 Vecino, 5 Gagliardini (69' 23 Eder); 87 Candreva, 20 B. Valero, 44 Perisic; 9 Icardi
Substitutes: 27 Padelli, 46 Berni, 7 Cancelo, 10 Joao Mario, 13 Ranocchia, 17 Karamoh, 21 Santon, 29 Dalbert
Coach: Luciano Spalletti

TORINO: 39 Sirigu; 29 De Silvestri, 33 N'Koulou, 13 Burdisso, 15 Ansaldi; 88 Rincon, 8 Baselli, 22 Obi (73' 6 Acquah); 14 Iago Falque (82' 11 Niang), 9 Belotti, 10 Ljajic (89' 21 Berenguer)
Substitutes: 1 Ichazo, 32 Milinkovic-Savic, 3 Molinaro, 5 Valdifiori, 16 Gustafson, 20 Edera, 24 Moretti, 31 Boyè, 97 Lyanco
Coach: Sinisa Mihajlovic

Bookings: Vecino (I), Burdisso (T), Rincon (T), Sirigu (T), Obi (T), Skriniar (I), Brozovic (I), Acquah (T)

Added time: 1' + 4'

Referee: Orsato
Assistants: Di Fiore, Manganelli
Fourth Official: Abbattista
VAR operators: Tagliavento, Alassio

starting lineups

Handanovic 1 39 Sirigu
D'Ambrosio 33 29 De Silvestri
Skriniar 37 33 Nkoulou
Miranda 25 13 Burdisso
Nagatomo 55 15 Ansaldi
Gagliardini 5 8 Baselli
Vecino 11 88 Rincon
Candreva 87 22 Obi
Valero 20 10 Ljajic
Perisic 44 9 Belotti
Icardi 9 14 Iago Falque


Padelli 27 1 Ichazo
Berni 46 32 Milinkovic-Savic
Cancelo 7 3 Molinaro
Joao Mario 10 5 Valdifiori
Ranocchia 13 6 Acquah
Karamoh 17 11 Niang
Santon 21 16 Gustafson
Eder 23 20 Edera
Estevão 29 21 Berenguer
Brozovic 77 24 Moretti
31 Boye
97 Evangelista

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