Final score

28 April 2018 20:45

20' (2nd half) Barzagli o.g.
8' (2nd half) Icardi
2 - 3
44' (2nd half) Higuain
42' (2nd half) Skriniar o.g.
14' Douglas Costa
Referee: Daniele Orsato / Linesmen: Di Fiore, Manganelli / Fourth official: Tagliavento / Assistants: Valeri, Giallatini, Di Jorio
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51' Half time. The visitors go into the break with a one-goal advantage over ten-man Inter. Douglas Costa with the strike.
50' Matuidi scores but his goal is correctly ruled out for offside by VAR.
48' Candreva with some nice footwork on the edge of the Juve box, but he fails to find the target with his shot.
46' Brozovic takes the resulting free-kick but hits the wall. Corner for the Nerazzurri.
45' Six minutes of injury time have been indicated.
45' Barzagli slides in late on Icardi and is the third Juventus player to be cautioned.
44' Cuadrado with a poor effort that sails high over Handanovic's goal.
40' Cuadrado stops Perisic on the edge of the box, the home fans want a foul but Orsato ignores their protests.
35' Orsato stops the game for Candreva, who is down injured.
31' Inter come again but D'Ambrosio can't find anyone with his cross.
29' Candreva shoots from distance. Buffon pulls off a strong save.
28' Pjanic with a late challenge on Rafinha. The Juve midfielder escapes further punishment.
25' Perisic runs at Cuadrado, cuts inside and unleashes a right-footed shot, but the Inter forward couldn't control his effort.
24' Douglas Costa tries his luck from the edge of the box but his effort is wayward.
21' Pjanic is the next player to go into the referee's book.
19' Inter must now play the rest of the game with ten men.
18' After consulting VAR, Orsato changes his initial decision and gives Vecino his marching orders.
15' Vecino is booked for a challenge on Mandzukic.
14' Douglas Costa puts Juventus into the lead, firing low into the corner of the goal from a tight angle on the edge of the six-yard box.
12' Cuadrado crosses to the far post where Mandzukic wins the header. Skrinar puts the ball out for a corner ahead of Handanovic.
9' Perisic tries to free Brozovic on the edge of the box, but the Juventus defence clears.
5' Cuadrado fouls Perisic. The Juve right-back receives a yellow card.
3' Skriniar takes the ball off Matuidi and wins a goal kick
1' It's time. Orsato blows his whistle and the match starts! Forza Inter!
1' San Siro is ready for the big game. The players are coming out onto the pitch!
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50' Orsato blows his whistle for full time. A great effort from Inter, who played most of the game with ten men, but Allegri's Juventus take the three points this time.
49' A double chance for Inter - first Brozovic, then Miranda - but Buffon saves.
48' Spalletti makes his last change - Karamoh on for D'Ambrosio.
45' There will be five minutes of stoppage time.
44' Juventus regain the lead. Dybala whips in a free kick that Higuain gets his head on.
42' The visitors equalise. Cuadrado’s cross is deflected by an Inter player and goes past Handanovic into the bottom corner.
40' Spalletti makes his second change. Santon replaces Icardi, who leaves the pitch to a standing ovation.
36' Substitutions from both sides. Bentancur comes on for Pjanic, while Borja Valero is on for Rafinha, who receives a warm applause from the home crowd.
35' Another chance for Inter - Brozovic, Cancelo and Icardi involved, but the ball is too long for the Inter captain.
32' Great chance for Inter! A quick counter attack, led by Candreva, results in a drilled cross that just evades Icardi with the goal gaping.
31' Douglas Costa receives a short corner and fires the ball low into the box, but Skrinar is in the way and clears.
30' Handanovic with a fantastic save from a Dybala free kick on the edge of the box. Another corner for the visitors.
28' Miranda challenges Dybala as the forward dribbles into the box. Corner for the visitors.
25' Douglas Costa tests Handanovic, who gets down well to parry the ball out for a corner.
20' GOOOOAAALLLL!! 2-1 to Inter! Barzagli puts Perisic's low cross into his own net!
18' Higuain runs through on goal after being freed by Alex Sandro. The Argentinian rounds Handanovic but fires wide from a tight angle.
16' Dybala comes on for Khedira in Juventus' first change.
15' Rafinha's shot is held by Buffon
12' Pjanic arrives in high and late on Rafinha, risking a second yellow card. Brozovic is booked for dissent.
8' GOOOAAALLL! Cancelo sends a ferocious ball into the box from the resulting free kick and Icardi directs his header past Buffon!
7' Mandzukic is booked for a challenge on Skrinar.
5' Perisic's cross is too high for Icardi.
4' Candreva gets the ball off D'Ambrosio and makes his way into the box, but the forward doesn't connect well with his cross.
1' The second half kicks off.

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Average rating 6.06 SEND RATINGS
5 shots on target 4
4 shots off target 7
7 fouls committed 15
2 corners 8
1 offsides 2
44% ball possession 56%

Inter have won only one of their last 10 Serie A games against Juventus, losing on five occasions.

However, Juve have lost their last two games at Inter’s ground, 2-1 in the league and 3-0 in Coppa Italia.

Inter have failed to score in five of their last seven games against Juve in all competitions, in the two other when they’ve found the net, the Nerazzurri ended up winning the game.

Inter’s last home defeat in this campaign was back in December against Udinese – since then, the Nerazzurri have collected four draws and four wins at the San Siro.

Inter haven’t conceded a single goal in their last four home games – the last time they kept five consecutive clean sheets at home was in April 2010.

The last time Juve went three straight games without a win in Serie A was in May 2017.

Three of the last five goals conceded by the Bianconeri in Serie A have come from corner situations – Max Allegri’s side have now shipped 10 goals from set-pieces this term out of the 20 total goals they’ve conceded.

These are two of the three teams (along with Roma) that have conceded the joint-fewest goals from outside the box so far in this Serie A campaign (three apiece).

Mauro Icardi has scored seven goals in 10 Serie A games against Juventus so far, three of which have come in his four appearances against them at the San Siro.

Despite playing 133 minutes over his last two Serie A appearances, Paulo Dybala didn’t attempt a single shot, and made only four touches in the opposition box.


wins(44) draws(33) defeats(25)

MILAN - Everything happened at San Siro on matchday 35 of the Serie A TIM season in the match between Inter and Juventus. The Nerazzurri left the pitch beaten 3-2 in a match that was full of incidents and after having played most of the game with ten men. Spalletti’s team remain on 66 points in the table, four behind Roma and one behind Lazio who face Torino. 

The atmosphere at San Siro was fiery and the teams didn’t hold back from the opening whistle. Five minutes in, the first yellow card was shown when Cuadrado tripped Perisic. The Bianconeri were dangerous in the 12th minute when a Mandzukic header was cleared by Skriniar inside the six-yard box. 60 seconds later, they took the lead. Cuadrado crossed it deep, Matuidi failed to touch it and it fell to Douglas Costa who beat Handanovic with a powerful strike. The referee went to VAR to confirm it was a good goal and the Brazilian’s strike stood. The key incident was on 15 minutes. Vecino was booked for a late challenge on Mandzukic but following the use of VAR, the referee changed his decision and showed a straight red card to the Uruguayan. Spalletti was forced to make running repairs and Inter switched to a 4-4-1 formation with Candreva and Perisic out wide. Inevitably, the match became jittery and Pjanic was booked for dissent on 21 minutes and he risked being shown a second yellow a few minutes later for a foul on Rafinha. In the 29th minute, Candreva put Juventus hearts in mouthes with a powerful strike from 30 metres that Buffon just about tipped out for a corner. Considering all the stoppages, the referee awarded six minutes of additional time. In the 50th minute, Matiuidi scored following a mix-up in the area but VAR was used again and the goal was disallowed for offside. The first half came to a close with Inter a goal and a man down. 

There were no changes at the break. Inter started with their heads to the ground in search of an equaliser which came despite the man disadvantage. In the 52 minute, Icardi’s header from a Cancelo cross left Buffon with no chance. The Nerazzurri bravely continued to push on. In the 58th minute, D’Ambrosio was booked for his complaints after the referee decided not to book Pjanic again for a foul on Rafinha. Allegri brought Dybala on for Khedira. In the 63rd minute, Higuain missed a huge chance. He was set up by Alex Sandro, rounded Handanovic but then incredibly missed the target with his left foot. 

Inter then went ahead a few moments after. Perisic showed great persistence down the left, his low cross was then turned by Barzagli into his own net. The 78,000 fans at San Siro exploded with joy as the ten men of Inter were ahead. Spalletti’s team continued to look for a third. In the 76th minute, Candreva got away on the right but his Icardi just failed to get onto the end of his teasing cross. In the final moments when it all seemed set to come to a close, it was time for some cruel late drama. In the 87th minute, Cuadrardo made his way into the box and his cross struck the unfortunate Skriniar and made its way into Handanovic’s goal. Two minutes later, Juventus went ahead. Higuain headed in from a Dybala free kick. It was unbelievable but true. Inter went off beaten in the most painful way possible. 

Now, there are three matches left in the race for Champions League and Inter will need three wins and we’ll need to see the same Inter that we saw tonight at San Siro. 

Now and forever, #ForzaInter! 


Goals: 13' Douglas Costa (J), 52' Icardi (I), 65’ og. Barzagli (I), 87’ og. Skriniar (I), 89' Higuain (J)

INTER: 1 Handanovic; 7 Cancelo, 37 Skriniar, 25 Miranda, 33 D'Ambrosio (93' 17 Karamoh); 11 Vecino, 77 Brozovic; 87 Candreva, 8 Rafinha (81' 20 B. Valero), 44 Perisic; 9 Icardi (85' 21 Santon)

Bench: 27 Padelli, 46 Berni, 2 Lisandro, 13 Ranocchia, 23 Eder, 29 Dalbert, 99 Pinamonti

Coach: Luciano Spalletti


JUVENTUS: 1 Buffon; 7 Cuadrado, 24 Rugani, 15 Barzagli, 12 Alex Sandro; 6 Khedira (61' 10 Dybala), 5 Pjanic (80' 30 Bentancur), 14 Matuidi; 11 Douglas Costa, 9 Higuain, 11 Mandzukic (66' 33 Bernardeschi)

Bench: 23 Szczesny, 16 Pinsoglio, 3 Chiellini, 4 Benatia, 8 Marchisio, 21 Howedes, 22 Asamoah, 26 Lichtsteiner

Coach: Massimiliano Allegri

Bookings: Cuadrado (J), Pjanic (J), Barzagli (J), Mandzukic (J), D'Ambrosio (I), Alex Sandro (J), Brozovic (I)

Red Card: 18' Vecino (I)


Stoppage Time: 6' + 5'

Referee: Orsato

Assistants: Di Fiore e Manganelli

Fourth Official: Tagliavento

VAR Operators: Valeri, Giallatini, Di Jorio


starting lineups

Handanovic 1 1 Buffon
Cancelo 7 7 Cuadrado
Skriniar 37 15 Barzagli
Miranda 25 24 Rugani
D'Ambrosio 33 12 Alex Sandro
Vecino 11 6 Khedira
Brozovic 77 5 Pjanic
Candreva 87 14 Matuidi
Alcantara 11 Douglas Costa
Perisic 44 9 Higuain
Icardi 9 17 Mandzukic


Padelli 27 23 Szczesny
Berni 46 16 Pinsoglio
Lopez 2 3 Chiellini
Ranocchia 13 4 Benatia
Karamoh 17 8 Marchisio
Valero 20 10 Dybala
Santon 21 21 Howedes
Eder 23 22 Asamoah
Estevão 29 26 Lichtsteiner
Pinamonti 99 30 Bentancur
33 Bernardeschi

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