9 February 2019 20:30
|45'||The first half comes to an end at the Tardini: it's 0-0 at the break|
|43'||Inglese fires just wide with his right foot|
|41'||The ball falls to Joao Mario in the penalty area, but he can't connect with the ball properly|
|37'||Vecino is booked after a foul on Gagliolo|
|34'||Icardi looks to convert Perisic's cross-cum-shot but can't find the back of the net|
|32'||Perisic goes close after getting in behind Parma's defence. Sepe comes out to make the save, however|
|31'||Siligardi looks to fire one in from the edge of the area, but Vecino is there to deflect it out for a corner|
|29'||Nainggolan's strike is deflected behind for a corner|
|27'||It's an even match at the moment: Inter continue to take the game to Parma, but the Crociati are defending well and looking to hit the Nerazzurri on the break|
|22'||Gervinho hits the bar inside the box after cutting in from the left|
|19'||Inter are pressing: Nainggolan tries from distance but fires off target|
|19'||Icardi can't quite finish Perisic's dangerous ball across the face of the Parma goal|
|18'||No Inter player can get on the end of Asamoah's dangerous cross and the ball ends up out of play|
|15'||Nainggoalan finds Icardi at the edge of the Parma penalty area, with the Nerazzurri captain going on to win a corner|
|13'||D'Ambrosio can't quite manage to find the right cross after Joao Mario's through ball|
|10'||De Vrij gets in the way of Inglese's header following Barillà's cross|
|7'||Asamoah plays the ball over the top towards Perisic, but nothing comes of it|
|4'||Kucka meets Parma's first corner of the match but can only head wide|
|1'||Luciano Spalletti's men kick us off. Forza Inter!|
|1'||The teams are on the pitch, kick-off is coming up soon. The Nerazzurri line up in a 4-2-3-1 formation: D'Ambrosiom De Vrij, Skriniar and Asamoah start in front of Handanovic, with Vecino and Brozovic sitting in front of the defence. Joao Mario, Nainnggolan and Perisic line up behind Icardi, who will play up front on his own|
|1'||We're almost set for Parma vs. Inter on matchday 23 of the 2018/19 Serie A TIM season|
|50'||It's over at the Tardini! A great performance from Inter, who beat Parma thanks to Lautaro Martinez's goal!|
|48'||Spalletti makes his last substitution: Cedric Soares replaces Mauro Icardi|
|47'||Inglese's acrobatic effort is saved by Handanovic|
|45'||Four minutes have been added on here|
|45'||Yet another shot at the Nerazzurri's goal, but Sepe saves Lautaro Martinez's strike|
|45'||Great skill by Icardi to beat Bastoni before he then wins a corner off Alves|
|44'||Biabiany also receives a yellow card|
|43'||Another change for Inter: Nainggolan makes way for Gagliardini|
|42'||Nainnggolan has an effort from distance, but Sepe makes the save|
|41'||Nainggolan enters the referee's notebook|
|40'||The Nerazzurri go close twice: Vecino tries to poke home, but it's cleared off the line. Brozovic then hits the post!|
|39'||D'Aversa turns to his bench for the last time as Kucka is replaced by Sprocati|
|38'||Another chance for Inter: Vecino evades Alves's challege but fires wide|
|37'||Brozovic's shot from distance is deflected behind for a corner|
|35'||GOOOAAAAAAAAALLLLLL, EL TOROOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Nainggolan's through ball finds Lautaro Martinez, who holds off the attentions of Iacoponi and beats Sepe: 1-0 to Inter!!!|
|32'||Parma also make a change: Stulac comes on for Scozzarella|
|31'||Spalletti makes his first change: Lautaro Martinez replaces Joao Mario|
|26'||The match is being played in one half of the pitch, but Spalletti's men are struggling to break through the yellow and blue wall|
|21'||The Nerazzurri continue to dominate but are struggling to find the right opening|
|17'||Icardi fires wide at the back post following Skriniar's flick-on|
|16'||Gagliolo picks up a booking for a foul on Joao Mario|
|13'||Parma make a change: Biabiany comes on in Siligardi's place|
|11'||D'Ambrosio looks to centre the ball, but Bastoni knocks it behind for a corner|
|9'||Inter look to have taken the lead through D'Ambrosio, but it's ruled out for handball|
|6'||The Nerazzurri are well on top here as Icardi has another chance. Parma somehow survive|
|4'||Another great chance for Inter as Icardi gets on the end of Perisic's ball into the box, but the Argentine striker is unable to head it on target|
|2'||Sepe produces a great save to deny Nainggolan. Corner for Inter!|
|1'||The second half begins with no changes at the break|
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|1||shots on target||6|
|3||shots off target||9|
This will be the 50th Serie A meeting between Parma and Inter: the Nerazzurri have won 19, the Crociati 16 (D14).
Parma have won only one of their last seven league home games (D3, L3), losing the most recent two - they have failed to score on four occasions in the process.
Parma are the oldest team in Serie A this season (29 years and 142 days on average, including substitutes).
Only four players have found the net for Parma in home games in Serie A this season: Inglese, Gervinho (four goals each), Bruno Alves (two), Barillà (one).
Inter’s striker Keita scored his very first Serie A goal against Parma in November 2013, when he played for Lazio.
|9 February 2019||0-1||80' Martínez,||fixture|
|1 November 2014||2-0||5' Ceglie, 79' Ceglie,||fixture|
|19 April 2014||0-2||49' Rolando, 90' Guarin||fixture|
|26 November 2012||1-0||76' Sansone||fixture|
|2 May 2012||3-1||13' Sneijder, 56' Marques, 58' Giovinco, 85' Biabiany||fixture|
|16 April 2011||2-0||35' Giovinco, 86' Amauri||fixture|
|10 February 2010||1-1||55' Bojinov, 59' Balotelli||fixture|
|18 May 2008||0-2||63' Ibrahimovic, 80' Ibrahimovic||fixture|
|12 November 2006||1-2||15' Ibrahimovic, 26' Budan, 94' Cruz||fixture|
|25 March 2006||1-0||39' Simplicio||fixture|
|6 February 2005||2-2||62' Gilardino, 78' Cordoba, 36' Simplicio, 83' Vieri (Rig)||fixture|
|10 January 2004||1-0||41' Filippini||fixture|
|22 December 2002||1-2||37' Di Biagio, 56' Zanetti J. (Aut), 76' Recoba (R)||fixture|
|9 September 2001||2-2||10' Materazzi, 27' Milosevic, 29' Ventola, 85' Bonazzoli||fixture|
|17 May 2001||3-1||13' Junior, 73' Di Vaio, 88' Junior, 89' Vieri||fixture|
|6 February 2000||1-1||62' Vieri, 95' Rig. Crespo||fixture|
|3 January 1999||1-0||54' Fuser||fixture|
|8 March 1998||1-0||78' Crespo||fixture|
|15 March 1997||1-0||22' Chiesa|
|10 September 1995||2-1||41' Roberto Carlos, 48' Zola, 52' Baggio D.|
|23 April 1995||3-0||54' Sensini, 74' Zola, 82' Sensini|
|13 March 1994||4-1||45' e 58' Zola, 63' Asprilla, 69' Rig. Sosa, 90' Brolin|
|30 May 1993||2-0||17' Melli, 82' Cuoghi|
|24 November 1991||1-1||14' Fontolan, 31' Cuoghi|
|17 March 1991||0-0|
PARMA - Inter got back on track on Saturday night at the Stadio Tardini, as they secured their first league win of 2019 thanks to El Toro Lautaro Martinez’s 79th-minute goal. This result against a spirit Parma now leaves Spalletti’s side third in the table on 43 points.
The first chance of the match fell to the Gialloblu, with Kucka heading just wide following a corner in the fourth minute.
Inter threatened in the 19th minute when Nainggolan sent Perisic through but his low cross went through the six-yard box with Icardi and Joao Mario unable to get on the end of it.
Parma responded soon after thanks to some individual play by Gervinho in the 21st minute when the Ivorian drove down the left before coming inside and striking the crossbar with a powerful shot. In the 31st minute, Brozovic lost the ball which allowed Parma to break with Siligardi’s effort blocked by Vecino. From the following move, Joao Mario played it long for Perisic who made his way into the box but Sepe stood strong to save.
Perisic was a nuisance again in the 34th minute when he got on Icardi’s cross at the far post but he couldn’t keep it on target.
In the 41st minute, Parma struggled to clear the ball from their area and it dropped for Joao Mario but he couldn’t connect on the volley. The final chance of the half was for Parma through Inglese who fired just wide before the break and it was 0-0 at the halfway stage.
The two teams took to the pitch for the second half with no changes having been made at the break. Inter started the second half in the ascendancy as Nainggolan got on the end of Joao Mario’s through ball, but Sepe came out on top of the one-on-one situation. Icardi then met Perisic’s cross but could only head the ball wide. In the 53rd minute, Nainggolan looked for Icardi in the penalty area, but the latter was unable to control the ball. Two minutes later, Inter had the ball in the back of the net through D’Ambrosio, but the Nerazzurri’s joy was short-lived as the referee ruled it out for handball following a VAR review. In the middle of the second half, Spalletti’s men continued to push Parma back, with the Crociati being forced to defend in their penalty area. Despite this, Inter were struggling to create a real opportunity. 15 minutes from the end, Spalletti shook things up by bringing on Lautaro for Joao Mario. It proved to be an inspired change as the Nerazzurri took the lead two minutes later: El Toro received Nainggolan’s through ball and held off the attentions of Iacoponi before powerfully firing into the back of the net to make it 1-0. After finding the opening goal, the Nerazzurri continued to push forward and created multiple chances. Vecino came close twice, first firing just wide and then seeing his effort cleared off the line by Bastoni, while Brozovic then hit the post from the edge of the area. In the 88th minute, Gagliardini came on in Nainggolan’s place. Two minutes into stoppage time, Parma looked to level through an acrobatic Inglese effort, but Handanovic was there to make the save. The home side kept coming forward up until the 95th minute but Inter held firm to secure a 1-0 victory.
After getting back to winning ways in Serie A, it’s now time for a different competition outside of Italy for Spalletti’s team: on Thursday at 18:55 CET, Inter will travel to Vienna to play their first-leg match against Rapid Vienna at the Round of 32 stage of the Europa League.
Now and forever, #ForzaInter!
PARMA 0-1 INTER
Goalscorers: 79' Lautaro (I)
PARMA: 55 Sepe; 2 Iacoponi, 22 Alves, 95 Bastoni, 28 Gagliolo; 87 Kucka (84' 93 Sprocati), 21 Scozzarella (77' 5 Stulac), 17 Barillà; 27 Gervinho, 45 Inglese, 26 Siligardi (58' 77 Biabiany)
Substitutes: 1 Frattali, 56 Bagheria, 8 Diakhate, 9 Ceravolo, 14 Machin, 18 Gobbi, 23 Gazzola, 32 Rigoni, 33 Dezi
Coach: Roberto D'Aversa
INTER: 1 Handanovic; 33 D'Ambrosio, 37 Skriniar, 6 De Vrij, 18 Asamoah; 8 Vecino, 77 Brozovic; 15 Joao Mario (76' 10 Lautaro), 14 Nainggolan (88' 5 Gagliardini), 44 Perisic; 9 Icardi (93' 21 Cedric)
Substitutes: 27 Padelli, 13 Ranocchia, 23 Miranda, 29 Dalbert, 87 Candreva
Coach: Luciano Spalletti
Bookings: Vecino (I), Gagliolo (P), Nainggolan (I), Biabiany (P)
Added time: 0' + 5'
Assistants: Lo Cicero, Cecconi
Fourth official: Sacchi
VAR officials: Valeri, Vuoto
|Sepe 55||1 Handanovic|
|Iacoponi 2||33 D'Ambrosio|
|Alves 22||37 Skriniar|
|Bastoni 95||6 de Vrij|
|Gagliolo 28||18 Asamoah|
|Kucka 87||8 Vecino|
|Scozzarella 21||77 Brozovic|
|Barillà 17||15 Joao Mario|
|Gervinho 27||14 Nainggolan|
|Inglese 45||44 Perisic|
|Siligardi 26||9 Icardi|
|Frattali 1||27 Padelli|
|Bagheria 56||5 Gagliardini|
|Stulac 5||10 Martínez|
|Diakhate 8||13 Ranocchia|
|Ceravolo 9||21 Soares|
|Machin 14||23 Miranda|
|Gobbi 18||29 Dalbert|
|Gazzola 23||87 Candreva|