Final score

29 October 2019 21:00

Brescia
31' (2nd half) Skriniar o.g.
1 - 2
Inter
18' (2nd half) Lukaku
23' Martínez
Referee: Michael Fabbri / Linesmen: Peretti, Di Vuolo / Fourth official: Pasqua / Assistants: Aureliano, Schenone
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47' It's half-time at the Rigamonti: Inter lead thanks to Lautaro Martinez's goal in the 23rd minute
45' Two minutes have been added on at the end of the first half
45' Mateju brings down Lautaro and is booked
44' Tonali becomes the first player to be booked for Brescia
44' Gagliardini and Tonali clash in the middle of the park and Fabbri books both
41' Lukaku knocks it down for Lautaro, who looks to find Gagliardini at the far post. El Toro's ball is too long, however, and ends up out of play
38' Candreva takes aim from distance with his right foot but sends the ball wide of Alfonso's goal
34' De Vrij gets his head to Brozovic's corner but can't direct the ball on target
30' The match is now more evenly balanced after the Nerazzurri's early dominance
26' Candreva becomes the first player to be booked after a late challenge
25' Barella looks to pick out Lukaku up top but nothing comes of it
24' Tonali has a go from distance but Handanovic makes a comfortable save
23' GOOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLL! Lautaro's strike comes off Cistana and loops into the net: 1-0 to Inter!
19' Brozovic's free kick in the final third is headed well over the bar by Godin
15' Candreva's cross from the right is headed clear by Cistana
12' Bisoli gets in front of Lautaro Martinez in the six-yard box and knocks the ball away from danger to deny the Nerazzurri
11' A great bit of interplay between Lautaro, Lukaku and Gagliardini before Candreva's cross is put behind for a corner
8' Gagliardini commits a foul as Brozovic whips in a corner. Brescia are awarded a free kick
4' Inter have the first chance of the game. Barella's precise cross is met by Lukaku, who heads just wide
3' Brozovic plays it wide to Candreva, who looks for Lukaku and Lautaro in the centre. Cistana gets the ball clear
1' We're all set, the match between Brescia and Inter begins. FORZA INTER!
1' Antonio Conte's Inter side are set to play their tenth Serie A fixture of the season against Brescia at the Rigamonti. The Coach has made two changes to his starting line-up compared to Inter's last outing: De Vrij and Asamoah are in for Bastoni and Biraghi
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49' Full-time at the Rigamonti! Inter get back to winning ways and come away with their eighth league victory of the season: Lautaro and Lukaku's goals prove decisive in Brescia!!!
47' Antonio Conte receives a yellow card for protesting
46' Matri's header at the far post ends up safely in Handanovic's hands
45' We'll have four minutes of stoppage time here
42' Balotelli is booked for dissent
41' Esposito comes on in Lukaku's place
41' Brescia make their final switch: Matri is on for Romulo
39' Sabelli's cross is headed on by De Vrij and Candreva can't prevent the corner
36' Inter make a change: Biraghi replaces Asamoah
31' Brescia pull one back as the ricochets off Skriniar and into the net following Handanovic's save to deny Bisoli
30' The home side make another substitution: Ndoj is on for Mangraviti
28' Handanovic keeps out Balotelli's header with a stunning save before the Italian striker fires the rebound over the bar!
23' Brescia bring on Martella for Gastaldello
22' Inter come close to making it three: first Lautaro and then Candreva are unable to extend Inter's lead
18' GOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLLLL! It's magic from Lukaku! The Belgian striker cuts in from the right and arrows one into the corner of the net: 2-0 to the Nerazzurri!!!
16' Skriniar fouls Sabelli and is cautioned
14' Sabelli's cross comes off Barella, resulting in an easy claim for Handanovic
10' Brescia have been more aggressive in the opening ten minutes of the second period, with Inter being forced back in their own half
5' Handanovic produces another excellent stop to deny Donnarumma after a scramble in the Inter box
2' Handanovic gets down low to keep out Balotelli's fierce right-footed shot from the edge of the box
1' The second half begins in Brescia with no changes having been made at the break. FORZA INTER!

Biraghi
5.75
5.75
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Handanovic
7.58
7.58
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Brozovic
5.76
5.76
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Candreva
6.29
6.29
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Gagliardini
5.63
5.63
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Skriniar
5.64
5.64
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Martínez
7.02
7.02
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Asamoah
5.13
5.13
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de Vrij
6.9
6.9
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Esposito
6.11
6.11
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Godin
5.72
5.72
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Barella
6.12
6.12
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Lukaku
7.32
7.32
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6 shots on target 2
4 shots off target 5
14 fouls committed 18
9 corners 8
2 offsides 5
43% ball possession 57%

Brescia have only won three of their 22 Serie A home games against Inter, with their last win coming in 2001. Indeed, the Nerazzurri have registered eight wins and 11 draws.

Brescia have collected one draw and two defeats at home in Serie A this season: only three times in their history have they lost three of their first four top-flight home matches (2004/05, 2002/03 and 1931/32).

Inter have won their last six Serie A games against newly-promoted teams, keeping a clean sheet four times in the period – including in the most recent match against Lecce.

Former Inter player Mario Balotelli has played five Serie A matches against the Nerazzurri, failing to score on each occasion. Indeed, Balotelli has faced Inter more times without ever scoring than he has against any other team in the competition.

Inter have found the net in each of their last 10 Serie A meetings against Brescia (W6 D3 L1).

Inter will be looking to find the back of the net in 13 consecutive Serie A games for the first time since February 2010 (currently on a streak of 12).

Inter have only lost one of their 19 Serie A games on Tuesday (v Novara in 2011) - recording six draws and 12 victories in the process.

Inter have won each of their first four Serie A away games this season: only three times in their top-flight history have they won their first five such matches (2012/13, 1997/98 and 1966/67).

Antonio Conte has won each of his last seven Serie A away games with Juventus and Inter: he has never won eight in a row in the competition; moreover, this is the longest current away run for any manager in the top-flight.

Romelu Lukaku has scored four goals in his first four Serie A away games for Inter: the only player to have scored five in his first five such matches with the Nerazzurri in the three points for a win era was Diego Milito, in November 2009 – no player has scored more.

wins(13) draws(14) defeats(5)

starting lineups

Alfonso 22 1 Handanovic
Mangraviti 19 2 Godin
Cistana 15 6 de Vrij
Gastaldello 5 37 Skriniar
Sabelli 2 87 Candreva
Bisoli 25 5 Gagliardini
Tonali 4 77 Brozovic
Romulo 28 23 Barella
Mateju 3 18 Asamoah
Donnarumma 9 9 Lukaku
Balotelli 45 10 Martínez

substitutes

Andrenacci 12 27 Padelli
Ndoj 6 46 Berni
Spalek 7 13 Ranocchia
Zmrhal 8 16 Politano
Ayé 18 19 Lazaro
Matri 21 20 Valero
Martella 26 21 Dimarco
Semprini 29 30 Esposito
34 Biraghi
95 Bastoni

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