Final score

3 April 2021 20:45

Bologna
0 - 1
Inter
31' Lukaku
Referee: Piero Giacomelli / Linesmen: Fiorito, Galetto / Fourth official: Marinelli / Assistants: Di Paolo, Passeri
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48' And the first half comes to an end at the Dall'Ara, with Inter up 1-0 at the break thanks to Lukaku's goal in the 31st minute!
47' Soriano gets on the end of a corner from the right. He puts too much on it and it goes over the bar
46' Schouten goes for a shot on the edge of the box, Handanovic isn't risking it and tips it over the bar
45' There will be three minutes of added time
41' A great play from Lukaku, taking it past Danilo and then setting up Barella in the middle, but he's closed down by De Silvestri who shields the ball until Ravaglia comes out
40' Barella hits it on his right from 20 metres out... He had enough power on it but was lacking in accuracy. Over the bar
36' Eriksen makes a great pass to Hakimi, Lautaro pounces on it in the middle and hits it with his right but his shot is deflected
35' Inter come very close to making it 2-0 with a header from Ranocchia on the end of Eriksen's corner. It missed the target by a whisker!
34' First change of the match for Bologna: De Silvestri comes on for the injured Tomiyasu
31' Yellow card for Soumaro for his foul on Lautaro
31' GOAALLLLL! LUKAKUUUUUU! A perfect cross from Bastoni is met by a header from Big Rom, who is denied by a spectacular save from Ravaglia but the Nerazzurri number nine gets the rebound and secures the lead for Inter!
29' Brozovic plays an excellent ball, switching first with Lukaku and then with Lautaro, but is closed down by Schouten, who wins a free-kick
26' Eriksen crosses it in to Hakimi but he puts just too much on it, Dijks protects it and wins a throw in
24' Skov Olsen crosses it in from the right, Handanovic makes an easy save and begins the Nerazzurri counter-attack immediately
20' Barella has a chance, but looks for Hakimi instead of shooting from the edge of the box: alas, the Nerazzurri number two's cross is blocked
19' Sansone shoots from outside of the box. His shot goes wide of the Nerazzurri net
17' Skriniar wins a free-kick 30 yards out. Eriksen goes for goal with a dangerous low shot, but it goes out to the right of Ravaglia
15' Barella crosses a high ball in to Erikson, who jumps at the right time but doesn't manage to make the header
13' Brozovic tries to play Lautaro through, but Tomiyasu gets there and protects it until it goes out
9' Soriano looks dangerous, making his way into the area and looking for a teammate in front of Handanovic's net, but he botches the pass
8' Lukaku hits it on his left from the edge of the box after linking up with Lautaro: the shot goes down the middle, saved by Ravaglia
6' Handanovic makes an easy save on a shot-cum-cross from Barrow, going low to block it
5' The first five minutes at the Dall'Ara have been very intense for both sides but there have been no exciting moments so far
1' And we're off: the match has begun! Come on boys, COME ON INTER!
1' After the postponement of Inter vs Sassuolo and the International break, the Nerazzurri are back at it, facing off against Bologna today at the Dall'Ara for matchday 29 of Serie A
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49' And there goes the final whistle at the Dall'Ara! This marks the ninth consecutive league victory for Inter, beating Bologna away from home thanks to a goal from Romelu Lukaku!
46' Final change of the match for Conte: Vecino comes on for Barella
45' There will be three minutes of added time
43' Another yellow, this time for Gagliardini after a foul on Juwara
42' Brozovic gets a yellow as well: he was also on a warning and he will miss out the delayed match against Sassuolo
42' Yellow card for Bastoni, who will now miss Inter vs Sassuolo
40' Juwara goes in for a terrible foul from behind on Sanchez: the referee only gives him a yellow
37' Vignato goes in for a tough challenge on Skriniar. Yellow card for the Rossoblu number 55
35' Double change for Bologna: Orsolini for Skov Olsen and Juwara for Dijks
32' Lukaku is the free-kick taker this time - he gets it over the wall but also over the bar
30' Sanchez plays a nice move and puts it in the middle, Darmian receives it and goes for the shot but his attempt is blocked by the Rossoblu defence
29' Sanchez takes a free-kick on the edge of the box and it goes out for a Nerazzurri corner after being deflected by the wall
26' Darmian also comes on for Inter, replacing Young
26' Double change for Inter: Sanchez comes on for Lautaro
25' Svanberg hits it on the volley with his left after Skriniar's bad pass but his shot is far from exciting
24' Bologna's Skov Olsen and Dominguez come off, replaced by Svanberg and Vignato
23' Barella plays in Lukaku, who could have put the game to bed: his shot is blocked and goes out for a corner
21' Lukaku goes for a burst of speed and plays it to Lautaro in the middle, who is just about stopped by Schouten, saving Bologna's chances
19' Sansone gets on the end of De Silvestri's cross with a volley down the middle, saved by Handanovic
16' Conte makes his first change of the game: Gagliardini comes on for Eriksen
15' De Silvestri goes in for a late challenge on Young and is given Bologna's second yellow card of the match
11' Ranocchia goes for a header again, but a deflection causes it to land at the feet of Skov Olsen, who clears it
10' Lautaro is closed down and wins a corner after being played through by Young. This marks the second corner of the half for Inter
8' Ranocchia gets a yellow after a foul on Barrow
5' Lautaro hits the woodwork! The 'Toro' shoots for what should be a certain goal and beats Ravaglia but is denied by the post!
2' Sansone controls it and hits it on his right from inside the area. His shot goes over the bar
1' Skov Olsen crosses it in from the right, Ranocchia is ready for it and stretches to clear it from the area
1' No changes to either side as the second half begins. Come on boys, COME ON INTER!

Ranocchia
6.9
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Handanovic
6.42
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Brozovic
4.79
4.79
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Gagliardini
5.78
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Skriniar
6.69
6.69
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Vecino
5.86
5.86
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Martínez
6.53
6.53
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Barella
5.87
5.87
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Bastoni
7.18
7.18
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Lukaku
7.26
7.26
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Sanchez
6.58
6.58
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Young
5.22
5.22
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Eriksen
6.06
6.06
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Hakimi
4.76
4.76
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Darmian
6.13
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Average rating 6.13 SEND RATINGS
2 shots on target 3
7 shots off target 6
17 fouls committed 15
4 corners 4
0 offsides 2
56% ball possession 44%

Bologna have won only two of their last 13 Serie A matches against Inter (D4 L7); these two victories have come in their last four games against them, both however at the Meazza stadium.

The last draw between Inter and Bologna in Serie A came back in September 2017 (1-1) - since then four Nerazzurri victories and two Emilian wins.

Bologna's last win at Dall'Ara stadium against Inter in Serie A came back in February 2002: since then, the Rossoblu have picked up only three points in 14 home league games against the Nerazzurri (D3 L11).

Bologna have won their last two league games: only twice under Sinisa Mihajlovic have they won three consecutive matches in Serie A, most recently in February 2020.

Inter have won their last eight league matches. The only time they have won nine consecutive matches in a row in Serie A came back in 2007, when they set a competition record of 17 straight wins. Bologna and Inter have conceded the fewest goals in the last 15 minutes of matches in Serie A this season (both four).

Bologna (51.5%) and Inter (51.2%) are the two sides with the highest shooting accuracy in Serie A this season.

Bologna’s Nicola Sansone has scored four goals against Inter in Serie A, against no side has he netted more in the competition - his last goal against them however came back in February 2015, when he played for Sassuolo.

Inter’s Alessandro Bastoni has started the joint-most open play sequences that have resulted in a goal across the Top-5 European leagues this season: seven, alongside Toni Kroos and Leon Goretzka.

Romelu Lukaku could become the 7th player in Serie A history to score at least 20 goals in consecutive seasons with Inter (after Giuseppe Meazza, Amedeo Amadei, Roberto Boninsegna, Mauro Icardi, Stefano Nyers and Christian Vieri).

wins(33) draws(15) defeats(34)

starting lineups

Ravaglia 34 1 Handanovic
Tomiyasu 14 37 Skriniar
Soumaro 5 13 Ranocchia
Danilo 23 95 Bastoni
Dijks 35 2 Hakimi
Schouten 30 23 Barella
Dominguez 8 77 Brozovic
Skov Olsen 11 24 Eriksen
Soriano 21 15 Young
Sansone 10 10 Martínez
Barrow 99 9 Lukaku

substitutes

Da Costa 1 97 Radu
Orsolini 7 27 Padelli
Poli 16 5 Gagliardini
Baldursson 18 6 de Vrij
Antov 26 7 Sanchez
De Silvestri 29 8 Vecino
Svanberg 32 12 Sensi
Faragò 43 22 Vidal
Vignato 55 36 Darmian
Juwara 80 99 Pinamonti

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