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24 October 2021 20:45

Inter
17' Dzeko
1 - 1
Juventus
44' (2nd half) Dybala (P)
Referee: Maurizio Mariani / Linesmen: Meli, Peretti / Fourth official: Ayroldi / Assistants: Guida, Passeri
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48' A very encouraging first half draws to a close, with the Nerazzurri 1-0 up at San Siro in the Derby d'Italia after Edin Dzeko's goal in the 17th minute!
45' Three minutes of added time
44' Alex Sandro flies in on Barella and is the first Juve player to be cautioned
42' The ball bounces around in the Inter box. Bonucci goes for goal, but gets his shot wrong
40' Barella is booked for a late tackle on Alex Sandro
35' Perisic and Barella exchange passes on the corner of the box. The number 23 goes for goal, but doesn't connect well and fires off target
32' Darmian earns a throw-in by closing down Bentancur. Lautaro forces a corner after Chiellini deflects his cross behind. Inter are on the hunt for a second!
29' Calhanouglu picks out Dzeko with a pinpoint ball, but the Bosnian is unable to pick out Brozovic in space as his header goes through to Szczesny
25' Fanciful effort by Alex Sandro who controls the ball on his chest and volleys it into the Curva
23' Cuadrado's right-footed shot from long range goes wide of Handanovic's post
18' Bernardeschi can't continue and Bentancur comes on to replace him
17' GOL! GOOOOOOOL! GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL! Dzekoooooooo! Calhanoglu hits the woodwork, but the number 9 is there to turn in the rebound. 1-0 Inter!
17' Stunning shot by Calhanoglu after Darmian set him up...
14' Bernardeschi is down with a shoulder injury
11' Juventus free kick all of 35 yards out that Danilo takes. Handanovic is untroubled
7' Powerful right-footed shot by Morata that Handanovic pushes out. Alex Sandro tries to pounce on the rebound, but the Inter defence manage to prevent him from getting to it
6' Good combination play between Calhanoglu, Barella and Dzeko, with the number 9 eventually thwarted by the Juve rearguard
4' Calhanoglu takes the corner which Skriniar meets but his header goes over the bar
3' Perisic has two attempts from the left. Bonucci heads clear the first one and Chiellini diverts the second one behind for the Nerazzurri's first corner of the game
1' Off we go! Inter v Juventus is under way. FORZA INTER!
1' Simone Inzaghi is without Vidal (flu) but Hakan Calhanoglu is back, with Inter lining up in a 3-5-2 formation with Dzeko and Lautaro leading the line. We'll be under way shortly!
1' The 177th Derby d'Italia is about to kick off on Week 9 of the 2021/22 Serie A season. The Italian champions host Allegri's Juventus at San Siro, with the teams heading out on to the pitch!
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50' It's all over at the Meazza. It ends 1-1 between Inter and Juventus, with Dybala cancelling out Dzeko's opener late on
49' Yellow card shown to Chiellini
45' 5 minutes of stoppage time
45' We bring on Vecino for Barella
44' Dybala makes no mistake from the spot and beats Handanovic. 1-1.
42' After an on-field review, Mariani awards Juventus a penalty for a foul on Alex Sandro by Dumfries
38' Double switch for the visitors: Arthur and Kaio Jorge replace McKennie and Locatelli
35' Alex Sandro sends in a dangerous cross, but the referee blows up as Morata fouls Handanovic
30' A quarter of an hour to go at San Siro. We're still 1-0 to the good!
27' Sanchez is on for Lautaro up top
27' Dumfries comes on for Perisic in a double change
25' Perisic brings down Chiesa and is booked
23' Alex Sandro's left-footed shot is off target
21' Double chance for Inter with Lautaro and Darmian sending in crosses that Dzeko just can't get on the end of
20' Juventus send on Dybala and Chiesa for Kulusevski and Cuadrado
18' Great break by Perisic who stands up Cuadrado, cuts in and unleashes a right-footed shot that goes off target
16' Gagliardini comes on for Calhanoglu in Inter's first change
15' Barella sends in a cross that Dzeko heads just off target after getting to the ball ahead of Chiellini
12' Lautaro sets up Calhanoglu whose shot is blocked by the sliding Chiellini
8' Kulusevski cuts the ball back into the six-yard box but Darmian is there to tidy it up
5' Barella breaks forward and looks to feed Lautaro, but doesn't quite get the weight of the pass right
1' No changes at half time. The second half of the Derby d'Italia is under way. COME ON, INTER!

Handanovic
4.72
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Brozovic
6.5
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Perisic
7.15
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Gagliardini
4.76
4.76
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Skriniar
5.89
5.89
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Vecino
5.17
5.17
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Martínez
3.83
3.83
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de Vrij
6.2
6.2
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Barella
6.57
6.57
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Bastoni
5.53
5.53
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Sanchez
5.15
5.15
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Darmian
6.78
6.78
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Calhanoglu
5.61
5.61
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Dzeko
6.91
6.91
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Dumfries
2.9
2.9
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2 shots on target 4
5 shots off target 7
14 fouls committed 15
5 corners 2
1 offsides 3
49% ball possession 51%

Inter are the team that Juventus have beaten the most times in Serie A – they’ve defeated them 85 times, with 44 draws and 47 wins for the Nerazzurri.

Inter won their last home game against Juventus – they haven’t won consecutive home wins against the Bianconeri in the competition since 2010, when José Mourinho was manager.

Inter could lose consecutive Serie A games for the first time since March 2020: curiously, on that occasion the two defeats were against Lazio and Juventus.

Juventus have won their last four league games and have picked up five points more than Inter during this period: the Bianconeri could win five consecutive Serie A matches for the first time since July 2020 (seven in that case under Maurizio Sarri).

Simone Inzaghi has lost more Serie A matches against Juventus (eight) than against any other side as a manager; in addition, Simone Inzaghi has lost each of his three home league games against Massimiliano Allegri.

Inter have scored 78 goals (in 32 games) in the 2021 in Serie A: in the big five European leagues only Bayern Munich have netted more (89 in 29 games) this calendar year; Juventus have scored 64 goals in 33 matches.

This is a match between the team that has netted the most goals in the second half in Serie A this season (Inter, 14) and one of the five clubs that have scored the fewest goals in the same period (Juventus four, alongside Sassuolo, Salernitana, Empoli and Venezia).

Nicoló Barella and Arturo Vidal netted in the last home Serie A match against Juventus: the last Inter midfielder to score in consecutive league seasons against the Bianconeri at San Siro was Lothar Matthäus (in 1989/90 and 1990/91).

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

starting lineups

Handanovic 1 1 Szczesny
Skriniar 37 6 Danilo
de Vrij 6 19 Bonucci
Bastoni 95 3 Chiellini
Darmian 36 11 Cuadrado
Barella 23 20 Bernardeschi
Brozovic 77 27 Locatelli
Calhanoglu 20 14 McKennie
Perisic 14 12 Alex Sandro
Martínez 10 44 Kulusevski
Dzeko 9 9 Morata

substitutes

Radu 97 36 Perin
Cordaz 21 23 Pinsoglio
Dumfries 2 2 De Sciglio
Gagliardini 5 4 de Ligt
Sanchez 7 5 Arthur
Vecino 8 8 Ramsey
Kolarov 11 10 Dybala
Sensi 12 17 Pellegrini
Ranocchia 13 21 Jorge
Dimarco 32 22 Chiesa
D'Ambrosio 33 24 Rugani
Satriano 48 30 Bentancur

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