Final score

13 March 2022 20:45

12' Bremer
1 - 1
48' (2nd half) Sanchez
Referee: Marco Guida / Linesmen: Giallatini, Bresmes / Fourth official: Marcenaro / Assistants: Massa, Preti
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46' 45 minutes played at the Olimpico and the home side are ahead thanks to a Bremer goal
44' One minute added on
37' Clash between Ranocchia and Belotti is checked by the referee but he determines there was nothing untoward
31' Bastoni sees yellow for a foul on Belotti
29' Torino manage to get it clear after attempts by Skriniar and Perisic
21' Belotti's backheeled effort from Vojvoda's cross goes wide
16' Calhanoglu's free kick finds Lautaro. The Argentine gets a head on it but Berisha saves Torino
12' Torino go into the lead from a loose ball from a corner kick. Bremer stabs home to make it 1-0
11' Great play by Barella who sets up Dzeko. The Bosnian stings the goalkeeper's palms
8' High tempo start to the game
4' Lautaro Martinez's cross-shot fails to hit the target
3' Belotti fires an early warning shot with his effort hitting the side netting. Handanovic had it covered, though
1' Five changes to Inzaghi's side compared to the Liverpool match: De Vrij and Brozovic missing, Ranocchia and Vecino come in. Barella is back for Vidal though while Dzeko and Darmian take Sanchez and Dumfries's places.
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51' All over at the Olimpico: despite Inter's late pressure they only come away with a draw. Sanchez's last-gasp effort cancels out Bremer's early effort and the final score is 1-1
48' GOAL! Sanchez! Dzeko plays in the Chilean who manages to beat Berisha to make it 1-1!
45' Five minutes added on
44' Barella booked for protesting
43' Dimarco plays in a perfect ball but Dzeko somehow manages to head over
39' Gosens booked
38' Barella's cross finds Gosens but his effort doesn't hit the target
37' Belotti and Lukic subbed, Sanabria and Ricci on
35' Dimarco gets a yellow for clashing with Pobega
33' Bremer fouls Dzeko and is booked
31' Correa on for Calhanoglu; Inter's last change
28' Calhanoglu strides forward on the counter and slips in Vidal but Berisha stops his effort
24' Berisha comes out of his box and Gosens tries to find the open net. His effort goes over, though
23' Vidal on for Vecino
23' Sanchez comes on for Lautaro
22' Ranocchia goes into the book for a foul on Belotti
20' Izzo's header is stopped by Handanovic. Top effort by the captain!
19' Top block by Gosens from close range
15' Vecino whips in a wonderful ball to Dzeko but the Bosnian somehow heads wide
14' Gosens finds Lautaro in a good position but Bremer blocks his cross
9' Inter put the pressure on: Lautaro frees up Dzeko who tries to find Barella but Buongiorno clears for Torino
7' Dimarco has a glorious chance: Dzeko puts him through one-on-one with the keeper but the number 32's effort is stopped by Torino's keeper
6' Injured Djidji replaced by Izzo for Torino
4' Vecino gets his head on the end of a Dimarco free kick and his effort goes over the bar
2' Torino attack and Brekalo's effort is deflected out for a corner by Ranocchia
1' Gosens comes on for Perisic
1' Inter make a double change: Dimarco on for Bastoni

Average rating 4.54
4 shots on target 7
9 shots off target 7
15 fouls committed 17
3 corners 4
1 offsides 0
44% ball possession 56%

Internazionale's last league match saw them triumph 5-0 over Salernitana at home to end a four-match winless streak, putting them in second place on 58 points. The Nerazzurri are two points behind first-placed Milan. The Nerazzurri lead fifth-placed Atalanta by 11 points for a spot in the Champions League.


Torino sit in 11th place on 34 points, having scored 33 goals and conceded 28. With 10 matches to play, Toro trail sixth-placed Roma by 13 points for a spot in the Conference League Qualifiers. Torino earned a point in their last Serie A match, drawing 0-0 at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara against Bologna, extending their winless streak to six (W0 D3 L3).


The previous Serie A fixture between the teams saw Inter emerge victorious 1-0 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in December. Denzel Dumfries scored for the Nerazzurri in the 30th minute.


Inter have got the better of Torino of late with wins in five straight encounters, dating to November 2019. The Nerazzurri have outscored Toro 13-4 during their winning streak.

Inter have drawn each of their last three away league games (v Atalanta, Napoli and Genoa), the last time they registered a longer run of draws on the road in Serie A was back in December 2004 (six, under Roberto Mancini).

Lautaro Martínez has been involved in five goals (four goals and one assist) in his last five Serie A games against Torino; in general, only against Cagliari (seven) he has been involved in more goals in the Italian top-flight.

Inter have the biggest difference between goals conceded (22) and Expected Goals against (29.2) in Serie A this season; indeed, according to opta’s xG model, based on the quality of the shots faced, the Nerazzurri should have conceded 7.2 more goals.

wins(32) draws(27) defeats(32)

starting lineups

Berisha 1 1 Handanovic
Djidji 26 37 Skriniar
Bremer 3 13 Ranocchia
Buongiorno 99 95 Bastoni
Singo 17 36 Darmian
Lukic 10 8 Vecino
Mandragora 38 23 Barella
Vojvoda 27 20 Calhanoglu
Pobega 4 14 Perisic
Brekalo 14 10 Martínez
Belotti 9 9 Dzeko


Milan 31 97 Radu
Gemello 89 21 Cordaz
Izzo 5 2 Dumfries
Pjaca 11 5 Gagliardini
Rodriguez 13 7 Sanchez
Ansaldi 15 11 Kolarov
Sanabria 19 18 Gosens
Ricci 28 19 Correa
Warming 70 22 Vidal
Linetty 77 32 Dimarco
33 D'Ambrosio
88 Caicedo

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