Final score

3 April 2022 20:45

0 - 1
50' Calhanoglu (P)
Referee: Massimiliano Irrati / Linesmen: Ranghetti, Vivenzi / Fourth official: Ghersini / Assistants: Mazzoleni, Passeri
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55' And that's the end of the first half: Inter go into the break with a 1-0 lead thanks to Calhanoglu's penalty
52' Five minutes of added time, which was already underway as Calhanoglu took the penalty
50' GOOOAALLLLLL! GOOOOOAAAAALLLL! INTER ARE AHEAD! A perfect penalty this time for Calhanoglu!
50' Skriniar gets a yellow card after the goal was disallowed
50' Cuadradro is booked for dissent
50' The referee calls for the penalty to be retaken
48' Huge protests on the pitch. The game has been stopped for a couple of minutes
46' Calhanoglu's penalty is saved. In the confusion, the ball ends up in the back of the net, but the referee blows for a foul
45' Alex Sandro goes in the book for a foul on Dumfries for the penalty
45' Penalty for Inter! Irrati points to the spot after the VAR review
44' Dumfries goes to ground in the area. The Inter players call for a penalty
43' Things have become a bit quieter as both teams' pace has dropped a little
37' Perisic's cross from the left is intercepted by Szczesny
37' Inter are searching for an opening
34' Allegri is forced to make a change as Locatelli suffers a problem with his knee. He's not having much luck. Zakaria comes on to replace him
32' Chance for Inter! Barella passes to Calhanoglu on the edge of the area, who gets an effort in. De Ligt blocks for Juventus
29' Another attempt from Juventus: Morata's shot is blocked by Brozovic and the Bianconeri try again, but Handanovic gets a hold of it
28' Juventus push forward in a counter-attack after Inter lose the ball, Handanovic saves Dybala's effort comfortably
27' Another yellow card handed out, this time for Locatelli after a studs-up tackle on D'Ambrosio
24' The game is underway again and Inter have possession
23' The game is held up as Chiellini remains on the ground following a coming together with Lautaro
22' It's been a frenetic start to the game, with neither team holding back
16' Chance for Juventus: Vlahovic's cross finds Morata. The Spaniard's header flashes across the box but ultimately goes out
15' Rabiot is booked for a foul on Barella
15' Cuadrado's long-range effort is pushed out by Handanovic
11' Dybala shoots from a distance but the effort goes over the bar
10' Morata put Vlahovic in but Skriniar manages to block it for a corner
9' Juventus hit the bar! The effort strikes the woodwork
8' Chance for Inter! Skriniar gets a header in from Calhanoglu's corner and a great save from Szczesny
7' Dumfries finds D'Ambrosio and the ball goes out for an Inter corner
5' Another approach by Juventus but Morata's header is too high
5' The game gets going again after Locatelli receives treatment
2' Booking for Lautaro Martinez for a foul on Locatelli
1' Easy save for Handanovic from Vlahovic
1' We're off! Juventus v Inter is underway. The home team have kick off. FORZA INTER!!!
1' Inter line up with a classic 3-5-2 formation, with Skriniar in the centre of defence, Brozovic in central midfield and Lautaro and Dzeko the top two. Juventus adopt a 4-2-3-1 formation, with Cuadrado, Dybala and Morata behind Vlahovic
1' It's Week 31 of Serie A and we're ready to kick off at Allianz Stadium, where the Derby d'Italia between Juventus and Inter will take place
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52' Final attack from Juventus, but the header goes behind for a goal kick
50' De Ligt goes down, appealing for a penalty, but the referee sees nothing wrong with it
49' Free kick in the middle of the pitch for Juventus. All the Bianconeri are in the Inter box
48' Three minutes of added time have already passed: just two more minutes left!
45' Five minutes added time: the Nerazzurri need to hold on!
45' Final change for Inter: Dzeko comes off and is replaced by Gosens
45' Dybala's free kick is poor, going far too high
44' Bernardeschi wins a free kick in a dangerous area on the edge of the box
43' The fight is on for each ball, with an intense final period ahead
39' Last changes from Allegri: Arthur and Bernardeschi on for Rabiot and Cuadrado
38' Dybala shoots from outside the area, but Handanovic is able to hold
37' Chance for Inter! Darmian gets the ball on the right and finds Correa, but the Argentinian hits it over the bar
36' Dzeko presses on the counter, but De Ligt blocks his effort
35' Tucu Correa to Barella, who passes it to Vidal, but he can't control it to get his shot in
32' Gagliardini also comes on for Brozovic: a new midfield line-up from Inter
32' Simone Inzaghi makes two changes: Vidal is on for Calhanoglu
32' Another player goes in the book: this time it's Calhanoglu for a foul on Dybala in the middle of the pitch
31' Perisic gets a yellow card for holding back Dybala to prevent a Juve counter-attack
28' Juventus hit the post! Zakaria finds space on the edge of the area and fires in a shot. Handanovic makes a wonderful save to palm it on to his right-hand post
28' Double substitution for Juventus: De Sciglio and Kean are on for Morata and Alex Sandro
25' Juventus keep possession: Handanovic comes out to punch from Cuadrado's cross, but in the fray, D'Ambrosio and Morata are left on the floor
22' Cuadrado steals it from Bastoni and tees up Morata in the middle: the Spanish striker slices it badly, but the ball had already gone out down the wing
21' Perisic puts in a venomous cross, but Juventus get it away
17' Vlahovic turns in the area with two defenders around him. His effort goes wide
16' Dzeko stays down after a challenge from Chiellini. The Bosnian forward leaves the pitch for a few moments before returning
14' Darmian also comes on to replace Dumfries on the right
14' Double substitution for Inter: Correa comes on for Lautaro Martinez
13' Inter press on the counter-attack. Perisic has the ball but Juve intercept
12' Fantastic covering run from Perisic as he slides in on Dybala in the area
11' Free kick: Dybala strikes the ball but it hits the wall and goes out for a corner
10' Bastoni fouls Zakaria: the VAR is checking where the contact took place
7' Inter make a mistake when playing out from the back. Dybala tries to capitalise, but Brozovic knocks it out for a corner
5' Dybala shoots from range, but the ball is well wide of Handanovic's goal
2' Inter push forward. Dumfries' ball is intercepted and Szczesny holds
1' And we're off again! The second half is underway in the Derby d'Italia. Inter have the ball. Come on lads!

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17 shots on target 4
5 shots off target 1
9 fouls committed 19
8 corners 1
2 offsides 1
52% ball possession 48%

The last Serie A version of the Derby d'Italia, an October match at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, resulted in a 1-1 draw. Edin Dzeko scored the lone goal for the Nerazzurri in the 17th minute. Paulo Dybala scored for the Bianconeri in the 89th minute from the penalty spot.


Looking at players who have made a difference in 2021/2022, Internazionale's leading attacking threats have been Lautaro Martínez and Dzeko, who have netted 14 and 12 times, respectively. Martínez is tied for fifth in the league's scoring charts in 2021/2022, while Dzeko is tied for eighth.


Juventus have been led by Dybala, Álvaro Morata, and Dusan Vlahovic. The three players are the team's joint top scorers with eight goals.


Hosts Juventus have nine wins, three draws, and three losses this season in 15 Serie A contests on home soil. In league matches on their travels this season, Inter have seven wins, six draws, and one loss. The Nerazzurri are looking to add to a nine-match away unbeaten streak (W4 D5 L0). They haven't been beaten away since October 2021 against Lazio.


In their last six league matches, Juventus have won four and drawn two. Inter, meanwhile, have won one, drawn four and lost one in their last six.

Ivan Perisic (199) could become the third Croatian player to reach 200 Serie A appearances in the three points for a win era, after Marcelo Brozovic (224) and Milan Badelj (210) – he has faced Juventus 10 times in the competition, winning only one meeting (D4 L5).

Inter have gained the most points from trailing situations in Serie A this season (19), and they are the side with the joint-most goals scored in the last 30 minutes of play (22, level with Atalanta, Lazio and Verona).

After the 1-1 draw in Milan in the reverse fixture, Inter could remain unbeaten in both the seasonal league matches against Juventus for the first time since 2008/09 (1-0 win at the Meazza and 1-1 draw in Turin back then).

wins(16) draws(19) defeats(69)

TURIN - There are some nights where you think things won't go your way but in the end you're left with a smile on your face. Nights where you’ve got to dig deep and never let up until the last kick of the ball. This was very much one of those occasions for Inter. Simone Inzaghi’s men come away from Turin with all three points worth their weight in gold in the Serie A title race, having been under the cosh in the Allianz Arena. 

Hakan Calhanoglu’s first half penalty was enough to claim victory for the Nerazzurri. Inzaghi’s side didn’t offer a vintage performance to be remembered for classy play or chances created, but it was full of character, desire and determination. The team put in a real shift for all 105 minutes played and claimed a monumental victory in one of the biggest games of the season.

Juventus were quick out of the blocks, spurred on by their first full capacity crowd of the season. Max Allegri’s side had Inter against the ropes, and Simone Inzaghi’s men struggled to find their feet. The host’s attacking duo of Dusan Vlahovic and Alvaro Morata caused all kinds of headaches for the Nerazzurri’s back line, who retreated and set their stall out to withstand the onslaught. Despite Milan Skriniar and co’s best efforts Juventus’s attack-minded lineup was hard for the visitors to contain. Paulo Dybala was a menace in finding space between Inter’s defence and attack, and Juventus forced Milan Brozovic and Danilo D’Ambrosio into bailing their side out from a double attempt by the Biaconeri in the 29th minute. 

Inter struggled to find a foothold in the match, with many wayward passes, a lack of involvement from their full-backs, and a generally incohesive performance. Their first threat on Juventus’s goal only came in the 32nd minute: decent build-up play down the right flank led to Hakan Calhanoglu getting a shot at goal, but Matthijs de Ligt was on hand to block. 

This triggered a change in the direction of the game: better late than never for an Inter side which had been sleepy for the first half an hour but nonetheless had withstood Juventus’s attacks. Nicolo Barella and Denzel Dumfries were both heavily involved as the Nerazzurri tried to penetrate the Bianconeri’s rearguard and it was from a surging run by the Dutchman that Inter won a penalty. After a tense wait while Massimiliano Irrati waited on VAR to make the call it was determined that indeed it would be a spot kick.

Hakan Calhanoglu was tasked with taking one of the Nerazzurri’s biggest penalties of the season. While the Turk’s effort was easily parried by Wojciech Szczesny in the resulting goalmouth scramble the ball somehow ended up in the net as an own goal. Yet the referee ruled it out and ordered a retake; not for anything which occurred in that part of the box, rather De Ligt’s incursion into the penalty area before Calhanoglu had made contact with the ball. It was a case of second time lucky for Inter’s number 20, who slotted home and sent the travelling contingent into raptures. Despite happening four minutes into injury time there were five additional minutes added to compensate for the long stoppage, in which Juventus sought in vain to bounce back right away.

The hosts tried to start the second half just as they’d begun the game but found themselves lacking in inspiration, clearly shaken from having gone into the break a goal behind, unable to summon the same attacking threat as in the first 45 minutes.

However the Bianconeri were still threatening through Vlahovic who was ever ready to take advantage of anything Inzaghi’s men conceded him. Marcelo Brozovic, who back in the starting line-up put in a typically great performance, helped Inter hold steady. While the Nerazzurri found it hard to really threaten in the attacking third the outlet offered by Nicolo Barella provided them with relief as they tried to take the sting out of Juventus’s momentum. The best chance of the second period came to substitute Denis Zakaria, whose break into the centre and attempt on goal forced Samir Handanovic into an impressive stop as he turned the ball onto the post.

It was a key moment in the match and led the hosts to perhaps believing it just wasn’t to be their day. Juventus then resulted to long balls into the box and found little joy in this approach. Inzaghi rung the changes to freshen up his side, bringing on Arturo Vidal, Joaquin Correa, Matteo Darmian, and Roberto Gagliardini, shoring up the ship and further dampening Juventus's hopes. Inter even had good opportunities to seal the victory through Vidal and Correa attempts but failed to capitalise on these chances and were left hanging on right until the end. The Nerazzurri withstood endless crosses until the 96th minute with Alessandro Bastoni, Milan Skriniar, and Danilo D’Ambrosio repelling everything that came their way.

So Inter did it: they beat Juventus away from home, and now sit on 63 points. It’s been a tough few months but the Nerazzurri have just reminded everyone that they’re the same force from earlier in the campaign, and will be in this until the bitter end.

Juventus 0-1 Inter (HT 0-1)

Scorers: Calhanoglu (I)

JUVENTUS (4-2-3-1): 1 Szczesny; 6 Danilo, 4 De Ligt, 3 Chiellini, 12 Alex Sandro (2 De Sciglio 73); 27 Locatelli (28 Zakaria 34), 25 Rabiot (5 Arthur 85); 11 Cuadrado ( 20 Bernardeschi 85), 10 Dybala, 9 Morata (18 Kean 73); 7 Vlahovic.
Unused substitutes: 23 Pinsoglio, 36 Perin, 19 Bonucci, 24 Rugani.
Coach: Massimiliano Allegri.

INTER (3-5-2): 1 Handanovic; 33 D'Ambrosio, 37 Skriniar, 95 Bastoni; 2 Dumfries (36 Darmian 59), 23 Barella, 77 Brozovic (5 Gagliardini 77), 20 Calhanoglu (22 Vidal 77), 14 Perisic; 9 Dzeko (18 Gosens 90), 10 Lautaro (19 Correa 59).
Substitutes: 97 Radu, 6 De Vrij, 7 Sanchez, 8 Vecino, 13 Ranocchia, 32 Dimarco, 88 Caicedo.
Coach: Simone Inzaghi.

Booked: Lautaro (I), Rabiot (J), Locatelli (J), Alex Sandro (J), Cuadrado (J), Skriniar (I), Perisic (I), Calhanoglu (I)
Time added on: 9, 6.

Referee: Irrati.
Assistant referees: Ranghetti, Vivenzi.
Fourth official: Ghersini.
VAR: Mazzoleni, Passeri.

starting lineups

Szczesny 1 1 Handanovic
Danilo 6 33 D'Ambrosio
De Ligt 4 37 Skriniar
Chiellini 3 95 Bastoni
Alex Sandro 12 2 Dumfries
Locatelli 27 23 Barella
Rabiot 25 77 Brozovic
Cuadrado 11 20 Calhanoglu
Dybala 10 14 Perisic
Morata 9 10 Martínez
Vlahovic 7 9 Dzeko


Pinsoglio 23 97 Radu
Perin 36 5 Gagliardini
De Sciglio 2 6 de Vrij
Arthur 5 7 Sanchez
Kean 18 8 Vecino
Bonucci 19 13 Ranocchia
Bernardeschi 20 18 Gosens
Rugani 24 19 Correa
Zakaria 28 22 Vidal
32 Dimarco
36 Darmian
88 Caicedo

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