The first half draws to a close at the Meazza. It's 1-1 between Inter and Juventus, with Lautaro's penalty cancelling out McKennie's opener
There's one minute of stoppage time
Perisic exchanges passes with Dzeko, who back heels the ball back to him. The Croat's left-footed effort is blocked behind by Rabiot for a corner
Bernardeschi is booked for dissent
Brilliant play by Bastoni on the left before crossing it in towards Rabiot, who almost diverts the ball into his own net. Inter corner as we go close to taking the lead!
Five minutes until half time. We keep pushing!
GOAL GOAL GOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAL! Lautaroooo makes no mistake from the spot, blasting the ball past Perin to equalise. 1-1!
Dzeko is brought down by De Sciglio after a sublime backheel by Perisic. Doveri has no choice but to give the penalty!
Calhanoglu goes for goal again. His right-footed shot is on target but too central. An easy one for Perin
Brozovic sets up Calhanoglu, whose right-footed shot is powerful but lacks accuracy. Over the bar it goes
Kulusevski goes for goal from long range. Handanovic makes the save
Juventus take the lead through a McKennie header after Morata's cross took a slight deflection off Skriniar
Great tackle by Skriniar to block McKennie's effort from the edge of the six-yard box. Inter goal kick
It's been all Inter so far in the first 15 minutes. Dzeko gets a header away but it goes off target
Barella is brought down by Chiellini in the box, but Doveri sees no infringement and the silent VAR check agrees
Calhanoglu goes on a run and tries to set up Lautaro in the six-yard box with a teasing ball. Rugani gets down low to save and clear the danger
Inter so close to taking the lead: Lautaro gets a right-footed shot away but he gets it wrong and it goes behind
The Nerazzurri look dangerous as Calhanoglu's corner is headed on by De Vrij and Lautaro can't quite steer it past Perin from close range
Calhanoglu goes for goal from 20 yards out but his effort is blocked. Bastoni wins back possession and feeds Perisic who breaks down the left and sends in a cross that Alex Sandro diverts behind for a corner
Lautaro wins a duel just in the Juve third and breaks past Locatelli, who brings him down. A free kick in a decent position for the Nerazzurri
Inter create danger straight away as Perisic sends in a pinpoint cross from the left flank that Dzeko heads narrowly over the bar
Off we go! We're under way at the Meazza, as Edin Dzeko kicks off the contest. FORZA INTER!
The Nerazzurri line up with Skriniar, De Vrij and Bastoni protecting captain Handanovic in goal; Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu and Perisic in midfield, Lautaro and Dzeko are up front
A huge night is in store at San Siro, with Inter facing Juventus in the Supercoppa Frecciarossa 21/22. The teams are out on the pitch, with kick-off just moments away
It's all over at the Meazza. It finishes 1-1 after 90 minutes, so we're heading for extra time to determine who'll lift the Supercoppa Frecciarossa out of Inter and Juventus
There are four minutes of stoppage time
Darmian comes on for Dumfries
Double change by Inzaghi: Vidal replaces Barella
Juventus send on Kean in place of Morata
The tempo has dropped at the Meazza with both sides showing sides of tiredness. There are five minutes left on the clock
Juventus make a change: Arthur comes on for Bernardeschi
Alex Sandro's left-footed strike from the edge of the box trickles behind for a corner
Inzaghi sends on Correa in place of Dzeko to freshen up the attack
Double change for Inter: Sanchez replaces Lautaro
Allegri sends on Dybala in place of Kulusevski
Dumfries sends in a cross that Perisic controls at the back post before shooting. A deflection helps Perin get down low to save
Perfect cross by Perisic to Lautaro, who gets away from Chiellini to head the ball goalwards, but it lacks power and Perin is able to make the save
Great defensive play by Perisic to head away Morata's cross that was heading towards Bernardeschi
Dzeko is booked for a late sliding tackle on De Sciglio
Dumfries gets in a dangerous header at the back post that Perin saves at the second attempt
Inter push forward down the left through Bastoni and Perisic who link up well. Bastoni breaks into the box but is dispossessed as he approaches Perin
Another good move by the Nerazzurri. Lautaro spreads the play to Dumfries, who breaks down the right and sends in a cross that Perisic can't quite get on the end of at the back post
Bernardeschi again! This time he cuts in from the right and shoots over the bar
Juventus respond through Bernardeschi, whose left-footed effort at the back post doesn't trouble Handanovic
Inter look dangerous as Bastoni releases Perisic and the Croat's cross across the edge of the box is dealt with by Chiellini
The second half of the Supercoppa Frecciarossa 21/22 is under way with no changes for either side. FORZA INTER!
The first half of extra time comes to an end at the Meazza. It's still 1-1
Correa reaches Brozovic's cross and plays it towards Darmian, but Perin gets there first to claim the ball
One minute of added time
Dybala is booked for thwarting an Inter break with a handball
Correa releases Vidal down the right and his cross-shot is easily claimed by Perin
Inter switch: Dimarco is on for Perisic
Inter go so close to making it 2-1 through Sanchez's header from Calhanoglu's corner
Sanchez dummies and crosses it in towards Vidal, but there's too much on it and De Sciglio chests the ball back to Perin
Bentancur replaces Locatelli for Juventus
FULL TIME! INTER HAVE WON THE ITALIAN SUPER CUP FOR THE SIXTH TIME IN THE CLUB'S HISTORY. The Nerazzurri ran out 2-1 winners over Juventus at the Meazza after extra time. Alexis Sanchez struck the decisive goal after it was 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes!
GOAL GOAL GOOOOOAL! Sancheeeeez! Right at the end of extra time! Inter make it 2-1 through El Nino Maravilla who pounces on a loose ball in the area to score to win Inter the Super Cup! GET IN!
Vidal is cautioned for a foul on Arthur
Dangerous backpass by Chiellini that Perin gets to just ahead of Sanchez after a good Inter press
Vidal sets up Brozovic, whose right-footed shot is blocked and goes behind for a corner
Rugani is cautioned for a foul on Correa
Correa is booked for a tackle on Chiellini in the area
The final 15 minutes of the Supercoppa Frecciarossa are under way. FORZA INTER!
Leonardo Bonucci is looking to play his eighth match in the Supercoppa Italiana, overtaking Javier Zanetti - only Gianluigi Buffon and Dejan Stankovic (both nine) have played more such games in the history of the competition.
Juventus (28) and Inter (17) are the two sides to have scored the most goals in the history of the Supercoppa Italiana (excluding penalty shootouts).
Inter and Juventus have won three matches each across the last eight meetings between the sides that were hosted by the Nerazzurri in all competitions (D2), with Inter scoring at least once in each match.
This will be the 34th edition of the Supercoppa Italiana: Juventus have won the competition on nine occasions (at least two more times than any other team), while Inter have done so five times.
Arturo Vidal has been involved in two goals in his three games in the Supercoppa Italiana, scoring a goal and assisting one more in 2012 - the Inter midfielder has already scored a goal against Juventus since leaving the club - in a Serie A game in January 2021.
Simone Inzaghi is one of only two bosses with a 100% win rate (2/2) in Supercoppa Italiana games (min. 2 matches), alongside Rafa Benitez (also 2/2).
Inter have only lost one of their last 16 games in all competitions (0-2 v Real Madrid in December), winning 13 matches in the process, including each of the last four in a row.
Inter will play a Supercoppa Italiana game for the first time since 2011, when they lost 1-2 against Milan in Beijing, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kevin-Prince Boateng responding to a Wesley Sneijder direct free-kick goal.
Inter and Juventus have faced each other in the Supercoppa Italiana only once before, with Inter lifting the trophy courtesy of a Juan Sebastián Verón goal back in 2005 (1-0).
San Siro has been the host venue for the Supercoppa Italiana on 11 occasions, more than twice as often as any other stadium. This will be the first edition of the trophy played in Milan since 2010, when Inter defeated Roma.