MILAN – We’re staying at home, but let’s not lose our connection with the Nerazzurri world. We’re hungry for football to return and we thought we’d give Inter fans a chance to relive, in depth, some of the biggest matches in recent Nerazzurri history.
We’ll do this on YouTube by broadcasting the full version of a match from the past, starting this evening at 22:00 CET on our YouTube channel with Inter 3-1 Roma from 2006 in the Coppa Italia Final second leg, a match with which the third trophy of the Mancini era was won. Furthermore, this will be a fixed appointment: after the first event tonight, every Wednesday at 22:00 CET we'll broadcast a different match on YouTube that you, the Nerazzurri fans, will choose. We’ll ask you to vote on our social media channels for which match you would like to relive.
We’ll try to give full coverage of the event, bringing you the context of the game and we’ll do a ‘real time’ report on Twitter of the game that’s being broadcast on YouTube, just as we would do for usual Nerazzurri games. You’ll be able to comment on and follow the match, in which Nerazzurri stars of the past will be the protagonists, by using the hashtag #InterClassics.
Therefore, the first event takes place tonight at 22:00 CET on Inter’s YouTube and Twitter profiles, and then from next week onwards it’ll take place every Wednesday at 22:00 CET. Remember, you’ll get the chance to choose which game to relive!
11 MAY 2006 – COPPA ITALIA FINAL SECOND LEG, INTER 3-1 ROMA
Scorers: 6’ Cambiasso, 45+2’ Cruz, 77’ Martins, 80’ Nonda
INTER: 12 Julio Cesar; 4 J.Zanetti, 25 Samuel 23 Materazzi, 16 Favalli; 7 Figo (81’ 18 Kily Gonzalez), 8 Pizarro, 19 Cambiasso, 5 Stankovic (58’ 21 Solari); 9 Cruz, 10 Adriano (67’ 30 Martins).
Substitutes: 1 Toldo, 3 Burdisso, 33 Wome, 14 Veron.
Coach: Roberto Mancini.
ROMA: 32 Doni; 2 Panucci, 13 Chivu (12' 4 Kuffour), 3 Bovo, 25 Cufrè; 14 Kharja (76’ 40 Nonda), 15 Dacourt; 17 Tommasi, 28 Rosi, 30 Mancini; 35 Okaka (54’ 10 Totti).
Substitutes: 1 Curci, 7 Alvarez, 16 De Rossi, 29 Greco.
Coach: Luciano Spalletti.
Referee: Domenico Messina from Bergamo.
Yellow Cards: Kharja, Pizarro, Materazzi, Rosi, Bovo.