Stats | Inter’s eighth Coppa Italia takes trophy haul up to 42

Stats | Inter’s eighth Coppa Italia takes trophy haul up to 42



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May 12th 2022

The Nerazzurri won the domestic cup competition for the first time since 2011 in the club’s 14th final


The pulsating 4-2 victory over Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome saw Inter claim the Coppa Italia for the eighth time in the club’s history. The Nerazzurri have now reached the showpiece final on 14 occasions and the triumph takes the trophy haul since the club was founded in 1908 up to 42.

Only Juventus (14) and Roma (nine) have won the Coppa Italia more times than Inter, with Lazio (seven) in fourth place in the rankings.

Having lost to Juventus in the Coppa Italia final in 1959 and 1965, Inter have now beaten the Bianconeri in back-to-back finals, following on from the Italian Super Cup in January at San Siro, with extra time once again needed to determine a winner.

Inter’s previous Coppa Italia triumph was back in 2011 when Leonardo’s side beat Palermo 3-1 thanks to goals by Samuel Eto'o (two) and Diego Milito. A certain Andrea Ranocchia was in the starting line-up that day, while the defender was also in the squad at the Olimpico where he celebrated his second Coppa Italia success 11 years after his first.

ALL INTER’S COPPA ITALIA FINAL APPEARANCES

1939 | Ambrosiana Inter 2-1 Novara 1959 | Inter 1-4 Juventus 1965 | Juventus 1-0 Inter 1977 | Milan 2-0 Inter  1978 | Inter 2-1 Napoli  1982 | Inter 2-1 Torino, over two legs 2000 | Lazio 2-1 Inter, over two legs 2005 | Roma 0-3 Inter, over two legs 2006 | Roma 2-4 Inter, over two legs 2007 | Roma 7-4 Inter, over two legs 2008 | Roma 2-1 Inter 2010 | Inter 1-0 Roma  2011 | Inter 3-1 Palermo 2022 | Juventus 2-4 Inter 

INTER'S LIST OF HONOURS

  • 19 Scudetti

  • 8 Coppe Italia

  • 3 Champions Leagues

  • 2 Intercontinental Cups

  • 1 Club World Cup

  • 3 UEFA Cups

  • 6 Italian Super Cups

STATS FROM THE FINAL IN ROME

Inter are the first team to have scored twice in extra time in a Coppa Italia final since Vicenza managed to do so against Napoli in 1997.

Inter are the first club to have converted two penalties in a Coppa Italia final (excluding penalty shootouts) since Sampdoria did so against Ancona in 1994.

The Nerazzurri played extra time in a Coppa Italia final for the first time in the club’s history, while it was the fourth taste of an extra 30 minutes for the Bianconeri in their last seven cup finals alone.

Inter became the third team to beat Juventus three times in a single season in all competitions, joining Fiorentina in 1940/41 and Lazio in 1942/43.

Ivan Perisic is the fourth Inter player to have netted a brace in the Coppa Italia final, following in the footsteps of Adriano (2005 v Roma), Hernan Crespo (2007 v Roma) and Samuel Eto’o (2011 v Palermo).

Nicolo Barella’s strike six minutes into the contest is the fastest goal in a Coppa Italia final since Stefan Radu struck for Lazio against Juventus on 20 May 2015 in the 4th minute.

Barella is the first Italian to score for Inter in a Coppa Italia final since Alessandro Altobelli got among the goals in the second leg of the 1981/82 final against Torino.

Barella scored Inter’s second goal in the first six minutes of a Coppa Italia final, emulating Esteban Cambiasso’s goalscoring exploits against Roma exactly 16 years earlier on 11 May 2006.

Barella’s strike was the first goal from outside the box in a Coppa Italia final since Douglas Costa netted from long range against AC Milan in 2018.

Hakan Calhanoglu converted the first penalty in a Coppa Italia final since Edinson Cavani found the net against Juventus in 2012.

03-05-2006    Roma-Inter    1-1    8' Cruz, 59' ManciniFormazione: Julio Cesar, J. Zanetti, Cordoba, Samuel, Favalli (Burdisso), Figo, Pizarro, Cambiasso, Stankovic (Cesar), Cruz, Adriano (Martins).11-05-2006    Inter-Roma    3-1    6' Cambiasso, 47' Cruz, 79' Martins, 82' NondaJulio Cesar, J. Zanetti, Materazzi, Samuel, Favalli, Figo (Kily Gonzalez), Pizarro, Cambiasso, Stankovic (Solari), Cruz, Adriano (Martins). Allenatore: Roberto Mancini.

Quella con la Roma è una finale abituale: ce ne saranno quattro di fila, ben cinque in sei anni tra il 2005 e il 2010. Nel 2006 dopo il pari dell'andata con il sigillo di Cruz, l'Inter si scatena a San Siro. Solo gol bellissimi, con Cambiasso-Cruz-Martins a regalare la quinta Coppa Italia della storia nerazzurra.

05-05-2010    Inter-Roma    1-0    40' MilitoLa formazione: Julio Cesar, Maicon, Cordoba (Samuel), Materazzi, Chivu, Cambiasso, J. Zanetti, Motta, Sneijder (Balotelli; Muntari), Eto'o, Milito. Allenatore: José Mourinho.

Nel 2010 Inter-Roma è una sfida totale: in campionato e in Coppa Italia. Si gioca all'Olimpico in un clima incandescente, con Sneijder che lascia il campo dopo pochi minuti. Mario Balotelli disputa una partita fantastica, l'Inter passa grazie a un meraviglioso gol di Milito, nel primo dei suoi 4 gol leggendari. Il finale è rovente, con l'espulsione di Francesco Totti prima della festa per l'Inter di Mourinho.

29-05-2011    Inter-Palermo    3-1    26' Eto'o , 81' Eto'o , 93' Munoz, 97' MilitoLa formazione: Julio Cesar; Nagatomo, Lucio, Ranocchia, Chivu, Zanetti, Stankovic, Motta (Mariga), Sneijder (Milito), Pazzini (Pandev), Eto'o. Allenatore: Leonardo.

Nel 2011 con Leonardo in panchina l'Inter solleva la Coppa Italia battendo all'Olimpico il Palermo. È Samuel Eto'o l'uomo del match, prima del sigillo finale di Diego Milito. Quel giorno, in campo da titolare, un giovane Andrea Ranocchia, unico nerazzurro ancora nella rosa attuale. Nelle file del Palermo, in panchina - senza entrare in campo - Matteo Darmian.


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