Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022


Jan 16th 2023

10 Inter appearances and six victories: from beating Samp in 1989 to overcoming Juve in 2022 with Sanchez's extra-time winner

Inter is ready to take on AC Milan in the 35th Supercoppa Italiana. The derby will be played at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh on Wednesday 18 January at 20:00 CET.

It will be Inter's 11th time participating in the Supercoppa Italiana. In their 10 appearances to this point, the Nerazzurri have won six times, including the most recent, with a San Siro victory in extra-time against Juventus.

For the second time in history, Inter and AC Milan will face off in the Supercoppa: The only other time was in the summer of 2011 when the Rossoneri came back to win 2-1 in Pechino.


1989: Inter 2-0 Sampdoria (Cucchi, Serena) 2000: Lazio 4-3 Inter (Keane, Vampeta, Farinos) 2005: Juventus 0-1 Inter 0-1 (Veron) 2006: Inter 4-3 Roma (2 Vieira, Crespo, Figo) 2007: Inter 0-1 Roma 2008: Inter 2-2 Roma [Inter wins 8-7 on penalties] (Muntari, Balotelli) 2009: Inter 1-2 Lazio (Eto'o) 2010: Inter 3-1 Roma (Pandev, 2x Eto'o) 2011: Milan 2-1 Inter (Sneijder) 2021: Inter 2-1 Juventus (Lautaro, Sanchez)


The Inter of the Record Scudetto played the Supercoppa Italiana for the first time, now in its second edition. It was played at San Siro in November, in front of just over 7,000 spectators. Taking them on was Vialli and Mancini's Sampdoria. Handing the trophy to Trapattoni's team were Enrico Cucchi (who died in 1996) and Aldo Serena.


The one in 2022 was the fourth time that Inter and Juventus have battled it out in a final. There have been two in the Coppa Italia, both won by Juventus (1959 and 1965), and one in the Supercoppa in 2005, played at Delle Alpi, in the past. Inter came into the game fresh off a Coppa Italia victory. In Torino, in the rain, the Nerazzurri won in extra time: Adriano's assist and the right footed finished from Juan Sebastian Veron.

2006 | INTER 4-3 ROMA 4-3 (AET)

A heart-stopping start to the season. Mancini's Inter repeated the previous year's success after a crazy game against Roma at San Siro. The Giallorossi went ahead 3-0 with Mancini and Aquilani (2). Then the Nerazzurri came back: a brace from Vieira (in his first game in the Nerazzurri, as well as Ibrahimovic, Maicon, Grosso and Dacourt). Then the 3-3 by Hernan Crespo, on his return to Inter. In extra time, Figo's pearler of a free kick made it 4-3.

2008 | INTER 2-2 ROMA (Inter win 8-7 on Penalties)

Another chapter in history against Roma, who had won at San Siro in 2007 thanks to a De Rossi penalty. Inter took the lead through Muntari and were then caught by De Rossi, then Balotelli (just over 18, the youngest scorer in the competition) scored, but Vucinic equalised as time expired. After extra time, it went to penalties. A series full of twists and turns. Stankovic missed, Totti had the winning ball but missed the penalty. It went into extra time: Julio Cesar hypnotized Juan and Zanetti, in his first and only penalty of his career, beat Doni for the Nerazzurri victory.

2010 | INTER 3-1 ROMA

The treble-winning Inter came to San Siro for the first time since the night in Madrid. Roma went ahead through Riise before Pandev restored parity. In the second half Eto'o was unleashed, scoring twice to give Inter a 3-1 win and their fourth trophy of 2010.

2021 | INTER 2-1 JUVENTUS (a.e.t.)

The 2021 Supercoppa was played on the 12 January 2022 at San Siro, with the stadium at half capacity due to the pandemic. On a freezing night Juventus went ahead through McKennie, then Inter equalised through Lautaro from a penalty. The Nerazzurri dominated throughout the match but could not break through. It went into extra time and everyone was preparing for penalties. As the 120th minute struck, the ball travelled towards the Juventus box, a couple of seconds later it was in the back of the net: Darmian served Sanchez who deposited it into the net. Inter win, scoring on the final whistle. A Nerazzurri delirium.

Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022
Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022
Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022
Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022
Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022
Supecoppa Italiana 2021 - Inter-Juventus 2-1 - 12 gennaio 2022

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