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90' + 2'
H. Mkhitaryan
Yellow Card
R. Gagliardini
H. Çalhanoğlu
P. Pogba
F. Miretti
M. Locatelli
Yellow Card
F. Dimarco
N. Barella
1 - 0

Match Stats

41% 58%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 3
Total Passes 389 566
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Thanks for joining us for live coverage of Inter's 1-0 win over Juventus in the Coppa Italia semi-final second leg at San Siro.
Inter will play either Fiorentina or Cremonese in the final on May 24 as they look to lift the trophy for a ninth time and add to the Supercoppa Italiana crown they won against city rivals Milan in January. For Juventus, their attention turns back to the Europa League and Serie A as they try to claim silverware and a place in next season's Champions League.
The referee blows the final whistle and it is the Nerazzurri who reach the Coppa Italia final as they edge past the visitors 1-0 and take a 2-1 victory on aggregate. Their place in the final was clinched by a real moment of quality in the 15th minute, Barella laying a clever throughball into the path of Dimarco who coolly slotted past Merin. Juve never really looked like equalising despite Di Maria and Kostic having decent opportunities, mustering just 0.15 xG as Inter saw the game out relatively comfortably.
90' + 4' Onana claims a shocking cross as the seconds tick away, and that should be that.
H. Mkhitaryan
Yellow Card
90' + 2' Mkhitaryan is yellow-carded for a late challenge on Paredes.
90' + 2' Juve are not exactly banging down the door as they try and force extra-time. Can they fashion one big chance?
90' The fourth official puts up his board and indicates there will be four minutes of additional time at the end of this match.
87' Right now it is Inter who look the more likely to grab the second goal of this game and kill off the tie.
85' CLOSE! Brozovic fires the set-piece over, and it comes off Gagliardini and then a Juve head before nestling on top of the net.
84' Gosens is brought down by De Sciglio, and Inter will have a free-kick in a dangerous position.
R. Gagliardini
H. Çalhanoğlu
83' Calhanoglu comes off for Gagliardini.
82' Correa charges forward on the counter and chooses to ignore options on his left and right in order to shoot. It ends up being a poor decision as Bremer blocks his long-range effort.
P. Pogba
F. Miretti
79' Pogba enters the fray for Miretti as Allegri tries to get his team back into the tie.
R. Gosens
F. Dimarco
78' Goalscorer Dimarco is replaced by Gosens.
J. Correa
Lautaro Martínez
78' Martinez makes way for Correa.
77' Di Maria cuts onto his left foot and fires at goal, but his low effort is straight at Onana.
75' Time is running out on Allegri's men if they are to find an equaliser.
73' CLOSE! Dimarco smashes a free-kick into his own team-mate Lukaku, but it sits up nicely for Mkhitaryan to hit first time. He fires towards the far corner, but Merin does well to push it away from danger.
70' The visitors have really struggled to create chances against this resilient Inter defence. Can they find a way to get themselves level?
L. Bonucci
68' Bonucci is replaced by Danilo for the visitors.
R. Lukaku
E. Džeko
68' Lukaku is also on for Dzeko.
M. Brozović
N. Barella
68' Barella, so integral in the goal that has Inter ahead, makes way for Brozovic.
67' A powerful run from Dumfries ends with him whipping a teasing delivery across the face of goal, but Martinez is just not quite able to reach it on the slide.
66' Milik is yet to have much of an impact since his half-time introduction, managing just seven touches so far.
L. Paredes
M. Locatelli
63' Locatelli makes way for Paredes.
61' Martinez tries a snapshot from a tight angle, but it does not have the power or direction to really trouble Merin who comfortably collects.
M. Locatelli
Yellow Card
59' Locatelli is the first player to go in referee Daniele Doveri's book after he brought down Barella.
56' Dimarco has scored five goals for Inter in all competitions in the 2022-23 season, only fewer than Achraf Hakimi (seven goals in 2020-21) among the defenders of the club in the last 10 seasons; in addition, four of these goals arrived thanks to an assist by Barella.
53' Inter momentarily think they have doubled their lead as Dzeko latches onto Dimarco's pass before rifling into the far corner, but the flag goes up for offside to curtail the celebrations.
51' Locatelli tries to curl one into the bottom left corner from outside the box, but Onana gets down with relative ease to gather the ball and preserve his side's slender lead.
48' Miretti shifts onto his left boot and lets fly, but he gets it horribly wrong and the ball flies well over.
46' The hosts get us back underway for the second period.
A. Milik
F. Kostić
46' Milik replaces Kostic at the interval.
The visitors are still in this tie, but they really have to conjure up more of a threat going forward if they are to reach the final. They have mustered just two attempts and one shot on target so far, and Allegri will be wanting much more from his attackers in the second period.
It is the hosts who take a 1-0 lead into the break and a 2-1 advantage on aggregate. It was a first half of few chances, but a real moment of quality put Inter ahead. Barella played a delightful throughball into the path of Dimarco, who coolly finished with the outside of his boot. Juve were nearly level when Di Maria headed just wide and Onana saved from Kostic, but Inzaghi's men saw it through to take a slender lead into the interval.
45' There will be one minute of additional time at the end of this first half.
44' Martinez wastes a great crossing opportunity, spooning his delivery from the left high above his waiting team-mates' heads and into the stands.
42' Juventus have mustered just 0.06 xG (expected goals) so far. They will have to come up with more of an attacking threat if they are to get themselves back into the tie.
40' This is the fourth meeting between these two teams in all competitions this season, with Inter winless in the previous three.
38' Martinez forces a smart save out of Perin to prevent his left-footed drive flying into the back of the visitors' net.
37' Dumfries receives a stern warning from the referee after catching Kostic with a late challenge.
35' SAVE! Kostic cuts onto his right foot and lashes at goal. His powerful effort looks threatening, but Onana leaps to his right to tip it behind for a corner. That is the closest Juve have come so far.
32' Dimarco picks out Martinez on the edge of the box, and the striker takes a touch on his chest before flashing an effort at goal. He gets well underneath it, though, and the ball soars high above the crossbar.
29' Inter have lifted the Coppa Italia eight times, with only Roma (nine) and their opponents here (14) winning it more often.
26' WIDE! Juve go close as Di Maria gets on the end of a cross from the left, but the Argentina international's header bounces just past the left post.
24' The visitors are yet to have a shot so far in this match. Can they create more and get themselves back into the tie?
21' CLOSE! The ball sits up nicely for Martinez to hit from outside the box, but his low effort skims wide of the left post.
20' Bremer catches Acerbi as a Juve corner comes over and the referee points for a free-kick to the hosts. It has been a decent reply from the visitors, but they are yet to create a real chance.
17' Allegri's men look for a quick response, but Inter are able to crowd out Rabiot before he can get a shot away at goal.
N. Barella
15' Barella's clever assist was superb to allow Dimarco to finish.
F. Dimarco
15' GOAL!!! INTER TAKE THE LEAD!!! They have a brilliant pass from Barella to thank, as he slides a perfect throughball into Dimarco's path. The wide-man takes it first time with the outside of his boot, scooping past Perin to put his team 1-0 up and 2-1 ahead on aggregate!
13' Dimarco whips a corner into the Juventus box and it is flicked on by Bastoni, but fortunately for the visitors, Alex Sandro is well-placed to head away before Dumfries can nod home.
11' Darmian momentarily goes down after Rabiot stood on his toe, but the former Manchester United man will soldier on and play has resumed.
9' Barella is okay to continue, but the resulting free-kick is wasted as Calhanoglu's delivery is headed away.
7' There is an injury worry here for Inter after Barella goes down clutching his ankle following a heavy challenge from Alex Sandro.
5' The hosts have had most of the early possession as they press for an opener.
3' There is a big early scare for the visitors as Barella's wicked cross finds Dzeko at the back post, but it is an awkward height for the striker and it hits him and goes behind for a goal-kick.
1' The visitors kick us off and we are underway!
The two teams make their way onto the pitch ahead of this huge cup match.
Massimiliano Allegri goes with seven alterations from the home defeat to Napoli at the weekend as he changes to three at the back. Perin is preferred to Sczcesny between the sticks while Bonucci, Bremer and Sandro come into the back three. De Sciglio, Di Maria and Chiesa are the three other players brought into the starting XI.
Simone Inzaghi makes nine changes from his team's last match, a 3-0 win at Empoli, as Onana replaces Samir Handanovic in goal while Darmian and Bastoni start in the back three. Dumfries and Dimarco are preferred to Gosens and Bellanova at wing-back while Barella and Mkhitaryan come into the midfield. Martinez and Correa are the front two as Lukaku and Correa drop to the bench.
SUBS: Wojciech Szczesny, Samuel Iling, Paul Pogba, Nicolo Fagioli, Matias Soule Malvano, Leandro Paredes, Federico Gatti, Danilo, Daniel Rugani, Carlo Pinsoglio, Arkadiusz Milik.
JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1): Mattia Perin; Leonardo Bonucci, Bremer, Alex Sandro; Mattia De Sciglio, Fabio Miretti, Manuel Locatelli, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic; Angel Di Maria; Federico Chiesa.
SUBS: Alex Cordaz, Danilo D'Ambrosio, Raoul Bellanova, Kristjan Asllani, Romelu Lukaku, Mattia Zanotti, Stefan de Vrij, Nikolaos Botis, Valentin Carboni, Marcelo Brozovic, Joaquin Correa, Roberto Gagliardini, Robin Gosens.
INTER (3-5-2): Andre Onana; Alessandro Bastoni, Francesco Acerbi, Matteo Darmian; Federico Dimarco, Hakan Calhanoglu, Nicolo Barella, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Denzel Dumfries; Edin Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez.
The Bianconeri have also enjoyed European success since the first leg, beating Sporting CP 2-1 on aggregate to reach the Europa League semi-finals, though they have also endured poor Serie A form like their hosts, losing all three league matches. They have won 14 Coppa Italia trophies, five more than any other team, and they will be hoping to get past Inter here to keep their hopes alive of picking up a record-extending 15th title in the final on May 24.
This tie is finely poised at 1-1 after a late penalty rescued a draw for the Nerazzurri in an ill-tempered first leg at Allianz Stadium earlier this month. The hosts for the second leg have endured mixed form since, reaching the Champions League last four by seeing off Benfica 5-3 on aggregate but winning just one of their four Serie A matches. They will be hoping to use home advantage to secure their place in the final against either Fiorentina or Cremonese, with the second leg between those two set to be played on Thursday with the former taking a 2-0 lead into the reverse match on home turf.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the Coppa Italia semi-final second leg between Inter and Juventus at San Siro.