Two goals by Rafael Leão helped champions Milan fight back from a goal down and earn a 3-2 win over Inter Milan. Check out full details here.
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Inter’s home games are played at the San Siro stadium, which they share with city rivals Milan. The stadium is the largest in Italian football with a capacity of 75,923.
|Head coach||Simone Inzaghi|
|2021–22||Serie A, 2nd of 20|
They have long-standing rivalries with Milan, with whom they contest the Derby della Madonnina, and Juventus, with whom they contest the Derby d’Italia; their rivalry with the former is one of the most followed derbies in football.
As of 2019, Inter has the highest home game attendance in Italy and the sixth highest attendance in Europe.
The club is one of the most valuable in Italian and world football.
Vs AC Milan
Two goals by Rafael Leão helped champions Milan fight back from a goal down and earn a 3-2 win over local rivals Internazionale in their fifth Serie A match of the season.
Tensions were running high as Milan defender Theo Hernández and Inter midfielder Denzel Dumfries were handed yellow cards in the ninth minute after arguing following a collision.
Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic scored his first Serie A goal of the season in the 21st minute after an assist by forward Joaquín Correa following a brilliant counterattack orchestrated by forward Lautaro Martínez.
Milan, however, levelled seven minutes later through Leão, who slotted home past Samir Handanovic after collecting a pass from Sandro Tonali. Stefano Pioli’s side kept pressing but spurned a host of chances before the half-time whistle.
Milan keeper Mike Maignan delivered a superb performance, keeping out further efforts by Inter who kept pressing until the end but were denied an equaliser. Milan have 11 points after five games. Inter are fifth with nine points.
In front of the club’s new owners, Rafael Leão inspired AC Milan to a 3-2 victory over fierce rival Inter Milan in a fiery Serie A derby on Saturday.
Leão had a hand in all three Milan goals, scoring two and setting up the other for Olivier Giroud.
Marcelo Brozović gave Inter the lead in the 21st minute and Edin Džeko pulled one back for the Nerazzurri in the 67th.
Milan moved to the top of Serie A. The defending champion is one of six teams still unbeaten, as is Juventus despite struggling to draw at Fiorentina 1-1 earlier. Two others, Lazio and Napoli, met in Rome later.
Milan announced the closing of its latest ownership change on Wednesday, when RedBird Capital Partners took a controlling interest and the New York Yankees a minority stake.
Gerry Cardinale, the founder and managing partner of RedBird, was in the stands at San Siro for the Derby della Madonnina.
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Speaking after the 3-2 victory for his side at San Siro over Inter to DAZN, via FCInter1908, the coach gave an insight to where he thinks the Nerazzurri preparation went wrong for the Derby della Madonnina which was one of the most thrilling in recent years.
He said that Inter must have expected the Rossoneri to press higher up the pitch but Stefano Pioli did not choose to do that.
“Today I think Inter expected us to press higher up the pitch, instead we waited for them a bit more. We didn’t concede so much space.
“I was sure they would play two fast forwards. With Inter’s quality they can jump you even if you’re close. Inter are very strong in depth and we tried to take it away and sometimes we succeeded.”
He was not totally happy with his team’s performance as he stressed that there was a 20-minute spell where they were too relaxed and risked losing their lead.
AC Milan prevailed in the Milan derby as they eked out a 3-2 win over Inter on matchday five of the Serie A 2022-23 season.
Marcelo Brozovic put Inter ahead in the 21st minute before Rafael Leao equalizes seven minutes later.
Olivier Giroud put Milan ahead in the 54th minute before Leao added the third.
Milan got the lead early on from a Brozovic goal after a Correa through ball.
Leao opened his account by equalizing from Sandro Tonali’s pass.
The Portuguese forward crossed for Olivier Giroud to score the second, before beating two defenders to add Milan’s third.
Edin Dzeko pulled one back for Inter in the 67th minute as it easn’t enough.