Lineups

Inter Milan

( 3-5-2 )

  • 1. S. Handanovič

  • 33. D. D'Ambrosio

    75'
  • 2. D. Godín Yellow Card

  • 34. C. Biraghi

    69'
  • 37. M. Škriniar

  • 6. S. de Vrij Yellow Card

  • 77. M. Brozović

  • 20. Borja Valero Yellow Card

    77'
  • 6. M. Vecino

  • 9. R. Lukaku Goal

  • 10. L. Martínez

Substitutes

  • 27. D. Padelli

  • 23. F. Dimarco

  • 95. A. Bastoni

  • 87. A. Candreva

  • 23. V. Lazaro

    69'
  • 21. M. Politano

    75'
  • 30. S. Esposito

    77'

International - UEFA Champions League Group F

35' C. Lenglet 35' Yellow Card 35'  C. Lenglet 45' Borja Valero 45' Yellow Card 45'  Borja Valero 49' Junior Firpo 49' Yellow Card 49'  Junior Firpo 88' S. de Vrij 88' Yellow Card 88'  S. de Vrij 90' D. Godín 90' Yellow Card 90'  D. Godín 23' Carles Pérez 23' Goal 23'   Perez Carles Pérez 44' R. Lukaku 44' Goal 44'   Lukaku R. Lukaku 87' Ansu Fati 87' Goal 87'   Fati Ansu Fati
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Inter Milan

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Barcelona

Barcelona

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    0 - 1
  • 44'
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  • 87'
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  • Date: 10/12/2019
  • Time: 20:00
  • Venue: Giusepe Meazza
  • Referee: Bjorn Kuipers
Preview - Inter Milan v Barcelona

Date published: 12/10/2019 1:38:13 PM

Preview - Inter Milan v Barcelona

Antonio Conte says that Inter Milan must have “no regrets” in their pursuit of a Champions League last-16 place.

Inter host a Barcelona side on Tuesday already through to the knockout phase and without rested superstar talisman Lionel Messi.

Inter will progress if they beat Barcelona or at least finish level on points with third-placed Borussia Dortmund, given the Italian team’s superior head-to-head goal difference over the Germans.

“This is an important moment for us,” Inter boss Conte told reporters at his pre-match press conference and reported by Inter’s official website.

“If we rewind the clock and go back to the day of the draw, there was the realisation that we would be playing to qualify from a group that everybody described as difficult at home on the last match-day against Barcelona.

“It will be an important game, and we know that we can progress with a positive result. It is important for everyone – for the environment, the players, for me, too.

“Tomorrow, we should only think about ourselves and approaching the match in the right manner.

“Our objective is clear – to come off the pitch with no regrets having given everything, and also considering the fact that it might not be enough against a team like Barcelona.

“We are not thinking too much about Barcelona. They have a squad of 20-22 players, all of whom are very good.

“Their team is one of the best in the world. They aim to win all the competitions they are involved in every year.

“They will come here with a sense of calm in the knowledge that they’ve already secured first place. It’s not necessarily an advantage for us. They could feel less pressure and play more freely.”

Inter are without Stefano Sensi, Nicolo Barella, Alexis Sanchez and Roberto Gagliardini, while Gerard Pique and Sergi Roberto join Messi in not travelling to Milan.

Conte added: “We need to show courage and enthusiasm. Qualifying for the last 16 is a feat which would be prestigious for everyone.

“I’m sure that the whole stadium will help us by giving off positive energy. This is required so that we can overcome this great obstacle together.”

Barcelona beat Inter 2-1 in their first Champions League meeting this season, and Conte said: “As was the case back then, we will prepare for the match by trying to get the best out of our players and their characteristics.

“It’s impossible to think that Barcelona’s passing game won’t cause us any difficulties. We need to be compact, brave in closing them down and good on the ball in order to put them under pressure.”

Speaking about his squad selection at a pre-match press conference and reported by AS newspaper, Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde said: “The decisions are made by the coach. He does what he thinks is convenient for the team.

“Messi’s case is he has a rest in this game and nothing more. We have important matches left.”

Asked about the Inter encounter, he added: “It is an important, difficult challenge.

“We have already qualified, but we intend to take the game forward, compete, with a great atmosphere. We will try to win, knowing that they have a great team.”

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Match Information

  • UEFA Champions League Group F
  • Round 6
  • Giusepe Meazza
  • Bjorn Kuipers
  • 71,818
  • 10 Dec, 20:00

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League Table

Place Team GP Won Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
1 Barcelona 6 4 2 0 9 4 5 14
2 Borussia Dortmund 6 3 1 2 8 8 0 10
3 Inter Milan 6 2 1 3 10 9 1 7
4 Slavia Praha 6 0 2 4 4 10 -6 2
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Lineups

Inter Milan
(3-5-2)
Barcelona
(4-3-3)
  • 1. S. Handanovič

  • 33. D. D'Ambrosio

    75'
  • 2. D. Godín Yellow Card

  • 34. C. Biraghi

    69'
  • 37. M. Škriniar

  • 6. S. de Vrij Yellow Card

  • 77. M. Brozović

  • 20. Borja Valero Yellow Card

    77'
  • 6. M. Vecino

  • 9. R. Lukaku Goal

  • 10. L. Martínez

Substitutes

  • 27. D. Padelli

  • 23. F. Dimarco

  • 95. A. Bastoni

  • 87. A. Candreva

  • 23. V. Lazaro

    69'
  • 21. M. Politano

    75'
  • 30. S. Esposito

    77'
  • 13. Neto

  • 23. S. Umtiti

  • 24. Junior Firpo Yellow Card

  • 15. C. Lenglet Yellow Card

  • 6. M. Wagué

  • 21. J. Todibo

  • 4. I. Rakitić

    63'
  • 24. Aleñà

  • 22. A. Vidal

  • 17. A. Griezmann

    62'
  • 27. Carles Pérez Goal

    85'

Substitutes

  • 1. M. ter Stegen

  • 33. R. Araújo

  • 35. Dani Morer

  • 5. Busquets

  • 21. F. de Jong

    63'
  • 9. L. Suárez

    62'
  • 31. Ansu Fati Goal

    85'
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Barcelona Barcelona
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Corners
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11
Shots On Target
5
43
Possession
57
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
9
Shots Off Target
13
133
Attacks
126
46
Dangerous
33

Inter Milan v Barcelona

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    Report - Inter Milan 1-2 Barcelona

    Date published: 12/11/2019 12:57:28 PM

    Teenager Ansu Fati became the youngest goalscorer in Champions League history as Barcelona knocked Inter Milan out with a 2-1 win at the San Siro.

    Lautaro Martinez had two goals ruled out for offside as Antonio Conte’s men – who needed to match Borussia Dortmund’s result against Slavia Prague – were condemned to third spot in the group and the Europa League.

    Dortmund won 2-1, with Jadon Sancho again on the scoresheet. Inter threw everything at Barcelona, who had already qualified, after Romelu Lukaku cancelled out Carles Perez’s opener, but the winner came from 17-year-old substitute Fati in the 86th minute.

    Lukaku was involved in a lively start by the Italians as he forced a sharp save from Neto before being denied by a last-gasp tackle from Clement Lenglet as he sought to manoeuvre himself into the best possible position to shoot.

    The failure to take those early chances proved costly as Perez slid home the opener into the bottom left corner to score on his Champions League debut.

    Lenglet should have made it 2-0 but the centre-back squandered a gilt-edged chance when he dragged a routine finish wide of the right post.

    Lukaku ought to have done better with another chance before Danilo D’Ambrosio forced a good save from Neto as the visitors came under renewed pressure.

    With just over a minute of the first half remaining, Inter equalised when Martinez showed his strength to hold up the ball in the face of muscular defending and Lukaku drove home a deflected shot.

    Samir Handanovic came to the hosts’ rescue with an excellent save from Antoine Griezmann’s low shot as Barcelona attacked with menace, Ivan Rakitic also contributing a driving run.

    Griezmann was replaced by Luis Suarez but Inter pressed again with Lukaku the focal point, although he was wasteful once more when played in by the superb Martinez.

    The Argentinian flashed wide of the left post having done all the hard work and the misfiring Lukaku steered an attempt straight into the arms of Neto.

    Inter’s hopes rested with the brilliance of Martinez and he seemed to have secured the breakthrough only for the offside flag to go up.

    And he endured the same fate when he pushed the ball into the net for a second time, but on this occasion it was Lukaku who was offside.

    Time was running out and Fati delivered the killer blow by firing a stunning winner.

    Lineups

    Barcelona

    ( 3-5-2 )

    • 13. Neto

    • 23. S. Umtiti

    • 24. Junior Firpo Yellow Card

    • 15. C. Lenglet Yellow Card

    • 6. M. Wagué

    • 21. J. Todibo

    • 4. I. Rakitić

      63'
    • 24. Aleñà

    • 22. A. Vidal

    • 17. A. Griezmann

      62'
    • 27. Carles Pérez Goal

      85'

    Substitutes

    • 1. M. ter Stegen

    • 33. R. Araújo

    • 35. Dani Morer

    • 5. Busquets

    • 21. F. de Jong

      63'
    • 9. L. Suárez

      62'
    • 31. Ansu Fati Goal

      85'