Serie A: Milan vs Inter 2-3 FT, as the nerazzurri jump back into third place


– This will be the 170th Milan derby in Serie A; the Nerazzurri have won twice and drawn three of the meetings since the Rossoneri last won, back in January 2016 (3-0).
– AC Milan have failed to score in their last two Milan derbies in Serie A: only twice in the history of the competition have the Rossoneri failed to find the net in three consecutive games against Inter (the last time was between 1979 and 1981).
– In all competitions, AC Milan are unbeaten in their last six Milan derbies as host team (W3, D3); the last time they lost was back in October 2012 (0-1).

– Seven of the last eight goals between AC Milan and Inter have come in the second half of Serie A games.
– AC Milan have won their last five Serie A games – they have not won six consecutive matches in the competition since 2006 (9).
– In 2019, Inter have picked up just 11 points in eight games in Serie A (W3 D2 L3), nine less than AC Milan have managed (20: W6, D2); only Juventus have picked up more points than the Rossoneri this calendar year (22).
– Luciano Spalletti is unbeaten in his three Milan derbies in Serie A as Inter manager (W2, D1).
– Inter have scored 38% of their goals (15/40) in the last 15 minutes of Serie A games this season, including one in their last top-flight match as well as one in the reverse fixture; no team has scored a higher percentage of their goals in this period of matches.
– The last Milan player to have scored in his first Milan derby in Serie A was Jeremy Menez in November 2014; while for Inter it was Antonio Candreva, in November 2016.
– Inter’s Lautaro Martinez is the outfield player to have played the most games (13) and to have scored the most goals (5) in 2019 in all competitions.

Inter Milan moved above city rivals AC Milan into third place in Serie A with victory in a fiercely fought derby.

Matias Vecino fired in from close range to give Inter a half-time lead.

Stefan De Vrij nodded in to make it 2-0 before Tiemoue Bakayoko headed past Samir Handanovic to give Milan hope.

Lautaro Martinez’s penalty made it 3-1, after Samu Castillejo tripped Matteo Politano, although Mateo Musacchio’s 71st minute strike made it a nervy last few minutes for Inter.

During that period VAR overturned referee Marco Guida’s original decision to send Milan’s Andrea Conti off for a tackle on Martinez. Inter coach Luciano Spalletti protested and was consequently sent off.

Inter now have 53 points from 23 games, two points and a place above Milan.


AC Milan

  • 99 Donnarumma
  • Calabria
  • 22 Musacchio
  • 13 Romagnoli Booked at 66mins
  • 68 Rodríguez Booked at 32mins Substituted for Cutrone at 58′minutes
  • 79 Kessié Substituted for Conti at 69′ minutes Booked at 89 mins
  • 14 Bakayoko
  • 39  Tolentino Coelho de Lima Substituted for Castillejo Azuagaat 45′minutes
  • Fernández Saez Booked at 79 mins
  • 19 Piatek
  • 10 Calhanoglu


  • Castillejo Azuaga
  • 11 Borini
  • 12 Conti
  • 16 Bertolacci
  • 17 Zapata
  • 20 Abate
  • 21 Biglia
  • 25 Reina
  • 33 Caldara
  • 63 Cutrone
  • 90 Donnarumma
  • 93 Laxalt

Inter Milan

  • Handanovic
  • 33 D’Ambrosio
  • de Vrij
  • 37 Skriniar
  • 18 Asamoah
  • VecinoBooked at 79 mins Substituted for Ranocchiaat 90+2′minutes
  • 77 Brozovic Booked at 14 mins Substituted for Valeroat 73′minutes
  • Gagliardini Booked at 90 mins
  • 16 Politano Substituted for Candrevaat 84′minutes
  • 10 Martínez
  • 44 Perisic


  • 11 Keita
  • 13 Ranocchia
  • 20 Valero
  • 21 Cédric Soares
  • 27 Padelli
  • 29 Chagas Estevao
  • 87 Candreva
Referee:Marco Guida


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