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Inter match report

El Principe and company simply owned Milan today, and not just today, but this season, as they won both league encounters with a 5-2 aggregate. Awesome work today by the Nerazzurri; they were very impressive, very organized, very strong, and very energetic. Milito scored first to give Inter the 1-nil lead. Lucio scored second from an offside position, so it was disallowed. Cambiaso scored next, but the referee didn’t see it, so it wasn’t awarded. The ref then handed Milan a goal on a silver platter by awarding a PK for a Cesar tackle that wasn’t even a foul. The half ended 1-1. Milan scored within seconds of starting the second half, but the resolute Inter, lead by Milito, earned two more PKs to take the lead, giving Milito his hat trick along the way. Maicon later put the nail in the coffin with a sweet strike–a missile is a more appropriate description–to the far post upper left V.

The city of Milan continues to be painted in black and blue as Inter dominate Milan in both encounters! Inter reigns supreme in Milan!

Forza Inter!


Alvarez: 3
Cambiasso: 5
Castaignos: 1
Coutinho: 1
Faraoni: 1
Forlan: 2
Lucio: 2
Maicon: 3
Milito: 25
Motta: 3
Nagatomo: 2
Obi: 1
Pazzini: 8
Poli: 1
Ranocchia: 1
Samuel: 3
Sneijder: 5
Zarate: 3
Goals for: 70
Goals Against: 66