Finally, Inter Milan won their double in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals. That is, after his 2–0 in the first leg, he overcame the Derby della Madonnina and eliminated Milan with a 1–0 goal scored by Argentine Lautaro Martínez, in Giuseppe Meazza, to return to the final of a continental competition. Granted, 13 years later.
As can be guessed, the overall result affected the position of both teams at the start of the game. Well, the Nerazzuro put up a defensive block to stay on the lookout for a counter-attack, while Diavolo seized the ball and quickly moved his lines forward.
The Rossoneri scored the first goal before the quarter hour, facing an extreme comeback from Simone Inzaghi’s men. Precisely after 11 minutes, after a back pass on the left, Brahim Díaz came from in front of the goal, and shot down the right, in a position in which Andre Onana showed a wonderful cover.
With the initial phase underway, the local people ventured into the area and generated some viewpoints. However, Stefano Pioli’s team was the one who again caused danger in the opposite goal, with Rafael Leao’s entry into the area and subsequent left-footed shot, which went too close to the right post.
Moments after this opportunity, La Biscione had a chance to open the account and increase the overall favorable score. Heading to halftime, Edin Dzeko managed to comb the ball following a free kick on the left, and activated his reflexes to force Mike Magnan to make a save with a great save on the line.
Before and after the break, Milan showed problems to develop the game and thus achieved the arrival which brings it closer to the exemption in the series. In view of this, the strength of Inzaghi’s men increased as the second section passed.
The final half of the match saw the Nerazzurri organized in their area of the area and ready to play to the dismay of their rivals, whom they beat convincingly after 74 minutes. In an attacking play, Romelu Lukaku took off on the left side of the area for Lautaro Martínez, who took a strong left-footed shot at the near post.
With restraint controlling the final minutes, Inter sealed their qualification for the final and will be in Istanbul on 10 June when they look to lift Orezona for the fourth time in their history. Now, he only has to keep an eye on the Manchester City-Real Madrid key, which will see his rivals enter the title match.