AC Milan 0-1 Inter: Milito great-finish
Inter Milan emerged victorious in the match counter AC Milan in the Derby Della Madonnina. Nerazzurri ahead with the score 1-0 goals by Diego Milito in the second round.
At the San Siro on Sunday (1/15/2012), Milan failed to take advantage of some opportunities that they have in the first round. And it will be costly because in the beginning of the second round Milito managed to beat Cristian Abiatti, who failed to reciprocate Diavolo Rosso.
These results make the Rossoneri failed to regain the top position of a few hours and then taken Juventus. It also became the third defeat Alessandro Nesta et al after submission of Juventus and Napoli.
For Inter, this victory to continue their revival after earlier reaching a five-game winning streak. Now has 32 points, the Nerazzurri are still stuck in the top five standings. But Javier Zanetti cs kept close distance to the top standings with a difference of only six points.
The game was intense from the start, but there was no meaningful chance until the 10th minute. At that time, Zlatan Ibrahimovic fired a shot, which can be tamed Julio Cesar. A minute later, turn Pato saw his shot misses the target.
After Ricardo Alvarez shot at the 18th minute blocked, Milan respond by Kevin-Prince Boateng's header, in the 20th minute, a shot into the crossbar.
After the 35th minute, the more chances created from both camps. In the 40th minute, for example, Alvarez fired a shot that could well anticipated by Christian Abbiati.
Milan replied to it through two trials from Mark van Bommel, before halftime. After his first effort hit the bar, shot both of them denied by Cesar.
Milan seemed to dominate the beginning of the second half. However, it has not had time to create meaningful opportunities, they were struck goal Milito.
Inter tried to maintain pressure, and got two goal chances from Alvarez and Yuto Nagatomo in the 58th minute and 60th. While Alvarez shot tamed Abbiati, Nagatomo efforts fail to meet targets.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the break shot Cesar on menitn to-63, Inter creating opportunity through Nagatomo, who tamed the hands of Abbiati.
The next opportunity came from the stronghold of Milan, via Clarence Seedorf in the 83rd minute. However, Cesar could still blow it. Two minutes later, Robinho who saw his efforts foundered in the hands of Cesar.
Milan did not reduce the pressure, when the game entered injury time. However, despite not being broken, they missed a ball in the goalkeeper Cesar, till the long whistle sounded.
Milan: Christian Abbiati; Thiago Silva, Alessandro Nesta, Gianluca Zambrotta (Robinho 66), Ignazio Abate; Mark van Bommel, Urby Emanuelson, Antonio Nocerino (Clarence Seedorf 80), Kevin-Prince Boateng; Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato (Stephan El Shaarawy 83)
Inter: Julio Cesar; Walter Samuel, Lucio, Yuto Nagatomo, Maicon; Esteban Cambiasso, Thiago Motta, Ricardo Alvarez (Cristian Chivu 67), Javier Zanetti; Giampaolo Pazzini (Deigo Forlan 90), Diego Milito (Wesley Sneijder 76)