Six days after the first round where theInter-Milan won 2-0, the Nerazzurri host AC Milan in the Champions League semi-final second leg on Tuesday. For this new poster, Simone Inzaghi will still be without Milan Skriniar but he can count on the return of Robin Gossens while on the Rossoneri side, Stefano Pioli will have to do without Junior Messias and Ismaël Bennacer. While Rafael Leão’s teammates have to overcome a two-goal handicap, the red and black coach still believes in qualification: “We know that we are starting with a handicap, but we have the quality to reverse the situation. We have an important objective: to win this match and try to qualify for the Champions League final, when no one else would have predicted that we can reach the semi-finals and even more in the final. I know that we can play a great match. We will have to make as few mistakes as possible and be ready to take advantage of theirs, because they will. Anyone who plays sports and even more football knows that a match is not over until it is over! Achievements do exist. You have to believe in them and you believe in them.”
Among the Interists, Simone Inzaghi prefers to warn her players: “We know that tomorrow (Tuesday) will be one of the most important games in Inter’s century-old history. We know how important these games are for us, as a club, and for our fans, and so we will have to give our best. We deserve the first leg advantage. But at the same time we know that we have to play like Inter, we have to cover the pitch in the best way possible, knowing that we have a great team in front of us.” The coach took the opportunity to put pressure on the French Clément Turpin, the referee of the meeting: “Many friends and acquaintances in the world of football have informed me of the appointment of a French referee with Milan, which has four French players. There is not the slightest problem, we have complete confidence.”
What time does Inter – AC Milan start?
The kick-off of the semi-final second leg of the Champions League between Inter Milan and AC Milan is scheduled Tuesday, May 16 at 9:00 p.m. at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan (Italy). The French Clément Turpin will be the referee of the meeting.
On which TV channel to watch Inter – Milan AC?
Champions League TV rights holders, Canal+Football And RMC Sports 1 will broadcast the second leg of C1 between Inter Milan and A.C. Milan.
How to follow Inter – Milan AC in streaming?
If you want to watch the Champions League semi-final match between Inter Milan and AC Milan on your computer, smartphone or tablet, you will need to subscribe to MyCanal or on the website RMC Sports.
What are the probable compositions of Inter Milan and AC Milan?
Switch: Onana (G) – Darmian – Acerbi – Bastoni – Dumfries – Barella – Calhanoglu – Mkhitaryan – Dimarco – Martinez – Dzeko.
Milano: Maignan (G) – Calabria – Tomori – Kjær – Hernandez – Tonali – Krunic – Saelemaekers – Diaz – Leão – Giroud.
What are the predictions of Inter – Milan AC?
- Betclic: Inter: 2.20 / Draw: 3.40 / Milan: 3.50
- Bwin: Inter: 2.10 / Draw: 3.10 / Milan: 3.25
- NetBet: Inter: 2.17 / Draw: 3.40 / Milan: 3.45
- Unibet: Inter: 2.20 / Draw: 3.38 / Milan: 3.45