Barcelona vs. Inter Milan: the ‘nerazzurri’ club beat the ‘azulgranas’ 1-0 this Tuesday, October 4, at the San Siro stadium, for date 3 of Group C of the Champions League.
Incidents minute by minute
MIN 90+8: End of the match.
MIN 90+2: The referee did not consider a penalty.
MIN 90: The VAR reviews a possible hand from Dumfries (Inter) and a penalty for Barcelona.
MIN 85: Busquets (Barcelona) header went high and wide.
MIN 85: Substitution (Inter) Kristjan Asllani enters to replace Calhanoglu.
MIN 83: Substitution (Barcelona) enters Franck Kessie to replace Gavi.
MIN 76: Substitutions (Inter) Denzel Dumfries, Francesco Acerbi and Robin Gosens enter to replace Darmian, de Vrij and Dimarco.
MIN 75: Lautaro Martínez (Inter) and Gavi (Barcelona) cautioned with yellow card.
MIN 70: Yellow card for Calhanoglu (Inter) for a foul against Busquets (Inter)
MIN 67: The referee reviews the play and points out the lack of Ansu Fati.
MIN 67: The VAR intervenes for a hand of Ansu Fati (Barcelona) in the area in the previous play.
MIN 67: Pedri’s goal disallowed for Barcelona.
MIN 63: Changes (Barcelona) enter Balde and Ansu Fati to replace Marcos Alonso and Rapnhinha.
MIN 60: Ugh! Dembélé (Barcelona) crashed the ball into the right post of goalkeeper Onana (Inter)
MIN 59: Yellow card for Sergio Busquets (Barcelona) for a foul against Lautaro Martínez (Inter).
MIN 57: Change (Barcelona) Gerard Piqué enters to replace the injured Christensen.
MIN 57: Change (Inter) Edin Dzeko enters to replace Joaquín Correa.
MIN 57: Christensen (Barcelona) releases the ball and suffers from an injury.
MIN 46: The second half started.
MIN 45+2: The first half ended.
MIN 45+1: Inter goal! Calhanoglu opened the scoring 1-0 against Barcelona.
MIN 36: Dembélé (Barcelona) shot inside the area and the ball went near the Inter goalkeeper’s first post.
MIN 27: Goal disallowed by Joaquín Correa (Inter) for offside.
MIN 23: The referee does not record the foul due to an advanced position in the previous play.
MIN 22: Yellow card for Barella (Inter)
MIN 22: The VAR reviews a possible handball inside the area and a penalty against Barcelona.
MIN 6: Ter Stegen (Barcelona) avoids the fall of his bow after a shot by Calhanoglu (Inter) from outside the area.
MIN 1: The first half started.
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Sergi, Christensen, Garcia, Alonso; Busquets, Gavi, Pedri, Raphinha; Dembele, Lewandowski.
Inter: Onana; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni, Barella; Calhanoglu, Mkhitaryan, Darmian, Dimarco; Strap, Lautaro.
The team of Xavi Hernandez lost to the ‘bavarians’ away from home and now he is forced to prevail in Italy to continue dreaming of the round of 16. His present, of course, supports him, since he is undefeated in the local contest. In fact, they are leaders together with Real Madrid in LaLiga Santander.
“Tomorrow (today) is another story. We come from not scoring in Munich and now we have a very important game. We have to show personality. It’s time to perform in this competition”, said the Spanish coach in the run-up to the match.
“We have to defend well, not fit or grant many occasions. That is important to compete well and better. In the Champions League, that strategic goal in Munich (1-0 after a corner kick) hurt us a lot. That changed the dynamic of the game a little bit, ”he said.
Likewise, Mark Alonzo, He gave his impressions of the match. “We have a difficult game. You need to be focused to take the three points home. We arrived at a good time. Now it is too early to talk about candidates, ”he pointed out.
“Inter is a great team. He is well worked physically and tactically. It has a lot of quality up there. We know the difficulty. But we are working well and at a good level. It is a very important duel”, closed the defender.
Inter, for his part, he doesn’t have a good time in Serie A. He is in box 9 of the championship, 8 points behind the leader Napoli, which is also in the competition. The local has two defeats in a row and has to beat Barcelona yes or yes to break bad streak.
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