Some combat but no goal action
Great start to the second half in the duels, but clearly too few goalscoring opportunities.
First yellow of the game
Thiaw voluntarily stops Lautaro and receives the first yellow card of the game.
Acerbi is doing well
After a big foul – highly reprehensible – on Tonali in the box, Acerbi saw Turpin stop the game but not get out of the box. Quite surprising decision in view of the images.
Foul on Calhanoglu
Messias drags his sole on Çalhanoğlu’s foot. Distant free kick to follow. At midline level.
Missed by Messias
The idea was good but the execution more complicated. Messias sees his cross from the right to the left spinning directly out of goal.
The locals have the ball
Excellent sequence of possession of the Interists since the return from the locker room.
It’s back to Milan! (0-0)
Apart from that of Mkhitaryan, no change to note at the break, we leave with the same actors on both sides.
It’s the break, and it’s getting more and more complicated for Milan.
3 more minutes
There will be three minutes of additional time.
New foul on Tonali
One more, one more… Very choppy first half despite the many chances.
Inter’s first change
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, injured, is replaced by Marcelo Brozovic.
Mkhitaryan remains on the ground.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan should not be able to continue this game.
You had to have the right reflex to get out of this deviation from Calhanoglu on a center perfectly shot by Dumfries. Dantesque parade!
WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY!
Who else but him? With fire support, Leão takes charge of Bastoni on the left flank before entering the box and shooting. His strike is too crossed and does not find the frame.
Giroud misses his pass
Back down to the heart of the game to help his partners, Giroud recovers a nice pass from Tomori and tries to serve Leão. Missed transition and goal kick for Inter.
The game is still stopped
Dumfries is still on the ground.
Foul by Hernandez
Dumfries places his head where Hernandez puts his foot. Logical error. The Inter side remains on the ground.
Maignan moves the danfer away from the gloves.
Corner for… Inter!
After a free kick very badly hit by Tonali, the Interists find themselves in the opposing area in three passes. Barella sees Tonali send the ball for a corner.
Free kick for Milan
And it’s Tonali who will take care of it. From 40-45 meters from Onana’s goals.
Unbalanced for a long quarter of an hour, the meeting is balanced as the minutes pass.
Mkhitaryan tent on occasion
In vain… Henrikh Mkhitaryan receives the ball near the surface and tries his luck as it comes. Out of scope.
Foul on Lautaro
Tonali stops this counter-attack by jostling Lautaro, who had just made a festival in the midfield. No cardboard.
The Inter midfielder is in the right place at the right time to ward off danger on Calabria’s interesting cross from right to left.
New corner for Milan
The third for Milan which is growing at the start of the meeting. Inter is clearly moving on the counterattack.
Offside … after a dantesque parade of Maignan
This opportunity had led to a nice strike from Barella and a gigantic save from Maignan. But, Dzeko, at the start of the action, is signaled in an offside position.
WHAT A PARADE!
Here is a huge opportunity for Milan and Brahim Diaz. The number 10 tries his luck at the penalty spot and the Cameroonian goalkeeper anticipates this strike well. The biggest chance of the game!
Corner for Milan!
The visitors have already done more than in the first leg! After a nice shot from Hernandez, here is a great opportunity on a cross from Tonali. Giroud is too short and here is a corner to follow.
Perfect start to the Frenchman. He comes this time to prevent Dzeko from recovering the ball on this counter-attack.
OPPORTUNITY FOR MILAN!
ONANA HAS NOT MOVED!
It was hot, very very hot. Théo Hernandez’s shot didn’t find the target but Inter fans held their breath.
Foul on Tonali
Definitely, there are many faults in these first minutes of play. This time it is Barella who pushes Tonali into the surface of Maignan.
Hernandez plays well
Dumfries puts pressure on the Frenchman who uses his experience to fall to the ground and recover the ball.
Offensive foul by Dzeko
The Inter striker pushes Krunic on this aerial duel. Whistle.
Let’s go to Milan! (0-0)
It was the locals, in blue, who kicked off this second leg of the Champions League semi-final. Magnificent atmosphere!
Kick-off is imminent!
The players enter the lawn of Giuseppe-Meazza, accompanied by the referee of the meeting, the Frenchman Clément Turpin.
Entrance of the players on the lawn
As we speak, not sure there is a warmer place on this planet!
WHAT A DANTESQUE ATMOSPHERE!
And here is the composition of AC Milan, with Rafael Leao
AC Milan XI: Maignan – Calabria (cap.), Thiaw, Tomori, T.Hernandez – Tonali, Krunic – Junior Messias, Diaz, Leao – Giroud
The composition of Inter has fallen!
Inter’s eleven: Onana – Darmian, Acerbi, Bastoni – Dumfries, Barella, Calhanoglu, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco – Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez (cap.)
Hello and welcome to all for this Champions League live
It’s madness in Milan which offers itself a new derby, six days after the first leg semi-final which saw Inter take Milan by the throat in a suffocating start to the match for the Milanese defense.
The Interists, who receive in the return match (in the same stadium as in the first leg but with the tifosi of Inter) will therefore first seek to defend their two-goal lead, before undoubtedly trying to put the nail in.
The match will be refereed by Frenchman Clément Turpin, who had nevertheless been under fire from criticism after the return match between Bayern and City. Simone Inzaghi amicably put pressure on him Monday at a press conference.
The compositions will be known around 8 p.m. Kick off at 9 p.m. on RMC Sport. To follow live commented on the site and the RMC Sport app. And while waiting for the kick-off, the video summary of the first leg semi-final can be found here: