Team news: Milan were without the suspended Malick Thiaw, as well as without Pierre Kalulu and Tommaso Pobega, while Inter had a full squad at their disposal. Kickoff time was 20:45 CET.

Goals: Acerbi (18′), Thuram (49′), Tomori (80′)
Red cards: Theo Hernández (93′), Dumfries (93′), Calabria (97′)

AC Milan (4-2-3-1) – Stefano Pioli
Mike Maignan; Davide Calabria, Matteo Gabbia, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernández; Yacine Adli (68′ Ismaël Bennacer), Tijjani Reijnders (52′ Olivier Giroud); Yunus Musah (77′ Noah Okafor), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (68′ Samuel Chukwueze), Christian Pulisic; Rafael Leão.
Unused: Nava, Sportiello; Caldara, Florenzi, Terracciano; Giroud, Jović.

F.C. Internazionale Milano (3-5-2) – Simone Inzaghi
Yann Sommer; Benjamin Pavard, Francesco Acerbi, Alessandro Bastoni (88′ Stefan de Vrij); Matteo Darmian (83′ Denzel Dumfries), Nicolò Barella (77′ Davide Frattesi), Hakan Çalhanoğlu (83′ Kristjan Asllani), Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Federico Dimarco (77′ Carlos Augusto); Marcus Thuram, Lautaro Martínez.
Unused: Audero, Di Gennaro; Bisseck, Buchanan, Cuadrado; Klaassen, Sensi; Arnautović, Sánchez.

Referee: Andrea Colombo.

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There’s no way we can win this inter game, look at the quality in their bench, and the lineup, pulisic can not dribble past Darmain , the best would have been to play 4-3-3 with leao and Chukwueze, then jovic/okafor upfront the middle with musah, loftecheeks and reinders in midfield


How does he want the team to play with dis lineup? Pioli is stubborn, and his tactical approach in the big games are disappointing, leading to more disappointing results. His time is up.