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2023-03-14T20:12:37.181Z


The Nerazzurri want to keep the 0:1 to qualify for the quarter-finals for the first time since 2011, Dzeko was preferred over Lukaku. Tarmi at the host end


Round of 16 - the second leg

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Summary: Inter - Spezia 1:2 (Sport1)

The Champions League Round of 16 second leg matches continue tonight (Tuesday) as Inter try to complete the task, with a 0:1 advantage over Porto from a Romelu Lukaku goal from the first meeting between the clubs, and qualify for the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2010/11 season.



The Dragons are hosting the Nerazzurri and after successfully knocking out Juventus and Roma in the knockout stage in recent years, they aim to continue their positive balance against Italian teams tonight as well on the way to the last eight of Europe.

Sergio Concessão has to manage without Otavio who was sent off at the San Siro, and in his place Pepe Aquino, Avnielson and Hedi Tarmi will look to force at least extra time in the battle for the quarter-finals.



On the other hand, Simona Inzaghi decided to leave the scorer of the winning goal in the first game, Romelu Lukaku, on the bench, with Edin Dzeko again on the edge next to Lautro Martinez.

Federico DiMarco and Denzel Dumfries started on the wings.

Without Milan Schriniar remaining on the bench, the Italian coach went with Matteo Darmian, Francesco Accerbi and Alessandro Bastoni in the defensive trio.

Dreaming of a transformation.

Porto fans (Photo: Reuters)

the progress of the game

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The Polish referee Szymon Marciniak blew his whistle to start the game in Dragau

3

Already the first chance for Porto: Uribe made a nice cut and kicked towards the far posts, Onana tipped the ball into the corner

Almost scored a great goal.

Mateos Uribe in front of Nicolo Barella (Photo: Reuters)

the vehicles

Porto

: Diego Costa, Pepe Aquino, Fabio Cardoso, Ivan Marcano, Zaido Sanusi, Mateus Uribe, Marko Gruic, Stefan Ostacchio, Wanderson Galeno, Avnielson, Mehdi Tarmi.



Inter

: Andre Unana, Matteo Darmian, Alessandro Bastoni, Francesco Accerbi, Denzel Dumfries, Nicolo Barella, Hakan Chalchanoilo, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Federico DiMarco, Lautro Martinez, Edin Dzeko.

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Source: walla

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