The first finalist of the Champions League is defined. Inter and Milan will meet again in Italy. Both clubs will clash for the semifinal, second leg of the Champions League on Tuesday, May 16 at the San Siro stadium. Recall that the first leg was 2-0 in favor of the ‘Nerazzurri’, however, the ‘rossonero’ is still alive and hopes to turn it around.
When Inter vs Milan play
The Champions League semi-final second leg between Inter and Milan will be played on Tuesday, May 16, 2023 at the San Siro stadium.
What time do Inter vs Milan play for the Champions League?
The match between Inter and Milan is scheduled to be played from 14:00 (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you do not miss this important match.
13:00 hours – Mexico
14:00 hours – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
15:00 hours – Venezuela, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile
16:00 hours – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil
21:00 hours – Spain, Germany, Italy, France
On which channels to watch Inter vs Milan
The match between Inter and Milan for the Champions League semifinals will be broadcast on ESPN and STAR+ signals for all of South America, while for Mexico and the USA, the signals enabled to broadcast the match are those of Univision, TUDN, HBO Max, Paramount + and VIX+.
Peru – Star+, ESPN
Argentina – ESPN Argentina, Star+, Fox Sports
Paraguay – Star+, ESPN
Ecuador – Star+, ESPN
Colombia – Star+, ESPN
Bolivia – Star+, ESPN
Chile – Star+, ESPN, FOX Sports
Brazil – HBO Max, TNT Brazil
Spain – Movistar+, Movistar Champions League
United States – Univision NOW, VIX+, Univision, TUDN App, SiriusXM FC, CBS, Paramount+, TUDN.com, TUDN USA
Panama – Star+, ESPN Norte, Flowsports.co, Flow Sports App
Dominican Republic – ESPN Norte, Star+
Mexico – HBO MAX
Canada – DAZN
Uruguay – Star+, ESPN
Venezuela – ESPN, Star+
Italy – Sky Sport Football, Canale 5, Sky Sport Uno, NOW TV, SKY Go Italia, Mediaset Infinity, Sky Sport 251, Sky Sport 4K
Germany – Amazon Prime Video
Possible line-ups of Inter – Milan
Inter: André Onana; Matteo Darmian, Francesco Acerbi, Alessandro Bastoni; Denzel Dumfries, Nicolo Barella, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Hakan Calhanoglu, Federico Dimarco; Lautaro Martinez, Edin Dzeko. DT: Simone Inzaghi.
Milan: Mike Maignan; Davide Calabria, Fikayo Tomoti, Simon Kjaer, Theo Hernandez; Sandro Tonali, Rade Kunic, Ismaël Bennacer; Alexis Saelemaekers, Brahim Diaz, Olivier Giroud. Coach: Stefano Pioli.
First leg, Milan – Inter
Inter defeated Milan 2-0 in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals but wasted a great opportunity to have already secured a place in the final on June 10 in Istanbul.
In a great start to the match, Inter went ahead with goals from Bosnian Edin Dzeko (8) and Armenian Henrik Mkhitaryan (11), but failed to capture with more goals the great difference in play that both teams showed on the field.
“From the first minute, we played with the desire to win. We scored two goals in the first half. In the second half we controlled the game more, but we won,” said Mkhitaryan, who warned that “this is not over, we have to prepare as best as possible for the second leg.”
The two-goal defeat is a dismal result for Milan, who dream of fighting for their eighth continental title, but Stefano Pioli’s side can be satisfied with arriving with some chance of looking for a comeback in a week’s time at the same venue, San Siro, albeit with Inter at home.
The Milanists hope that for that clash they can have the Portuguese Rafael Leao, who did not play on Wednesday due to injury.
The initial whistle gave way to a ‘Nerazzurri’ gale, in which the team trained by Simone Inzaghi could have left the pass to the final sentenced in just a quarter of an hour.
Far superior to its rival, Inter was also very effective against the opposing goal, since its first two chances ended in goal.
In the 8th minute, in a shot from the corner of the Turkish Hakan Calhanoglu to the heart of the area, Dzeko won in the body to his marker, the Milan captain Davide Calabria, and connected a left-footed volley before which the French international goalkeeper Mike Maignan could do nothing.
With no time to react, Milan conceded the second just three minutes later, with a shot from inside the area by Mkhitaryan, who stood up to Maignan with little opposition from the rival defense.
“We played an exceptional first half, but we could have scored more than two goals, although it was a great game,” said Inzaghi.
Everything was going wrong for the local team, which in the 15th was without the Algerian Ismael Bennacer, who injured left his place to the Brazilian Junior Messias.
Calhanoglu could have pointed his team with a shot to the post in the 16th minute, and on the half hour a fall inside the area by Lautaro Martínez was signaled as a penalty by referee Jesus Gil Manzano.
However, the Spanish judge reconsidered his decision after reviewing the images of the VAR, which gave some air to a Milan that in the first half barely approached the goal defended by the Cameroonian André Onana, except for a shot of cue of Calabria that crashed on the outside of the net (30).
After the break, Milan looked for the goal that would put him in the tie and was close to getting it in two shots from Brahim Díaz and Junior Messias that went out narrowly (49 and 51), but every time Inter approached Maignan’s goal it was a goal opportunity, like the one Dzeko had in a hand-to-hand that the French goalkeeper took with his foot (53).
The exit to the field of the Belgian Divock Origi improved the Milan attack and the team of Stefano Pioli had another great opportunity to reduce differences, but Sandro Tonali’s shot crashed on the post (63).
But the Rossoneri lacked one last breath of fresh air to keep the pressure on in the final half hour, with Inter defending well to maintain a lead that moves them closer to their first Champions League final since winning the tournament in 2010 with Jose Mourinho on the bench.
“Inter had more quality and efficiency in the first half and we made a lot of mistakes. The tie has been enormously complicated, it is an evidence (…), but we have to believe and we will try to do better in the second leg,” Pioli warned.