Inter are out of the competition. A fabulous effort from the young Barcelona side and their youngest, most glittering star of them all, Ansu Fati ensured the Italian giant's path into the Europa League.
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Internazionale - FC Barcelona
Champions League - 10 December 2019
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Suarez's free kick is easily saved.
Fati draws a foul from Godin on the edge of the Inter penalty area and the clock will run down now.
Martinez shoots well from 20 yards but Neto saves easily.
Lenglet has made a few great challenges and he did again to stop Politano being able to get a shot in.
GOAL! Ansu Fati. Lovely strike from the wonderkid, perfect layoff from Suarez and with little obvious opportunity he becomes the youngest scorer in the Champions League and sends Inter out of the competition.
They are so open to Barcelona attacks now and the Catalan side are also dominating possession. Junior Firpo just failed to play in Suarez there.
Poor touch from Suarez when he had a chance to get on target. Carles Perez going off now for exciting young striker Ansu Fati.
Barcelona had a brilliant chance on the break, faced with a 4 vs 3 de Jong played in Carles Perez who blasted over when he might have squared the ball.
The ball is in the Barcelona net once more from Martinez but it is disallowed due to Lukaku being offside.
Weigl sent off for Dortmund. Will good news for Inter come from here or there?
Conte makes his last change with young striker Esposito now on for midfielder Valero.
Slavia have just missed a gilt-edged chance heading wide from a yard out. So close to the complexion of this game changing completely.
D'Ambrosio now off being replaced by Politano. Refreshing both flanks.
Martinez puts the ball in the net chesting and volleying home superbly but he was a yard offside.
The ball breaks to Lukaku in the right hand side of the area and his effort is held well by Neto.
So close from Martinez. He really is an incredible player. Lukaku flick the ball over his head for him to run onto, but he had to run towards the touchline to retrieve it, then flicked it over the defenders head and shot just wide of the target.
Lazaro comes on for Biraghi. Adding some pace to the Inter flank.
Nice play from De Jong and Suarez touches on to Vidal who side-foots just wide of the target.
Martinez plays a lovely ball through to Lukaku down the inside right channel, Neto came out quickly and the big Belgian pushed the ball past him but out of play.
Suarez is on for Griezmann and de Jong on for Rakitic.
Dortmund have scored. Now Inter need that goal. Was always gonna happen...
Lukaku eases Todibo out of his path in the area but blasts his effort straight at Neto.
Griezmann shoots on target after being found by Carles Perez but the Inter keeper parries away.
Firpo has a good chance to create a chance on the counter but fails to pick out Griezmann on the edge of the box.
Griezmann looking to get more involved now getting the ball in front of the Inter defence.
Junior Firpo is the first to go into the book for a foul on D'Ambrosio. The free kick into the box was cleared easily.
We're back underway. You'd think Inter will want to go right back at Barca straight away.
And that's half time. How a goal (in both games) can change a feeling in a stadium.
And Slavia Prague have scored too. So as things stand Inter will be in the last 16.
GOAL! 1-1. Drilled home by Lukaku from 25 yards, a slight deflection off Umtiti which may have diverted the ball away from Neto. Superb play from Martinez in the build up turning Umtiti and holding him off the ball before laying it to his strike partner.
What looked on paper as possibly being a drab procession has been quite a pulsating affair.
Lovely cross from Lukaku and d'Ambrosio just can't steer his header on target.
Good stop by Neto. Martinez takes a speculative ball down brilliantly jumping and stretching out his left foot and then drills a shot in that the reserve keeper pushes away at his near post.
Great chance for Lenglet. Rakitic's free kick fell to him eight yards out but he skewed it a yard wide of the target. That would have given Inter a mountain to climb.
Rakitic has a shot from 25 yards after a poor clearance from Valero but he sends it well over the bar.
Vecino opts to shoot from 25 yards out and the frustration is visible from Lukaku and Martinez who were in positions to be fed.
Todibo really impressing for Barcelona. It is a great showcase for players to prove they have what it takes to be first-teamers at the Nou Camp.
There had to be a VAR check to see if Vidal got the touch but replays showed it came off Godin.
GOAL! Carles Perez scores after Griezmann drills the ball into the box aimed at Vidal and he and Godin battled for the ball which ricocheted into the path of the young striker who made no mistake.
Lovely delivery into the area from Biraghi, Neto pushes the ball away from the goal and the clinging onto it.
The one strange thing is Griezmann not really involved. You'd think he'd be looking to dominate in the absence of Messi and Suarez.
Good save from Neto on his debut. Umtiti looks well out of his depth, muscled out by Martinez, he moved the ball inside to Lukaku who fed Biraghi and his fierce strike, albeit at a nice height, was parried away.
Lukaku plays the ball across the penalty area to Martinez but a superb challenge from Wague snuffs out the danger.
Without the stars but just like in that famous semi-final between these sides, Inter are happy for Barca to have the ball then ready to pounce on the counter-attack.
Jadon Sancho has scored for Dortmund so as things stand Inter are out.
Great chance for Lukaku, he turned inside Umtiti but Lenglet's despairing challenge spooned the ball away from the target
Carles Perez takes his shot early and forces a smart save from Handanovic.
Lukaku has the ball into the back of the net with aplomb but he was clearly offside.
First chance comes from Inter who break at speed and Valero plays in D'Ambrosio on the edge of the box but he fires over the bar.
You wouldn't know it was a reserve side the way Barca are knocking the ball about. Inter can't get it off them.
We are underway and immediately Inter head deep into Barca's half where Martinez is dispossessed.
The players are on the field, the anthem is playing, we're about to get underway.
Just a reminder how the standings look. With Inter having a better aggregate score than Dortmund in their matches together (2-0 at San Siro, 3-2 in Signal Iduna Park), so will go through as long as they win, or draw in the unlikely scenario the German side do not beat Slavia.
The first time Messi's been rested in a Champions League game for EIGHT years.
Suarez and Busquets on the bench. It will be interesting to see under what circumstances they will be brought on.
More reasons for Inter to be optimistic. Not having to play Messi a bigger deal you'd probably say.
You'd have to say that Barca line up is pretty disappointing, not least for Dortmund who need to better Inter's result when they play Slavia Prague.
Inter: Handanovic, D’Ambrosio, Godin, de Vrij, Skriniar, Biraghi, Vecino, Valero, Brozovic, Martinez, Lukaku
Barcelona: Neto, Todibo, Lenglet, Umtiti, Wague, Rakitic, Vidal, Alena, Firpo, Carles Perez, Griezmann
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