Statistics Inter | The record in Turin and the records of Calha penalties

TURIN – Hakan’s penalty Calhanoglu he handed his team an away win in what was a fantastic hard-fought victory last Sunday. This victory for 0-1 It gives him all the momentum the team needs to face the final league games of the season. In addition, now the team is placed with 63 points on the table, with only 8 games to play.

It is the 11th time that Inter have won at home to Juventus, and not since the 1929/30 season (to which could be added another 0-2 victory in 1983). The last time Inter won on Turin soil was in November 2012, when Diego Milito scored twice and Rodrigo Palacio added another to make it 1-3.

It is the first time since 2008/09 that Inter have not tasted the taste of defeat, both in the first leg and in the second leg, against the Bianconeri, because in the first leg they drew 1-1, and in the lap, they won at the Allianz. In addition, Inter also won the Italian Super Cup final in January.


Hakan Calhanoglu played like a true champion in Sunday’s match, and not only that. This is the third league penalty of the season (apart from those that occurred at Milan and Napoli) that have given Inter a decisive goal. The Turkish midfielder had a second chance to take the penalty (all that happened, here), complying with the referee’s orders. After turning that shot into a goal in the 4 minutes of added time in the first half, the Turk has now scored 7 goals this season. Inter have not scored a goal in the closing minutes of the first half for a long time since Opta began collecting such statistics in 2004/05.

The Turkish midfielder has converted all 5 of his Serie A penalties into goals (against Roma, Lazio, Milan, Napoli and Juventus). Shirt number 20 is the third Turkish player to score in Serie A against Juventus, behind Sukru Gulesin in the 1950s and Can Bartu in 1963.


Ivan Perisic delivered a monumental match (as usual) last Sunday, whose incredible defensive coverage was able to stop Juventus from scoring chances. This stupendous game he played in Turin is the 200th match in Serie A and in the colors of Inter, making him only the third Croatian to reach such figures, after Marcelo Brozovic and Milan Badelj.


Samir Handanovic was also the protagonist against Juventus – and for more than just keeping a clean sheet with his saves – and it is because with this match, the Slovenian goalkeeper has completed his 359th match for Inter in Serie A Thus, Handanovic has overtaken Tarcisio Burgnich in the list of Nerazzurri players with the most games played in the league.

Below is the list of the players who have played the most games for Inter in Serie A: Javier Zanetti 615, Giuseppe Bergomi 519, Giacinto Facchetti 475, Sandro Mazzola 417, Mario Corso 413, Giuseppe Baresi 392, Samir Handanovic 359, Tarcisio Burgnich 358 , Walter Zenga 328, Ivan Cordoba 323.

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