Thursday, December 30, 2010

Grandi partite della Serie A : Roma Inter Milan 1998 1999

03 Mai 1999
Stadio Olimpico, Roma

66 000 Spectateurs
Referee : Colina

Roma: Konsel, Quadrini, Zago, Aldair, Candela, Alenitchev (32'pt Tommasi), Di Biagio (39'st Tomic), Di Francesco, Paulo Sergio (34'st Gautieri), Delvecchio, Totti.
Inter: Pagliuca (17'st Frey), Bergomi, Silvestre,  Simic, Colonnese, J. Zanetti (34'st Djorkaeff), Cauet, Simeone, R. Baggio, Ronaldo, Zamorano.
Goals: 16'pt Ronaldo, 21'pt Zamorano, 25'pt Totti (R), 34' pt Zamorano, 2'st Paulo Sergio, 3'st Delvecchio, 10'st Ronaldo, 33'st Di Francesco, 42' st Simeone.
Ammoniti: Zago, Zanetti, Zamorano, Angoli: 10-4 per la Roma
Season had 3 leaders of the table (for the first part of the season it was Fiorentina, who were winter champions but were then hurt by the injury of Batistuta, then Lazio, who looked on their way to the Scudetto but fell off form towards the end, and then Milan who surprised everyone and stole the Scudetto on the last day). Juventus had a bad year, with Del Piero suffering a big injury and Lippi being replaced mid-season by Carlo Ancelotti. Inter were expecting big things with their strike pair of Roberto Baggio and Ronaldo, but various injuries led to the latter two not playing much together all season, and Inter went through 3 coaches before finishing the season with Roy Hodgson. For Roma, this was their last season of the Zdenek Zeman era, as Fabio Capello would take over in the summer. Roma practiced the Zeman philosophy, 4-3-3 formation, free-flowing constant attacking football, leaving many defensive holes. It’s no surprise that this game ended 5-4 in Inter’s favor. Game story after the jump.

This game was played in early May of 1999 with the season coming to an end. Roma were fighting for a place in the Champions League, while Inter were having a disastrous season and hoped to salvage some of it by at least getting a UEFA Cup qualification spot. This was one of the few games of the season where Inter had Roberto Baggio and Ronaldo both fit, as well as Chilean striker Ivan Zamorano, always deadly on headers. To counter Zeman’s 4-3-3, Hodgson put out his own 4-3-3, with the trio of Baggio, Ronaldo, and Zamorano up front. Inter kept taking the lead but Roma kept fighting back with it’s own trio, Marco Delvecchio, Francesco Totti, and Brazilian Paulo Sergio (who left for Bayern Munich that summer and won the Champions League). Like I said, Inter kept taking the lead, and Roma always found a way back until the end when Diego Simeone scored the winning goal. It was highly entertaining. And of course something to not: what a joy it was to watch Roberto Baggio play, no matter what shirt he was wearing. He was involved in 4 of Inter’s 5 goals in this match. 

Codec H264, Mkv
Son Aac 128kps
Commentaires Francais
1  lien par mi-temps

1e Mi-Temps

2e Mi-temps

(17') 0-1    Goal    Ronaldo     
(22') 0-2    Goal    Ivan Zamorano     
(26') Francesco Totti    Goal    1-2            
(35') 1-3    Goal    Ivan Zamorano     
(47') Silvestre Paulo Sergio    Goal    2-3            
(49') Marco Delvecchio    Goal    3-3            
(56') 3-4    Goal    Ronaldo     
(78') Eusebio Di Francesco    Goal    4-4            
(87') 4-5    Goal    Diego Pablo Simeone 



  1. You have Napoli 2 - Milan 3 from 1987-88 ???... Greating !!!

  2. Merci pour toutes ces pépites :)

  3. I found this game on youtube