To commemorate Inter's Derby della Madonnina win, we here at SB Nation Inter would like to repost the entire collection of our five "Top Derby Moments."
"Kicking things off at Number 5 is one of the most memorable matches to have ever been played not only between Inter and Milan, but in the history of European football. We’re talking about the infamous Champions League quarterfinal match from April 12, 2005."
Marco Materazzi & Rui Costa watch as fans set flares on the pitch in the Champions League quarter final, 2005 pic.twitter.com/4jwmXnkGIE— Football Images (@IconicFooty) August 1, 2013
"Moment #4 took place on Oct. 28, 2006 when Marco Materazzi was the first player to a Luis Figo free kick and he directed his downward header to give Inter a 4-1 lead in the 68th minute. The Matrix was super stoked to say the least and he couldn't refrain from pulling his shirt over his head to display a message underneath. "
Inter - Milan 4-3 (Favoloso Scarpini) 28-10-2006 (via DjNiNoMsn)
"Moment #3 took place on Dec. 11, 2005 in the final minute of an intense derby. Jaap Stam had just levelled matters in the 85th minute when he rose the highest to beat Julio Cesar and now Esteban Cambiasso stood over the ball in what would be the last meaningful action of the game.
The Nerazzurri would go on to win another four straight Scudetti and you could make a pretty valid argument that Adriano's goal was the catalyst for a golden era at the club."
2005-2006 - Inter vs Milan 3-2 Adriano (via michool82)
@Max_Power78 brings us Top Derby #2 - Pandev Free Kick Seals Deal for Nine-Man Inter
"Moment #2 took place on Jan. 24, 2010 with Inter hanging on to a precarious 1-0 lead and playing with 10 men after Wesley Sneijder was shown a straight red for dissent in the 25th minute.
But Pandev had other ideas. He stood pensively over the ball and curled a beautiful effort over the wall and past Dida, sparking jubilant scenes at San Siro."
SKY 24-01-2010 Inter vs Milan 2-0 (via Blueyes1870)
"The night of August 29, 2009 was nothing short of magical. Wesley Sneijder had just signed from Real Madrid and basically just stepped off the plane before suiting up for La Beneamata. He had no time to train with the team yet Jose Mourinho threw him into the thick of things by handing him the mythical number 10 shirt. In the 90 minutes that followed, Sneijder solidified his spot in the Inter starting XI as our trequartista."