Inter Milan 1-0 AC Milan (3-0 agg): Lautaro Martinez's second-half strike secures Champions League final spot
Inter Milan beat AC Milan 1-0 at the San Siro to clinch their place in the Champions League final; Lautaro Martinez scored the winner following a two-goal victory in the first leg; Simone Inzaghi's side will face Real Madrid or Man City in next month's final.
Inter Milan eased into the Champions League final with a 3-0 aggregate victory over AC Milan as Lautaro Martinez's goal sealed a 1-0 second-leg win over their rivals at the San Siro.
Three-time winners Inter will now face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in Istanbul on June 10 in their first final appearance since 2010, when they beat Bayern Munich to lift the trophy.
Striker Martinez sealed their passage, beating AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan with an angled finish in the 74th minute at a raucous San Siro, with Inter the designated home side at the stadium they share with their rivals having triumphed 2-0 as the away team in last week's first leg.
AC Milan had some bright moments in the first half, with Brahim Diaz and the returning Rafael Leao spurning their best chances, but failed to even muster a shot on target in a one-sided second period as Simone Inzaghi's side sealed an emphatic victory.