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Inter Milan vs AC Milan Champions League Semi Final (2nd-Leg of the Match On TV
Inter Milan vs AC Milan Champions League Semi Final (2nd-Leg of the Match On TV

How to watch Inter Milan v AC Milan in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals, what channel the match is on in the UK, and what time kick-off is.

Inter Milan are in control of the tie against their city rivals after winning the first leg 2-0 thanks to early goals from Edin Dzeko and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The second leg is the ‘home’ leg for Inter, who are looking to make the Champions League final for the first time since 2010, when they beat Bayern Munich to lift the trophy for a third time.

Inter Milan vs AC Milan Champions League Semi Final (2nd-Leg of the Match On TV 2nd leg

The winner of the tie will face either Manchester City or Real Madrid in the final.
Here is all you need to know ahead of the second leg at San Siro…

WHEN IS INTER MILAN V AC MILAN?
The second leg of the Champions League semi-final between Inter Milan and AC Milan kicks off at 20:00 UK time on Tuesday, May 16.

WHICH TV CHANNEL IS INTER MILAN V AC MILAN ON?
The game between Inter Milan and AC Milan will be shown on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate in the UK. You can see the latest BT Sport listings here.

Inter Milan vs AC Milan Champions League Semi Final 2nd-Leg

HOW TO WATCH A LIVE STREAM OF INTER MILAN V AC MILAN?
You can watch a live stream of the match in the UK via the BT Sport website or app.
HOW TO FOLLOW INTER MILAN V AC MILAN VIA LIVE UPDATES?

We will be hosting live text coverage of the match, and all the key Champions League clashes, via eurosport.co.uk and eurosport.com.

MILAN AIM TO TAKE ‘INITIATIVE’ AFTER FAN DISCUSSION
The season is not finishing well for AC Milan.
After losing to Inter in the first leg last week, they saw their top-four hopes in Serie A suffer a major blow with a 2-0 defeat to 18th-placed Spezia.

The loss sees Milan fall four points behind fourth-placed Lazio with just three games left to play.
Some Milan players were involved in a pitchside discussion with seemingly unhappy fans following the result.
“I am not sure who started that, to be honest,” defender Simon Kjaer told DAZN.
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“I saw it in a positive way, I have been surprised by how our fans have been close to us at all times, even when we played badly. I realise it might not be a good look, but they were right behind us.
“If I knew how to resolve this issue, we’d be in a different position this season. It is difficult to understand why we have struggled so much in this type of game and threw too many points away. It simply wasn’t enough and we need to improve this aspect of our performances.
“We are Milan, we ought to be more dominant in these matches and take the initiative.”
Milan will be hoping forward Rafael Leao will be fit to return.
Leao hasn’t featured since going off with injury in the 2-0 win over Lazio earlier this month.

Champions League semi-final, second leg: Inter Milan v AC Milan

Date: Tuesday, 16 May Time: 20:00 BST Venue: San Siro Stadium, Milan
Coverage: Live radio commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live, plus live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli believes his side can reach the Champions League final, despite trailing Inter Milan 2-0 after the semi-final first leg.

The two teams play the second leg on Tuesday at the San Siro, with Inter the designated home team.

Goals from Edin Dzeko and Henrikh Mkhitaryan gave Inter victory in Wednesday’s first leg.

“We know we are starting with a disadvantage, but we also have the quality to overturn it,” said Pioli.

“Now, more than ever, nobody thinks Milan can reach the final.

“We can play a great game and I know how strong my players are. We’ve made some mistakes, but the past is irrelevant.

“We have an important goal in mind – to win and qualify for the final, which nobody would have predicted, just as at the beginning of the year no-one would have predicted our presence in the semi-finals.”

Seven-time European champions AC Milan might have Portugal winger Rafael Leao fit after the 23-year-old missed the first leg because of a thigh injury.

“He [Leao] is better, as are [midfielder Rade] Krunic and [winger Junior] Messias,” added Pioli.

“If everything goes as it should, they will be available for the game.”

“We know it’s one of the most important games in Inter’s history,” said manager Simone Inzaghi.

“We have an advantage, deservedly so, but we won’t just have to manage it. We’ll have to play as Inter, knowing that we have a strong team in front of us.

“We’re 90 minutes away from a dream, which I and these wonderful guys had.

“It will take a cool head and a warm heart. It’s the only way for matches like this.”

Forward Joaquin Correa, taken off at half-time during Inter’s 4-2 win over Sassuolo on Saturday, might feature.

The second leg of the other semi-final takes place on Wednesday with Manchester City hosting Real Madrid after a 1-1 draw last week in Spain.