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2006 Coppa Italia Final

2006 Coppa Italia Final
Event Coppa Italia 2005-06
1st leg - Rome
Date May 3, 2006 (2006-05-03)
Venue Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance 64,000
Weather Scattered clouds
16 °C (61 °F)[1]
2nd leg - Milan
Date May 11, 2006 (2006-05-11)
Venue San Siro, Milan
Attendance 59,000
Weather Clear
19 °C (66 °F)[2]
2005
2007

The 2006 Coppa Italia Final was a double match played between AS Roma and Internazionale. The first leg was played in Rome on 3 May 2006, while the second leg on 11 May.

Inter won the trophy with an aggregate result of 4–2.

With this victory, Internazionale manager Roberto Mancini won the Coppa Italia for the tenth time, six as a player, four as a coach.

Previous finals

This was the second final between these two clubs, the match being the replay of previous season's final act.

For the first final between Roma and Inter, see 2005 Coppa Italia Final.

Generally speaking, Roma played here its thirteenth final, while Inter its ninth one.

1st leg – Rome

May 3, 2006
15:00
Italy Roma 1–1 Italy Inter
Mancini Goal 55' Cruz Goal 8'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 64,000
GK 32 Brazil Doni
RB 2 Italy Christian Panucci
CB 5 France Philippe Mexès Booked 71'
CB 13 Romania Cristian Chivu Substituted off 46'
LB 25 Argentina Leandro Cufrè
CM 17 Italy Damiano Tommasi Substituted off 80'
CM 16 Italy Daniele De Rossi
RW 20 Italy Simone Perrotta
AM 14 France Houssine Kharja
LW 30 Brazil Mancini Substituted off 85'
FW 11 Brazil Rodrigo Taddei Booked 43'
Substitutes:
CB 3 Italy Cesare Bovo Substituted in 46'
FW 35 Italy Stefano Okaka Chuka Substituted in 80'
RW 7 Honduras Edgar Álvarez Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Italy Luciano Spalletti
GK 12 Brazil Júlio César
RB 4 Argentina Javier Zanetti
CB 2 Colombia Iván Córdoba
CB 25 Argentina Walter Samuel Booked 66' Substituted off 70'
LB 16 Italy Giuseppe Favalli
CM 7 Portugal Luís Figo
CM 8 Chile David Pizarro Booked 90+'
CM 19 Argentina Esteban Cambiasso
AM 5 Serbia Dejan Stanković Substituted off 73'
FW 10 Brazil Adriano Substituted off 80'
FW 9 Argentina Julio Cruz Booked 12'
Substitutes:
CB 3 Argentina Nicolás Burdisso Substituted in 70'
LW 31 Brazil César Substituted in 73'
FW 30 Nigeria Obafemi Martins Booked 90+' Substituted in 80'
Manager:
Italy Roberto Mancini

2nd leg – Milan

May 11, 2006
20:30
Italy Inter 3–1 Italy Roma
Cambiasso Goal 6'
Cruz Goal 46'
Martins Goal 76'
Nonda Goal 80'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 59,000
GK 12 Brazil Júlio César
RB 4 Argentina Javier Zanetti
CB 23 Italy Marco Materazzi Booked 80'
CB 25 Argentina Walter Samuel
LB 16 Italy Giuseppe Favalli
CM 7 Portugal Figo Substituted off 81'
CM 8 Chile David Pizarro Booked 43'
CM 19 Argentina Esteban Cambiasso
CM 5 Serbia Dejan Stanković Substituted off 58'
FW 10 Brazil Adriano Leite Ribeiro Substituted off 67'
FW 9 Argentina Julio Cruz
Substitutes:
M 21 Argentina Santiago Solari Substituted in 58'
FW 30 Nigeria Obafemi Martins Substituted in 67'
LW 18 Argentina Kily Gonzalez Substituted in 81'
Manager:
Italy Roberto Mancini
GK 32 Brazil Doni
RB 2 Italy Christian Panucci
CB 13 Romania Cristian Chivu Substituted off 13'
CB 3 Italy Cesare Bovo Booked 84'
LB 25 Argentina Leandro Cufrè
CM 14 France Houssine Kharja Booked 36' Substituted off 76'
CM 15 France Olivier Dacourt
RW 28 Italy Aleandro Rosi Booked 83'
AM 17 Italy Damiano Tommasi
LW 30 Brazil Mancini
FW 35 Italy Stefano Okaka Chuka Substituted off 54'
Substitutes:
CB 4 Ghana Samuel Kuffour Substituted in 13'
FW 10 Italy Francesco Totti Substituted in 54'
FW 40 Burundi Shabani Nonda Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Italy Luciano Spalletti

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