Derby della Madonnina, or the Milan Derby is known as a football match between the Italian clubs A.C. Milan (AC Milan) and F.C. Internazionale Milano (Inter Milan). It is usually two home-away football match series in the Italian football league Serie A; however, the derby has also taken place in the Coppa Italia and the UEFA Champions League.
It is called "Derby della Madonnina" in honour of one of the main sights of the city of Milan, the statue of the virgin Mary on the top of the Duomo, which is usually called "Madonnina".
The most infamous Milan derby football match (Inter vs AC Milan) was the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinal on 12 April 2005. The game has to be abandoned after Milan goalkeeper was hurt by a missile flare.
One of the most interesting facts is the Milan Derby still had been so popular to Asia, especially Japan, one of the biggest crosstown soccer matches (AC vs Inter) in the world, that's only one of the crosstown derbys to be hosted at the same Stadium (San Siro) for every season. While that alone makes it one of the top international draws, each team has a prominent Japanese player, Honda on AC Milan and Nagatomo on Inter, causing the high demand in Japan.
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