Tuesday night's Coppa Italia action served up a goal glut in Milan. Of the five goals on offer over 120 minutes as Inter Milan and Bologna fought for Coppa Italia survival, Fredy Guarin's was the best.
See for yourself. Guarin's goal appears in the clip above. It serves as our Set Piece Video of the Day for this Wednesday. Enjoy.
As we hinted above, Guarin's goal was just one part of what was a decidedly tasty match. Inter ended up winning 3-2, and all in all, the match offered an exciting 120 minutes of football.
The fellas over at 101 Great Goals have all the highlights here. Do yourself a favor and check it out.
If you don't have a few minutes to watch it, here's what happened.
Inter led 2-0 entering the 80th minute of regular time. Bologna then scored twice in the final 10 minutes to send it to extra time.
In the very last minute of extra time, Andrea Ranocchia fired home the winner. With that, Inter advanced to the semifinals to face either Roma or Fiorentina. Juventus and Lazio are the other two clubs still alive.
Afterwards, Inter manager Andrea Stramaccioni praised his team's spirit (via Inter.it):
(T)he team dug deep again and showed their mettle. We won it thanks to the strength of these lads. Inter kept plugging away out there and deserved to go through. We want to do well in this competition and we proved it tonight.
So, then, who's going to lift the cup in May? Let us know what you think in the comments.
(Video: 101 Great Goals)