Argentinian international striker Lautaro Martinez scored the only goal of the game a quarter of an hour from the end (74th).
Inter await the winner between Manchester City and Real Madrid in the final, which will take place on June 10 at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul.
This is the sixth final for Inter in the history of their participation in the Champions League and the first in 13 years, precisely since Portuguese coach José Mourinho led them to the continental title for the third times in its history at the expense of Bayern Munich in 2010.
Inter prevented their neighbor from reaching the twelfth final in their history and the first since 2007 when they won their seventh title at the expense of Liverpool, finding that they are the second most crowned in the prestigious tournament behind Real Madrid (14).
In contrast, Inter were crowned three times in 1964, 1965 and 2010 and finished runners-up in 1967 and 1972.
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