ITALIAN CUP INTER JUVENTUS – Everything happens in the final of the Italian Cup between Inter and Juventus. The Nerazzurri beat the Bianconeri 4-2 and won the second trophy of the season. A trophy also useful for dusting off some statistical data: Inter wins an Italian Cup eleven years after the last time. While Juventus after ten years closes the season with zero titles on the bulletin board.
Coppa Italia – Inter beat Juventus to reach two trophies this season
Barella unlocks the game with a surgical shot where Perin can only look at the ball in goal: an impregnable conclusion. Juventus reacts and the most dangerous opportunity of the first half happens on Vlahovic’s feet, Handanovic is overtaken and deflected in a corner kick. Danilo’s injury forces Allegri to a forced change, in place of him Morata. In the second half this is the move that (momentarily) changes the game. Juventus benefits from the change and manages to transport the inertia of the match in his favor. The equal goal comes right from the deviation of the Spanish striker on the conclusion of Alex Sandro. A subtle deviation, just enough to mock Handanovic. From a forced change, an important reading comes another move by Allegri that compromises the race. The insertion of a defender, Bonucci, and lowering the center of gravity of the team makes Juventus lose control of the match again. Inter 10 ‘from the end, finds a draw on a penalty kick: from the spot Calhanoglu becomes the protagonist of a perfect trajectory with the help of the pole. In extra time another penalty, this time the overtaking is signed by Perisic. The Croatian, in a moment of remarkable form, definitively closes the accounts at 4-2. Inter after eleven years can celebrate the Italian Cup.
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