Juventus received Inter at Allianz Stradium this Sunday evening as part of the 13th matchday of Serie A. Winning was important, but it is even more so for this Italian derby against Inter rival. Check out the full post match and match stats in this article.
For this Italian derby, Massimiliano Allegri opted for a 3511 with the tasks of Nicolò Fagioli and Fagioli Miretti.
The XI: Szczesny – Danilo, Bremer, Alex Sandro – Cuadrado, Fagioli, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostic – Miretti – Milik. The bench was made up of Pinsoglio, Perin, Gatti, Bonucci, Rugani, Chiesa, Di Maria and Soulé.
The first period:
The first period was not necessarily very interesting on the part of the bianconeri. It was Inter who immediately put their foot on the ball and started creating chances. From the very first minutes, Wojciech Szczesny had to show that he was there. It was Gleison Bremer who created the first opportunity, with a volley that ended up on the net. Filip Kostic does a good job on his side and serves a nice ball to the Brazilian who is unable to finish because he arrives at the end of the match. At 33 ‘Denzel Dumfries has the opportunity to open the scoring for Inter, but the Polish goalkeeper responds and saves. The fundamentalist Dutchman again creates a great chance soon after, the door was open but his comeback quite above.
The first period will therefore end with this score of 0-0, the bianconeri had to show much more afterwards to hope to win.
The second period:
From the start Juventus showed a better face and Adrien Rabiot tried his luck with a header just seconds from the second half. But Inter will respond promptly with Hakan Calhanoglu throwing a big shot, but the Juventus goalkeeper will push him back on the crossbar. And a few minutes later, finally, the bianconeri opened the scoring thanks to Adrien Rabiot. Filip Kostic runs all the way down the left wing and makes the difference against Nicolò Barella, then serves a great ball for the French midfielder who makes a great gesture to close the action. 1-0 for Juventus. A few seconds later, Danilo Luiz doubles the bet on a corner, the Brazilians make a very nice gesture and score the second goal. However, the VAR will cancel this goal due to a hand ball. A very questionable decision because the Brazilian’s hand was blocked by the Inter defender. Despite this goal disallowed, Juventus will remain focused. But it was Wojciech Szczesny who helped his team stay in the game, he made a superb save on a Lautaro Martinez shot, who went alone on goal. Moments later, Filip Kostic found the post, with a shot that was blocked by the Cameroonian goalkeeper. And at 84 ° Nicolò Fagioli doubled his bet and definitively offered my victory to Juventus! Gleison Bremer makes a perfect tackle, Filip Kostic once again does a magnificent job, serves Nicolo Fagioli who shoots and his deflected shot ends up on goal. A week after the decisive goal against Lecce, he scored in an Italian derby. A dream moment for our young crack born in the club!
The match ended 2-0 thanks to goals from Adrien Rabiot and Nicolò Fagioli, Juventus won the Italian derby. Fourth consecutive victory in the championship and the performances are starting to be positive. now you need to confirm, again and again.
Match statistics (Juventus / Inter):
- 47% ball possession to 53%
- 8 shots to 14
- 2 corners at 8
- Shooting accuracy of 38% to 29%
- 3 shots off target at 6
- 3 shots on target to 4
- 2 shots blocked at 4
- Passing accuracy of 83% to 86%
- 8 passes to 31
- 4 crosses succeeded to 6
- Contrast accuracy of 50% to 50%
- 36 duels succeeded to 43
- 8 duels of aerons succeeded to 15
- 3 successful dribbles to 5
- 8 wiretapping at 9
- 23 authorizations to 5
- 16 fouls to 13
FINISHED | Juventus 2-0 Inter
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