Juventus’ match with Inter has traditionally been heralded as a league success, although the Serie A schedule fully shows that both teams have their problems. Although the hosts looked terrible at the start of the season, before the start of the encounter with Nerrazzurri they scored a string of three straight wins.
However, it is worth noting that Inter themselves were also on a winning streak and entered the match placing the team higher in the table. Polish audiences can count on the performance of Polish actors. From the first minutes, Arkadiusz Milik and Wojciech Szczęsny appeared on the field, but at the start of the match, the latter had more chances to prove himself.
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The Juventus goalkeeper intervened mainly with long shots from Inter. The most interesting actions of the hosts can be counted on the fingers of one hand. It was Simone Inzaghi’s side who gave the only two shots on target in the first half, but neither of them threatened Szczesny’s goal more seriously.
Edin Dzeko had the opportunity to open the scoring, who came in a good position to score after Federico DiMarco’s cross. Lautaro Martinez also played the ball, but the Bosnian hit the post in an appropriate position. The experienced striker had the right to be angry with his chest, as neither team took possession of the field and the blow could have allowed the visitors of Milan to take control.
But the best position was for Denzel Dumfries. After a powerful pass from the depths of the field to the right side of the penalty area, Dimarco hit a wonderful ball at my feet for the Dutchman. Wojciech Szczęsny was surprised and if a goal was scored in this case it would be difficult to blame him, because the goalkeeper was expecting the Italian to hit the first ball. However, he played to the very goal, as Dumfries missed from the shortest distance.
The shooting deadlock came only after the break. Juventus started the blitzkrieg counterattack on the sideline, with Philip Kostic playing a key role. The Serbian reached the perimeter of the penalty area and passed to Adrien Rabiot, who beat Andre Onana with a not very strong but very accurate shot. Although the hosts hadn’t had many goals before, they were very efficient and it was Inter who had to chase after the score.
And although the guests must take a decisive attack in this case, Juventus dealt another blow. After Kostic’s excellent cross from a corner kick, Danilo raised the score, but it seems that Onana’s intervention was influenced by the rebound from Stefan de Vriy. The referee quickly indicated that he intended to use VAR, but after a long wait, the strike was called off. It should be noted that the slow motion replay did not dispel any doubts. Only after twelve minutes or so did another video material prove that the Juventus player actually helped himself with his hand.
In the 73rd minute, Arkadiusz Milik left the field, not content with his performance. The pole was cut short of passes and did not have many shooting opportunities, and the team’s game was mainly based on individual wings. A moment later, Inter had a great chance of a draw, but Chizusny stepped in brilliantly. And the Polish goalkeeper saved Juventus after a shot from Lautaro Martinez.
Five minutes before the end of the match, Juventus consolidated its lead and it was thanks to Philip Kostic. The former Eintracht Frankfurt player provided a superb pass from Nicolo Fagioli, who beat Onana without any problems and almost ensured his team’s victory.
The guests could not make up for the losses and losses in Turin. After the match, first of all, Kostic, who has two passes, should be praised, but also Wojciech Szczczny. The goalkeeper did not fail at the decisive moment and did not make mistakes, thanks to which Juventus could enjoy the winning blow.
Juventus – Inter 2: 0 (0: 0)
Objectives: Adrien Rabiot (52), Niccol Fagioli (85)
Juventus: Wojciech Szczęsny – Danilo, Bremer, Alex Sandro – Juan Cuadrado, Nicolo Fagioli, Manuel Locatelli, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostić – Fabio Miretti (81 Angel de Maria) – Arkadiusz Milik (73rd Federico Chiesa)
Inter: Andre Onana – Milan Skriniar (Raul Bellanova 83), Stephan de Vrij, Francesco Acerbi – Denzel Dumfries (82 Marcelo Brozovic), Nicolo Barilla, Hakan Calhanoglu (74 Joaquin Correa), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (82 Mateo Darmianco). Goossens) – Edin Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez.
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