Juventus-Inter 2-0, another lesson from Sarri to Conte: the bianconeri return to the top

Juventus-Inter 2-0, altra lezione di Sarri a Conte: bianconeri tornano in vetta

Juventus-Inter 2-0, another lesson from Sarri to Conte: bianconeri return to the top (Dybala and Buffon rejoice in this still image from social networks)

TURIN – Doors open or closed the result does not change. Juve beat Inter for the second time this season and returned to command the Italian Serie A football championship plus one over Simone Inzaghi's Lazio.

Juventus-Inter 2-0 is the triumph of Sarri, his choices are decisive.

After a first half of substantial balance, ended on the result of zero to zero, Juve came out in the second half where it went to win the championship challenge with the goals of Ramsey and Dybala.

Sarri has guessed all the choices, from the initial surprise formation, without Dybala, to the decisive changes in the second half, Joya's entry onto the pitch, with tired Inter players, was a brilliant move.

Twenty minutes of "Dygualdo" were enough to definitively close the games. The trident made up of Dybala, Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo remained on the pitch from the 60 'to the 80', twenty minutes that they lost to the bianconeri to move to two at zero, definitively closing the games.

Juve took the lead in the 55th minute with a goal scored by Ramsey on an assist by Cristiano Ronaldo. The Welsh midfielder resolved a scrum in the Nerazzurri penalty area by beating Handanovic with an unstoppable low shot.

Then Dybala entered the field and Juve ended the game. At 67 ', the Argentine picked up a long throw from the defense, dribbled Young with a fabulous stop, dueted with Ramsey and beat Handanovic with an impregnable bet.

In the final game, the second Inter goalkeeper, Padelli, was sent off the bench for vehement protests against the referee. Protests that were easily heard since there were not even fans in the stands.

The victory of Juve eliminates Inter from the race for the Scudetto (as long as the championship is not suspended next Tuesday following the well-known events of the coronavirus …). Now the men trained by Antonio Conte have slipped eight points from Lazio and nine points from Juventus (although they still have to recover the match against Sampdoria).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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