Juventus confirms its awakening and Inter tighten the screws on Napoli

Juventus confirms its awakening and Inter tighten the screws on Napoli
Juventus confirms its awakening and Inter tighten the screws on Napoli

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Allegri’s team will be waiting for a tough test after the international window dedicated to the teams, as it will meet on the 17th of this year at home with Roma.

Locatelli revealed that he has been in love with Juventus since his childhood, noting that “my father and uncle always come to encourage me. My whole family supports Juventus, and everyone is very happy now at home.”

Juventus added Saturday’s victory over its guest, who had not tasted victory over its neighbor for 15 consecutive matches (including one in the Cup), specifically since April 26, 2015 (2-1), to the one it achieved in the middle of the week over Chelsea, the defending champion, 1- Zero in the European Champions League, in which he achieved his second victory in two matches.

In the absence of his Argentine strikers Paulo Dybala and Spaniard Alvaro Morata for the second match in a row (gaba on Wednesday against Chelsea) due to injury, Allegri relied again on the champion of the Champions League match Federico Chiesa, who played alongside him Moise Kean in the front line after the latter was a substitute against the London club.

After three missed opportunities for Kane and American Weston McKinney at the beginning of the match, Juventus’ performance gradually declined, leaving the initiative to its neighbor, who played the match in the absence of top scorer Andrea Belotti, who was injured.

But Toro’s attempts were shy, with the exception of one of Rolando Mandragora’s long-range shot, which was blocked by Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Cecchini (38), which eventually ended the first half with a goalless draw.

At the beginning of the second half, Allegri resorted to the Colombian Juan Cuadrado instead of Kane, but nothing changed with the deficit of the two teams in front of the goal until the 86th minute when Locatelli decided the victory for Juventus with a tight shot from the outskirts of the area after a pass from Chiesa, so the ball rebounded from the left post into the net to score His second goal in the “Bianconeri” shirt, after he opened his tally with him in the last stage against Sampdoria (3-2).

The Swedish substitute Dejan Koloshevsky was very close to adding the second goal in added time, but his attempt rebounded from the left post after a pass from the Brazilian newcomer Caio Jorge, who entered at the end of the meeting.

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