Derby D’Italia: Juventus Complete Double Over Inter
Written By Jacobs Dunga
Max Allegri’s men proved their dominance over their fierce rivals once again.
Juventus have once again completed the double over bitter rivals Inter Milan in the derby of Italy.
Following a 2-0 first leg victory in Turin, the Bianconeri came to the San Siro on Sunday leaving with the maximum points in the bag thanks to a Filip Kostic banger.
There were shouts of a handball leading up to the goal by the Serbian but after a few minutes of VAR check, the goal was allowed to stand by referee Daniele Chifi.
Both Danilo D’Ambrosio and Leandro Paredes were shown red cards after the final whistle following a heated exchange.
The result leaves Inter in third place with 50 points after 27 rounds of matches having suffered a disappointing nine losses already this season.
Juventus continue their renaissance after a fifteen point deduction and are now seventh with 41 points, seven points off the last Champions League spot.
For the first time since 1976/1977, Juventus have done the double over Inter while maintaining a clean sheet over both legs.
Juventus with Kostic’s goal reached a hundred Serie A away goals against Inter with AC Milan the only side with more on 117.
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Last season, the Bianconeri failed to get the better of their fierce rivals in all four meetings across the league, Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana.
Juventus have now won eleven of their last thirteen matches in all competitions with one draw and one loss in the other two games as revealed by Opta stats.
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