September 30, 2022

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Juventus-Inter, Italian Cup Final in Rome

Dybala attacks his potential future, Lautaro tries again after 11 goals in the last 11 games

The bezel is gold-plated: the Olympics sold out and the group scored more than 5 million euros. Let’s hope the photo is up to her. The places are there, because the rivalry between Juventus and Inter is strong, and because at other times the Coppa Italia has seen a dip in magic, this time Sandy in the ‘Grace’ final makes Danny’s header. spin. Yesterday Max Allegri explained the concept well: “It’s the cake, not the decorating.” Simone Inzaghi doesn’t want her any less. Both technicians know that the cup will have a major impact on the season’s determination.

Simon’s Return

At yesterday’s conferences, they both got their hands on it. They were quick to define their booze as positive and constructive, regardless of the final. Inzaghi has good reasons to support him. With the happy addition of Calhanoglu, he has improved the quality of the game. He can give Inter the Italian Cup (the eighth) that they have been missing for 11 years, just like the Super Cup. Regardless of the championship that is still at stake, two cups in the announced curtailment season, after the departures of Conte, Lukaku and Hakimi, will not be a negative balance, also because Simon gave the team a strong identity on which to build the future. With proper reinforcements, starting with the medium. Of course, if the scudetto in his pocket was now in Pioli’s pocket, mistakes were made. But wondering if Conte would defend the advantage is as logical as asking whether he would get that advantage in a less dominant game.

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Max chance

Allegri’s defense is considered acrobatic, because he already knows that he cannot equalize the trophies of the young player Pirlo (Coppa Italia, Supercopa) nor even the total points: 78. Max, now 69, can no longer get there. Even more important is the number of goals he scored less than 15 compared to his predecessor, which clearly illustrates the troubles of the last Juventus match. The difficulties faced by Vlahovich and Kolosevsky, who flourished in London, are also explained in this way. A noticeable offensive deficit, minimally compensated by the defensive phase: Pirlo conceded only two more goals. That this Juventus, with a little certainty in the match, is ready to win next year, as Allegri claimed yesterday, all this must be proven. With the necessary transportation market and proceeds (from the church down), he is destined to return to the construction site, without the help of acquaintances who made Milan so human. The feeling was that Juventus had more logic and a future than Pirlo who, having paid his duty for inexperience, finished the season with modern and well-known football. Had they trusted his growth, with Locatelli losing and with Vlahovic more tied to the CR7 maneuver, Pirlo would have done good things. In any case, Allegri needs the Italian Cup to hide the cracks of the season he suffered, below the team’s potential, and not close Juventus’ first season without any titles since 2012. The cup will allow him to separate Ericsson. Mancini and raised yourself by winning 5 Italian Cups. Should Inzaghi win instead, Inter would have three official victories over Juventus (after the Super Cup and the second leg of the tournament), as they did not do so in the singles era (1929-1930). It does not seem that Allegri wants to re-propose Juventus to all the stars he presented on April 3 on the field: Cuadrado, Dybala and Morata to support Vlahovic (4-2-3-1). The Bianconeri lost with a penalty kick from Calha, but they dominated and played one of the most beautiful and courageous matches. Max should bounce back to a more cautious 4-4-2, with Bernardeschi as a tactical winger and Morata on the bench.

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Argentine Tango

It looks like Inzaghi has got the sticks back and prefers Dumfries over Darmian. His work last night was more psychological than tactical: defuse dark thoughts after Milan’s impressive victory in Verona and focus them on the final, without letting them fly to Cagliari where there will be a fight against a team armed with the power of desperation. As always, much will depend on Brozovic and Calhanoglu’s ability to free themselves from the grip of the pistons (Zakaria, Rabiot) and make the Nerazzurri carousel spin. In the first leg of the League and in the Super Cup they succeeded: Inter played more and better. In return to the field much less. Dybala, 11 goals in 23 Coppa Italia matches, more than any other Juventus player since the start of the last decade, is attacking his potential future. Lautaro: 11 goals in the last 11 games. Tango in the air. Among the last 23 goals of the Nerazzurri in the Italian Cup final, 9 Argentine goals: Crespo (3), Cruz (3), Milito (2), Cambiasso. Not to forget the proud Vlahović who is looking for revenge, and Dzeko who finds his former castle. Give us a beautiful painting in a golden frame.