Inter beat Sassuolo and Juventus won over Napoli

by time news

Time.news – Inter made no mistake in the recovery with Sassuolo, hits the tenth consecutive victory and stretches at the top of the standings at +11 over Milan, now followed at -1 by Juventus (2-1 success with Napoli). At San Siro it ends 2-1 with the goals, one for half, of the usual Lukaku and Lautaro, but Traore’s fine goal in the final goes.

A lot of suffering for Conte’s team, but 3 points of capital importance that in fact, they deliver a large slice of the Scudetto to the Inter Milan.

Just ten minutes passed from the kick-off and the hosts immediately unlocked with the seal of the Belgian giant, who took the time very well on Young’s cross and headed 1-0 into the net. Having found the advantage, Conte’s team seems to be waiting for the Emilians, who dominate in terms of ball possession but without finding openings.

The only one who manages to penetrate from Handanovic’s side is God, but very well walled by Skriniar. In the second half the game script does not change, the only difference is that Inter find it harder to become dangerous in the restart: the first time they do it, on the occasion of an alleged penalty not whistled against Sassuolo (jersey held by Skriniar to the detriment of Scrapers), lhe formation of Conte finds the 2-0 with Lautaro, served by Lukaku. De Zerbi’s team with heart and character stays alive until the end and in the 84th minute they close the gap with a super goal from Traore, but the final forcing is in vain. In the recovery also canceled a goal to Lukaku for offside.

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Juventus leaves behind the dross of the last few weeks e returns to win in the key recovery with Napoli.

At the Stadium it ends 2-1 thanks to the usual goal Ronaldo and the seal of Dybala, who returns from the injury as best he could not responding to criticism after the “forbidden” party at the Mckennie home.

It is of no use to the Neapolitans the penalty in the final by Insigne, after two other fairly sunny penalties, one on each side, not granted by the referee and Var during the first half. The bianconeri thus rise to third place at 59 points, overtaking Atalanta and approaching -1 from Milan, while Gattuso’s blues remain fifth at 56 points.

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