Inter Milan won the Italian Cup for the seventh time in its history, achieving its first title in the current season 2022/2021, after achieving an exciting victory over Juventus 4-2, in the match that was held between them at the “Olympico” stadium in Rome, Wednesday, May 11 .
The Nerazzurri ended the first half with a clean goal, signed by Italian international Nicolo Parilla, who fired a missile from the edge of the penalty area and hugged the “old lady” net in the 6th minute.
Juventus managed to turn the tables on Inter in the first minutes of the second half; He equalized through Alvor Morata, who converted the Brazilian Alex Sandro’s shot, to hug Inter Milan in the 50th minute.
After the equalizing goal, the Inter players rushed towards the “old lady” goal to regain the lead, but they received the second goal from a counter-attack that Serbian Dusan Vlahovic successfully finished after a super skill in front of the goal, giving Juventus the lead in the 52nd minute.
Inter waited until the 80th minute to score the equalizer after receiving a penalty kick, which was successfully executed by Turkish player Hakan Calhanoglu, extending the match into two additional periods.
In the ninth minute of the first extra period, Inter got another penalty kick, scored by Croatian player Ivan Perisic, returning progress to Inter Milan in the match, and after 3 minutes, the same player scored his second and fourth personal goal for his team in the match, dedicating the title to Inter.
Coach Simone Inzaghi’s men hit more than one bird with this victory, as the team continued its superiority this season over its traditional rivals with three victories to one draw, as the first round match between them in the league ended in a 1-1 draw at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, before Inter’s series of superiority begins in the following three confrontations, beginning with the Italian Super Cup (2-1) last January, then winning the “Old Lady” 1-0 in the second round of the league, and ending with the crowning of today’s cup title.
The team also regained the taste of winning the Cup title, which it missed 11 years ago, specifically in the 2010-11 season, at the expense of Palermo (3-1), the eighth title in its history, to end the partnership with Lazio. This is Inter’s second title this season, after the Italian Super Cup, so that the team will be on a date with history in the event of winning the league title, by combining the local trio for the first time in its history.
On the other hand, the series of Juventus failure continued in a disastrous season in which it came out empty-handed without winning any title, as it was completely out of the competition for the league title, in which the competition was limited to the poles of Milan, Milan and Inter, where the first outperformed by 80 points, compared to 78 for the second with two rounds. Also, coach Massimiliano Allegri’s battalion lost the “Super” Italian title against Inter last January, as well as the cup title today.
Summary of Inter Milan’s victory over Juventus in the Italian Cup final
#Watch #Inter #conquer #Juventus #crowned #Italian #Cup #seventh #time