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Juventus won the classic against Inter and Paredes saw the red after a fight with D'Ambrosio


It was 1-0 thanks to Filip Kostic's solitary goal. Lautaro Martínez and Matías Soulé started. Di María did not leave the bank.

Juventus managed to tame


at San Siro this Sunday

, in an Italian Derby that delved into the


's bad moment in Serie A and sent the Turin team, already in seventh place, four points behind the positions Europeans and with the possibility of still recovering the fifteen points that were deducted for violating market rules.

It was 1-0 thanks to Filip Kostic's solitary goal.

There was a party and also a mole for the winner

: the Argentine

Leandro Paredes

was sent off with the game already over after a cross with Danilo D'Ambrosio.

The world champion had entered the second half due to an injured Federico Chiesa.

The other Argentines?

Ángel Di María

and E

nzo Barrenechea

did not leave the bench, while

Matías Soulé

was a starter for the Vecchia Signora.

On the other side,

Lautaro Martínez

played the full 90 minutes and

Joaquín Correa

entered twelve minutes from the end. 

Inter's qualification to the quarterfinals of the Champions League was not enough of an engine for them to get rid of the bad taste in their mouths at home from their defeat last day against a team that is playing for salvation like Spezia, and Despite trying insistently, bearing the brunt of the game's offense, they gave in to a


who knew how to play their game, held on well at the back and took advantage of their few chances to do a lot of damage.

The Italian classic gave an overwhelming start to an extra-motivated Inter, willing to try to secure its 'Champions' place at San Siro, taking advantage of the positive inertia of qualifying for the quarterfinals in this competition.

In fact, he forced Szczesny to show his best version with two clear chances in the first minutes, specifically a shot by Barella after a double wall with Lukaku that broke up Juve's defensive network and which the Polish goalkeeper was in charge of rejecting with a solid stop.

But the Turin team was not intimidated by the dominance of Inter and, in a counter led by Rabiot, hit the table with Kostic's goal.

The Serbian finished from the edge of the area, with a dry, low and crossed shot, a counterattack that the VAR called into question for several minutes due to possible hands from Vlahovic and Rabiot during the play but which was finally validated to the joy of Allegri.

And it is that the coach, in the last press conferences, has assured that his team has achieved 15 more points than they have, so, until everything is said with the issue of the sanction, they also continue fighting, virtually, for the second position.

The goal left Inter touched, who lost that spark with which the clash began to the detriment of a Juventus that gradually grew and equalized the contest at stake until the end of the first act.

The second half began identically, with Inter taking the initiative in the attacks and Juve resisting, reducing the waters and going on the counter.

As the minutes passed, the local team ran out of ideas again and the Vecchia Signora began to feel comfortable without the ball, accumulating men in their own half, with an imperial Federico Gatti in the center of the rear, and going out on the counter .

To try to get the most out of this condition, Allegri introduced a Chiesa who gave much more quality to Juventus' actions but who had to go back to the bench due to physical problems, leaving his place to Paredes in the last minutes to ensure victory .

Three points that bring Juve dangerously close to the fight for the European places, cutting points one more day taking advantage of the poor results in the upper zone, now at four points, and displacing Inter from a second place that Lazio already occupies - that they beat Roma 1-0 with just a time from Dybala- and that compromises their presence in the Champions League next season.

Napoli, who thrashed Torino 4-0, is getting closer to the title.

Source: EFE

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