Suara.com – Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi again raised Paulo Dybala’s controversial penalty ahead of his team’s duel against Juventus in the Italian Super Cup final, Thursday (13/1/2022) early morning WIB.
The Inter vs Juventus duel, which was the winner of the Italian League and Coppa Italia last season, will take place at the Giuseppe-Meazza Stadium, Milan, at 03.00 WIB.
Ahead of this prestigious match, Simone Inzaghi brought up the last meeting between Inter vs Juventus which ended in a 1-1 draw in October last year.
At that time, Inter Milan managed to take the lead in the 17th minute through Edin Dzeko’s goal. Victory was in sight before Juventus got a penalty at the end of the match.
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The penalty became controversial after referee Maurizio Mariani changed his decision after consulting with VAR.
Initially, Denzel Dumfries’s action of dropping Alex Sandro in the forbidden box was not considered a violation because of the lack of contact. However, the referee in the end changed his mind.
A penalty was also awarded to Juventus where Paulo Dybala as the executor managed to take advantage of the opportunity to bring his team to equalize 1-1.
“We thought we had won the game, then there was that penalty. However, that was many months ago and both teams have evolved since then,” said Simone Inzaghi Football Italia, Wednesday (12/1/2022).
“It wasn’t a great game for either team who didn’t live up to their standards.”
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Furthermore, Inzaghi considers the Inter vs Juventus meeting in the Italian Super Cup final this morning will be fierce. Both teams are considered to have an equal chance of winning.
Source: Suara.com – Berita Bola, Jadwal, Skor & Liga Eropa by www.suara.com.
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