Juventus vs Inter | Juve’s victory moves them closer to the top four by two points. On Sunday. Juventus defeated Inter Milan 2-0 at home in the Allianz Stadium, boosting their chances of qualifying for both the Serie A and the Champions League.

With 25 points, Massimiliano Allegri’s club is now only two points behind Atalanta and Lazio for the top four spots. Inter Milan had a chance to beat them, but their failure has dramatically altered their outlook as they are currently ranked seventh with 24 points after 13 games.

A significant letdown for Inter

Juventus vs Inter | Inter Milan had a stronger first half overall and a better start, but the Nerazzurri were unable to convert their opportunities. Edin Dzeko and Denzel Dumfries in particular were not competent enough to score the game’s first goal. Even after Adrien Rabiot’s first goal in the second half, Lautaro Martinez had a great opportunity to achieve the equalizer but squandered it.

The fact that Simone Inzaghi’s team was unable to score significantly impacted the outcome even though they played superior soccer in the first half and up until Juventus scored.

Additionally, the Nerazzurri lost another match against a direct competitor after losing to AC Milan, Lazio, and AS Roma. It was a significant opportunity to earn some critical points for the Champions League campaign. Inter Milan will travel to play Atalanta on Sunday.

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Allegri is back on course

Massimiliano Allegri had a drastically different day since his team has now won four of its previous five games and is now back on track. The Bianconeri needed a win like this one against a rival like Inter Milan. And in the end. It was a perfect evening that also featured the comeback of Angel Di Maria.

Most importantly, Federico Chiesa, who had been sidelined for nearly a full year following an ACL injury against AS Roma on January 9. Allegri put his faith in young players like Nicol Fagioli, who also scored the game’s second goal, and Fabio Miretti, and both of them put out strong displays.