0-1: Juventus uses the fightback manual to win its fifteenth Coppa

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The final of opposite poles ended up crowning Juventus as Coppa Italia champions for the fifteenth time. Atalanta have fared better, with six wins in the last seven games in all competitions, while Juve have not won since the beginning of April, with 5 draws and one defeat. But this is another story, this is a final one and on big stages the ‘Old Lady’ always shows her face. Although Allegri favored Gasperini’s team in these duels, experience weighed heavily.

It was difficult for dea to enter the game, because in the first moments he was a mess. Quite the opposite of the Bianconeri, hardened in a thousand matches and handling pressure well. It took them just four minutes to open the scoring, thanks to Cambiaso’s pass into space that Vlahovic pointed out with class before Carnesecchi left, unable to help the Serbian’s tight shot to one side (4′).

From there the expected script played out, Atalanta monopolized the ball and Juve bent down and counter-attacked. The trio of central defenders Danilo-Bremer-Gatti recalled the best times of Chiellini, Bonucci and Barzagli, where they were present even when the wind did not pass. Ketelaere and Lookman were brilliant but repeatedly crashed into the Turin wall. No traces of electricity and the usual unpredictability in the last meters.

In the second half, Juventus used the resistance manual

After going through the locker room, the Bergamo team came out with a different air, with less anxiety and looking more like the ultra-offensive group that has impressed Italy and all of Europe for years. It was too late, Allegri’s men pulled out the fight manual and it was impossible to get their hands on them.

They only put Perín in trouble three times, with a close header after an unsporting action in which they benefited from a ball hitting Junior in the face, then from an individual action by Lookman, who from outside the place unleashed a whip that struck. in wood. And finally, desperate for a shot by Ederson that was stopped by the Italian goalkeeper. Allegri grilled the referee by pointing out a previous foul that ended up getting him sent off. He even faced the fourth referee and almost lost his shirt, after taking off his tie, jacket and unbuttoning his shirt.

Juventinos had a chance on the counterattack thanks to a massive Vlahovic, who finished off a good cross in the 75th minute and put it into the net, with the misfortune of a millimeter offside to avoid a penalty. Although in reality, we have to compromise, because to suffer, to suffer, they did not suffer. Juventus already has a fifteenth Coppa at home and ‘La Dea’ will seek revenge in the Europa League final against Bayer Leverkusen

match lineup

Build: 3421 Italian Cup playing field
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29
fifteen
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22
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8
77
Eleven
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17
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6
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Olympics

Juventus Away
4Isak Hien

16′


58′

Federico Gatti4

29Marco Carnesecchi

Mattia Perin36

fifteenMartin de Roon

64′

Bremer3

89′

19Berat Djimsiti

77′

Danilo6

22Matteo Ruggeri

Weston McKennie16

13Ederson

Hans Nicolussi Caviglia41

61′

8Mario Pasalic

58′

Samuel Iling-Junior17

77Davide Zappacosta

58′

Andrea Cambiaso27

80′

ElevenAdemola Lookman

Adrien Rabiot25

7Teun Koopmeiners

Federico Chiesa7

68′

17Charles De Ketelaere

Four.

Dusan Vlahovic9

3′

54′

71′


80′

House Atalanta

Replacements

Juventus Away
1Juan Musso

Wojciech Szczesny1

31Francesco Rossi

Carlo Pinsoglio23

2Rafael Toloi

64′


95′

Alex Sandro12

twentyMitchell Bakker

Daniele Rugani24

33Hans Hateboer

58′

Tiago Djalo33

42Giorgio Scalvini

58′

Philip KosticEleven

43Giovanni Bonfanti

Fabio Mirettitwenty

61′

25Michael Adopo

Timothy Weah22

80′

59Alexey Miranchuk

58′

Carlos Alcaraz26

10Bilal Toure

Four.

Arkadiusz Milik14

80′

Kenan Yildizfifteen

68′

Moses Kean18

House Atalanta

coach

Juventus Away

Gian Piero Gasperini

Massimiliano Allegri

Source: La Verdad

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