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Inter win the Coppa Italia

Internazionale won the Coppa Italia after an extra-time double from Croatia forward Ivan Perisic earned his side a 4-2 victory over Juventus in Wednesday's final, ensuring Massimiliano Allegri's team will finish the season trophyless.

Inter advance to the final

 Lautaro Martinez had a double Tuesday to lead Inter 3-0 over AC Milan in the second leg of the Coppa Italia semifinal and set up a clash between the Nerazzurri and either holder Juventus or Fiorentina.

Unfortunate own goal gifts Juventus victory

An unfortunate stoppage-time own goal from Lorenzo Venuti gifted Juventus a 1-0 win over Fiorentina in their Coppa Italia semifinal first leg on Wednesday, as Dusan Vlahovic returned to his former club but failed to make an impact.

AC Milan and Inter draw

AC Milan failed to take advantage of several chances as they played out a 0-0 draw with neighbours Internazionale in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semifinal at San Siro on Tuesday.

Juventus and Fiorentina grab late wins

Holders Juventus scraped into the semifinals of the Coppa Italia with a 2-1 victory over Sassuolo and will face Fiorentina after they also struck late on to beat Atalanta 3-2 on Thursday.

AC Milan hit Lazio 4 times

It took Milan a bit of time to settle into the game and start stringing together their quick effective passing moves, but when they finally did the game opened up before the break as Rafael Leao netted first after a gorgeous Alessio Romagnoli ball put him through on goal.

Inter spoil the return of Jose Mourinho

Alexis Sanchez drilled in a long-range strike to seal Internazionale's 2-0 Coppa Italia quarterfinal win over AS Roma on Tuesday, after Jose Mourinho received a hero's welcome at San Siro in his first game as an opposing coach at his former club.

Coppa Italia glory for Juventus: Andrea Pirlo deserves a second chance

Judging his experience in coaching and the circumstances, Pirlo deserves another shot next season.

Double strike for Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus see-off Inter

“When you have Cristiano Ronaldo with you, you always start 1-0.” That is what Christian Vieri said after the first leg of the semifinal of Coppa Italia at the San Siro. A few weeks back Inter had the last laugh against...

What a fiery contest it was at San Siro!

It was yet another Milan Derby at the San Siro and this time around the contest was a fiery one! In the age of El Clasico and the battle of supremacy between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, a couple...

Napoli of Gattuso upset Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus

Gennaro Gattuso took over the job of Napoli, which rediscovered their lost mojo under Maurizio Sarri and cut a satisfactory figure in the Champions League under Carlo Ancelotti. Gattuso left San Siro after spending a brief period without experiencing...

Napoli gift sad Gattuso victory

At Stadio San Paolo,  Inter were expected to overcome the Napoli threat and longhorns with Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus for the Coppa Italia final and in fact, the match went according to the script. https://twitter.com/faisalyorker1/status/1271995712692051969 Fabian Ruiz's goal at San Siro in...

A moment which Cristiano Ronaldo would love to forget

Football returned to Italy after 3 months, where Juventus met AC Milan at Turin in the second leg of the semifinal of Coppa Italia. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, but still, the Italian Serie A Champions qualified...

Coppa Italia: Why Atalanta have been so great?

"Gasperini took an average side and improved them dramatically, both tactically and physically, getting them to play at a ferocious pace, very uncommon in Italy" “Five years ago we were fighting to avoid relegation, now we’re battling for Champions League...


Real Madrid are the champions of Champions League

It felt like one of those old flicks they show on Saturday afternoons in which the gang successfully gets together for one final, big heist. Except, even without Mbappe, you suspect this won't be their last -- not when there's a guy like Ancelotti, one of the few men who can pull off the cardigan-cigar-shades combination and lead a team in transition to a league and cup double. Not with young guns - Vinicius, Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, Rodrygo - already with the "big one" under their belt. Not with Courtois, in the prime of his career, staking a claim as the world's No. 1 between the posts and getting a few things off his chest. ("We showed again who is the King of Europe.")

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