Juventus and Torino competed in the 10th round of the Italian Championship in the City Derby on Saturday. The guests had a great lead until the 77th minute, leading 1: 0 and then overturning the reigning champions. In the 89th minute, defender Leonardo Bonucci decided the winner. Inter beat Bologna 3-1 in Milan, with two goals scored by Akraf Hakimi.
Specia and Lazio opened the 10th round of the Italian Championship on Saturday. The 2: 1 victory was celebrated by the giant from Rome, who first shook the home team Zero immobile.
An exciting city showdown in Turin followed. Juventus lost 1-0 to the Bulls in the 77th minute. Following a draw, the Americans scored perfectly Weston McKenney, He is an experienced defender at the last minute of regular time Leonardo Bonusi The current champion Milan’s turnaround has drawn attention, with Milan three points behind in Sunday’s 10th round match.
Inter with the help of the Slovenian goalkeeper Sameer Handanovic, Defended throughout the match, beating Bologna at home to retain second place in the standings.
Parma will be Sunday Jasmine Kurti Waiting for Benevento in Atlanta Joseph Ilyssic Will try a bad series, three games without winning, Nick Preleck However, with Samporia, the leading AC Milan will host. The final match of the round is on Monday, and Genoa Miha Sajk Hunting in Florence.
Italian Championship, Round 10:
Saturday, December 5:
Spices: Lazio 1: 2 (0: 2)
Nasola 64 .; Immobile 15., Milinkovi-Savić 33.
Juventus : Torino 2: 1 (0: 1)
McKenzie 78., Bonucci 89 .; N’Koulou 9 .; RK.: Pinsoglio 90./ Juventus
Inter : Bologna 3: 1 (2: 0)
Luke 16., Hakimi 45., 70 .; Vignato67.
Sameer Handanovic (Inter) Defended throughout the match.
Sunday, December 6:
12.30 Verona – Cagliari
15.00 Rome – Sassuolo
15.00 Parma – Benevento
15.00 Udinese – Atlanta
18.00 Croton – Naples
8:45 pm Sampdoria – AC Milan
Monday, December 7:
20.45 Fiorentina – Genoa
10 – Ibrahimovic (AC Milan)
8 – Lukaku (Inter), Ronaldo (Juventus)
7 – Bellotti (Turin),
6 – Building (Lazio), Joao Pedro (Cagliari)
5 – Caputo (Sassuolo), Martinez (Inter), Michian (Rome), Quaggiarella (Sampdoria), Simeone (Cagliari), Soriano (Bologna),
1 – Kurtik (Parma)