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Juve foams in front of anger: Inter wins controversial top game

The SSC Naples has conquered the table tip in the Italian series A at least temporarily. The ex-master sat down at Atalanta Bergamo 3-1 (2: 0) and moved past 66 meters at the equity AC Milan. Milan can counter on Monday (20.45 clock) against FC Bologna but counter. For plenty of conversation, Meanwhile, Derby d’Italia.

JUVENTUS vs INTER || SERIE A FULL TIME REACTIONS || DISGUSTING

Inter Milan remains Naples and City Trival Milan on the heels. The defending champion continued in the pursuit duel at Rekordmeister Juventus Turin with 1: 0 (1: 0) and now has a game less than Napoli 63 points on the account. Juve (59) may have been adopted from the title race after the first series A defeat since the end of November.

The Derby d’Italia decided by the former Bundesliga Profi Hakan Calhanoglu. In the 45th minute, the Turkish national player first missed a foul feet, in the fifth minute of the first passage of the first passage he made it better from the identical starting position. The were fierce protests of the Turin.

Anyway, the referee Massimiliano Irrati had to do all his hands in a hot atmosphere over 90 minutes. National player Robin Gosens was used at Inter in the final minutes.

For Naples, Lorenzo Imilne (14th, foul foul meters), Matteo Politano (37.) and Eljif Elmas (81.) achieved the hits. Marten de Roon (58.) Shared in the meantime for Bergamo.

Tennis: Sinner is probably separated by Coach Piatti

The Italian Tennis Top Talent Jannik Sinner (20) and Success Trainer Riccardo Piatti apparently go separated paths. This reports several Italian media.

Sinner & Piatti Hit The Clay In Rome
The Gazzetta dello Sport also brings Boris Becker as candidates for Piatis succession at the World Ranking Tenth from South Tyrol into the game. Since the end of cooperation with Serbia’s Superstar Novak Djokovic in 2016, the three-time Wimbledon winner Becker (54) was no longer active as a coach on the profitour.

The Italian coach guru Piatti had Sinner, who is currently pausing for a corona infection, at the age of 13 years in his academy and shaped him to one of the best tennis professionals in the world. The 63-year-old had once called the Youngster as “the most talented player I’ve ever had” – Piatti had also lookeduously looked after the 20-color Grand Slam Champion Djokovic (34) at the beginning of his career.

At the Australian Open, Sinner had recently failed in the quarter-finals in three sentences on the Greek Stefanos TsitsiPas.

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