Juventus and Torino competed in the city derby on Saturday in the 10th round of the Italian championship. Until the 77th minute, the hosts looked better, leading 1: 0, and then reversing the defending champions. The winner was determined in the 89th minute by defender Leonardo Bonucci. Inter Bologna beat 3-1 in Milan, with two goals scored by Achraf Hakimi.
Spezia and Lazio opened the tenth round of the Italian championship on Saturday. The Rome giant was looking forward to the 2: 1 victory, he was the first to shake the net for the home team Ciro Immobile.
The city in Turin was excitedly followed. Juventus failed as the Bulls led 1-0 until the 77th minute. An equalizer followed, and the American scored in full Weston McKennie, and in the penultimate minute of regular time he is an experienced defender Leonardo Bonucci he took charge of the turnaround process that led defending champion Milan, who will play the 10th round match on Sunday, approaching three points behind.
Inter is with the help of a Slovenian goalkeeper Samir Handanović, who defended the whole match, beat Bologna at home and retained second place in the standings.
Parma will be on Sunday Jasmin Kurtić waiting for Benevento, Atalanta Josip Iličić try a worse series, three games without a win, Nik Prelec however, he will welcome leading AC Milan with Sampdoria. The final match of the round will be on Monday, when Genoa a Miha Zajc hunting points in Florence.
Italian Championship, Round 10:
Saturday, December 5:
Spice: Lazio 1: 2 (0: 2)
Nzola 64.; Immobile 15., Milinković-Savić 33.
Juventus : Turin 2: 1 (0: 1)
McKennie 78., Bonucci 89.; N’Koulou 9.; RK.: Pinsoglio 90./Juventus
Between : Bologna 3: 1 (2: 0)
Lukaku 16., Hakimi 45., 70.; Vignato 67.
Samir Handanović (Inter) defended the whole match.
Sunday, December 6:
12.30 Verona – Cagliari
15.00 Rome – Sassuolo
15.00 Parma – Benevento
15.00 Udinese – Atalanta
18.00 Crotone – Naples
8:45 pm Sampdoria – AC Milan
Monday, December 7:
20.45 Fiorentina – Genoa
10 – Ibrahimovic (AC Milan)
8 – Lukaku (Inter), Ronaldo (Juventus)
7 – Belotti (Turin),
6 – Building (Lazio), Joao Pedro (Cagliari)
5 – Caputo (Sassuolo), Martinez (Inter), Mkhitaryan (Rome), Quagliarella (Sampdoria), Simeone (Cagliari), Soriano (Bologna),
1 – Kurtic (Parma)