Juventus - Inter (26 Nov 23) [1-1]

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Unhappy with the display and result. Slept on it and I'm still upset. How can you let the enemy get away like that?


So he had enough time to recover and rest?

If anything, Cuadrado should have been brought in earlier to replace Denzel. But Inzaghi was afraid he could win the game for him..


Usually yes, but not against this crippled team! Gatti and Rugani are almost Serie B level players... Why not force some errors? Not even going to mention that they started with an unexperienced DM.

Probably the weakest Jubentus in the past decade... Should they found us like this, they will be ruthless.

Instead of a derby, this looked like a non-combat game. Heck, I've seen friendlies where there was more enthusiasm!

Limone settled for the draw. What kind of loser mentality is this? It's like he is instilling his fear against Allegri on the team. When was sparing the enemy's life a good idea? Just cut their fucking heads while you have the opportunity!

Lord Hexagon declared he is happy with the draw and the objective was not to lose. Why? Because merda have the weaker squad but still got away with it. Because they have the luxury to only focus on Serie A. Because cunts will get refs' help through season to win against all small teams. While Limone has a history of fucking up in Serie A.
Not sure what calculations Inzaghi is making but this was a lost opportunity to beat the serial cheaters and cut off their soar. Show no mercy!!!!!!
Instead Simone fueled their confidence for the rest of the season!!
You should be gratefull that we managed to snatch a draw after being 0 1 against Alegriball. Normally we crumble in this situation.
 

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I don't know why people are complaining?! After an international break, the players are usually a bit off and in addition we missed Pavard and Bastoni. This is Jube, which are definitely playing like shit this season, but their defense is second the best in the league behind only Inter's. It was a game away, and we have a tough schedule a front of us, so saving some energy in the second half was quite ok for me.
 

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I think people are complaining because they see Juve playing like shit and fully expect us to beat them. That's obviously ignorant of the fact that they've been grinding out wins like a charm this season, and are only 2 points behind us in the league.

It's a shame we didn't win, I'll accept a draw, and it does suck to be so close to Juve, but if grinding out shit-tier 1-0 wins is what wins you the league, then so be it. 3 points are worth 3 points at the end of the day, and us smacking Milan 5-1 is the same as Juve grinding out a 90+6 minute 1-0 win vs Verona.
 

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It'd be cute if our guy was counting his fingers afterwards....
And people in Movies thread complaining about Hollywood couldn’t make horror movies, there is it, that’s the plot for you.
 

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Limone settled for the draw. What kind of loser mentality is this? It's like he is instilling his fear against Allegri on the team. When was sparing the enemy's life a good idea? Just cut their fucking heads while you have the opportunity!
Explain to me how can we play sexy football from the back without Pavard and Bastoni? Although Darmian had some great passes, while Acerbi really messed with our flow of the game.

Juventus went overboard with the defending, that is why the game was so boring.

Do explain to me why do you think Inzaghi settled for a draw? Sure, at the end, but we at least had scoring chances compared to Allegri. We wanted to win, clearly. It's just that Allegri's Juventus drags you down to their level with the terrorist football.

I'm happy with the point and if we were at full health, we would win this game. I saw no inkling of loser mentality that you speak of. A draw in Torino is one step closer to the coveted Scudetto.
 

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"At the end of the game, a bizarre situation happened. Namely, the Inter players left for Milan without taking a shower after the match. Gazzetta dello Sport writes that the water pump broke down at the Juventus stadium, so the water pressure was weak.

Inter's players immediately left the locker room by bus and postponed their shower to return home. In Turin, the match was played at a temperature of minus four degrees Celsius, so Inter's expedition did not want to risk and waste time after the match. "

Pump broke my ass, no way I'm gonna believe in that! Fucking merda.
 

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Jube fans and tuttoshit were complaining apparently about Lautaro's equalizer being not regular. What scumbags are they. It was a clear simulation by Chiesa
 
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This feels like we were afraid to win.

I’m tired of hiding behind the history of this fixture and how hard they are to beat at their home blah blah
 

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Juventus went overboard with the defending, that is why the game was so boring.
They are aware of the threat Inter provides. Inter is the better side. If we had gotten that first goal things would have been ugly for them. I don't think they can hang with us if they're chasing.
 

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honestly, they just allegriball'd the whole thing. no space at all in midfield, no space at the back, and to be blunt, our midfield doesnt have the creativity to pull something out of thin air like you need to, to break down a team like that.
This is just it. Our midfield is good but it’s not known for its creativity. The only way to break down this very defensive minded Juve is a quick counter and pulling Bremer away from the middle and Lautaro which is exactly what happened on the goal.
 

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This feels like we were afraid to win.

I’m tired of hiding behind the history of this fixture and how hard they are to beat at their home blah blah
We were afraid of their counters so Inzaghi had clearly instructed not to take any risks with the ball. We already conceded in one counter we gifted to them.

Thing was just to try to find the whole in the defence and exploit that, but there wasn't any hole to be found. They lost the focus once in the first half when Barella-Thuram-Lautaro trio scored that equalizer, but other than that, there was the one Thuram shot from Barella backheel to Mkhi and his dish to Thuram, other than that, nothing?

Allegri can train his team to defend and with their counter attacking players, Inzaghi played the safe. And honestly, it was a Juve away match, draw is totally acceptable. At Meazza, things are different in February.
 

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their passing was horrible in the second half. If point difference was 5-6 or we had Pavard/Bastoni, we would have been more aggressive. (Acerbi Sommer were hilarious 😆)
 

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we had 65% of the ball... IN TORINO

even against some smaller opposition we have less than that
 

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Can you elaborate(I know you will) why this is a worse side of gobbi you remember? They are just 2 pts behind league leaders after 13 rounds so I dont understand that claim right now. Enlighten us please.

Well, quality of its league in overall has fallen A LOT over the past few years which makes the competition get worse and worse. These two points difference don't mean much to me, since in overall there is a significiant difference in terms of quality between us and gobbi, or even Milan.

First of all, gobbi has always had quality players in their team. Even through their difficult times post-Calciopoli, they still had better team, more competent people in their management and everything else. However I do think Allegri is a great coach, but other than that, they are in shambles situation these days. I've kept saying that Allegri is the main factor that this side of gobbi is still competitive in the league and are doing the impossible to keep up with the top teams.

I see quite a few members taking shots on "why are people complaining over the result", which to me sounds rather like a loser mentality. Yes, we didn't lose that's great, also I don't deny that there are some positives out of that match, like our comeback in such difficult match, we kept our coolness while we were down and so on, but it's kinda frustrating to me how we didn't push harder for a win. Almost everything leans towards our side, but sadly we just weren't hungry enough for that prize.

Let's remember that we might even lose in Napoli, and with a couple of unexpected events like injuries in key players, absences and so on, things can get completely different and people will go bonkers in here. My point is that we shoudl have gotten every advantage while we've been given opportunity. Napoli last season won Scudetto not because they were aiming to it before the season started, but because chance was given and they saw incompetence of their rivals, so they went all for it.

There's still some difficult matches to be played in the near future. Napoli, Udinese, Lazio, then we also have Coppa against Bologna, so it's a complicated schedule. I'm not making a big deal out of this draw vs gobbi, BUT we should have won given situation of both clubs.
 

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I agree that Napoli and Bologna are tough games, but Lazio and Udinese are in shambles right now. We saved some energy in the second half and avoided unnecessary injuries. This is fine for me.
 

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Lazio has a great record against Inzaghi. Never underrate their ability to fuck over Simone.
 
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