Gab Marcotti examines Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus after helping the Bianconeri reach another final (1:38)

Juventus reached the final of Coppa Italia after a 0-0 draw against Internazionale in Turin and won 2-1 on Tuesday evening

Andrea Pirlo’s team came into play with a 2-1 lead from the first leg in Milan on the back of a Cristiano Ronaldo brace as the Serie A holders wanted to secure a place in the final

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Ronaldo had two chances towards the end of the first half but saw both central defense and goalkeeper Samir Handanovic dismissed as the teams went into a goalless tie in the dressing room

Shortly before the 70 In the minute, Handanovic was put into action again to fend off a powerful shot from Ronaldo that could have taken Juventus the draw

Inter threw everything at Juve late, but veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and his defense stood firm to secure a place in the flagship match

“In such important games, our team is unlikely to make mistakes They all played a great game”We made some tactical changes and they did well, we had the clearest options”

Juventus is now waiting for the result of the second semi-final second leg between Atalanta and Napoli (stream live on ESPN in US. at 2:45 pm ET on Feb. 10) to see who your opponent will be in the finals

With the away goal rule, Inter had to choose it and with Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku on the starting line-up, Antonio Conte’s side certainly had the firepower to get the hosts into trouble

But the 43-year-old Buffon, who was only used sparingly this season by Juve boss Pirlo, was rarely tested, even though Christian Eriksen had put many dangerous crosses in the box

Inter brought more players forward over the course of the game, but the pressure was soaked up by the central defense as the visitors finished the game without scoring points at Juventus in all competitions for the seventh consecutive year

“The ambition has to be high, then the reality is different and the reality says that we are out. We are out of the cup against the team that has been winning [Serie A] for nine years, and I think we deserve more “

The result brought the Turin team on 19 May a 20 Appearance at Coppa Italia A repeat of the showcase project from last season – when Napoli defeated Juve on penalties – was still possible

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Italy’s FA (FIGC) has launched an investigation into the behavior of Inter Milan and Juventus staff during Tuesday’s Coppa Italia Semi

Matteo Pessina scored twice when Atalanta beat defending champions Napoli with a 3-1 win from the Coppa Italia on Wednesday to reach a final against the team Juve

Inter boss Antonio Conte has urged Juventus to “show more respect”, claiming he was insulted by the second leg in the Coppa Italia semi-finals

Gab Marcotti examines Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus after helping the Bianconeri to another final

Juventus – Inter Milan

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