Allegri loses the Italian Cup final, closes with ‘zero titles’ and is sent off in Juve-Inter: what happened

Massimiliano Allegri he could become the first coach to win 5 Italian Cups instead the daring final against Inter ends with another defeat against the Nerazzurri that burns even more because it gained in extra time – like the one in the Italian Super Cup – and because it officially certifies that after 10 years with at least one trophy on the showcase, the Juventus will close the 2021-22 season without even a title.

A match that Juventus had recovered with one-two at the beginning of the second half signed by Alex Sandro-Vlahovic but which then got out of hand due to the episodes and two penalties granted by Valeri that infuriated the Livorno coach who was never so nervous and tense with opponents and referee as in this evening.

Head to head with Farris and quarrel with the Inter bench after the 2-4

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The first sparks materialize at minute 77, when Valeri concedes the penalty for a foul on Lautaro Martinez for a contact with Bonucci and de Ligt. The Livorno coach doesn’t like it, he struggles and ends up head-to-head with the Nerazzurri assistant coach Massimiliano Farris. Valeri tries to quell the pandemonium by handing out two yellow cards to Farris and Allegri.
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Massimiliano Allegri – Juventus-Inter

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In overtime, Allegri completes the work. Already furious at the 3-2 penalty granted after a VAR consultation by Valeri according to the Mediaset sidelines, the spirits were definitively set on fire because Allegri did not like some gestures of the Inter players in the exultation after the 4-2 goal of Perisic who actually closed the game. As told later in the post-race interview with Mediaset journaliststo blow the fly for the Juventus coach would have been a kick trimmed by a member of the Inter bench.

One of Inter Milan passed and gave me a kick. I reacted, the referee saw me and rightly sent me off. I can only congratulate Inter who played a good match, the referee who refereed a good match and my boys who played a good match.

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