Inter beat Juve in Coppa Italia thriller
In a game that literally went down to the last second, Inter Milan overcame Juventus to continue their dominance in Italy, and lift the Supercoppa Italia in the process.
ALEXIS SANCHEZ WINS THE SUPERCOPPA IN THE 120TH MINUTE FOR INTER! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/XDF8zlWXMz
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 12, 2022
The Nerazzurri fell behind early thanks to Weston McKennie, only to equalise from the spot ten minutes before half-time, with Lautaro Martinez coolly firing past Wojciech Szczesny. But, in what proved a relatively even affair, it took until the last seconds of extra-time to separate the sides.
With a penalty shoot-out looming, a loose ball fell to former Arsenal and Manchester United man Alexis Sanchez, who fired home from six yards out, winning the trophy for Inter Milan in the process.
⚫️🔵 Inter celebrate their first Italian Super Cup triumph since 2010 🎉🏆
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) January 13, 2022
And there could yet be worse repercussions for Juve.
Dybala set to spark bidding war
After the game, news broke that Paulo Dybala has decided not to renew his current contract at the club, which expires this June. He joins a hefty list of free agents this summer that looks set to include Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappe, Ousmane Dembele and Antonio Rudiger.
💣💣Salvo un cambio radical en su situación, Paulo Dybala tiene decidido no renovar con Juventus el contrato que vence el 30/6/2022.
*️⃣Al futbolista le molestó que el club le cambiara las condiciones para su nuevo vinculo. Con este escenario, ya escucha ofertas. pic.twitter.com/OoyD4hws9W
— César Luis Merlo (@CLMerlo) January 12, 2022
Still just 28 years old, and renowned as one of the best players in Serie A, it is certain that should the Argentine leave, he will have a long list of suitors, with the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham previously showing interest, while Barcelona are keen to rebuild using free agents amid financial turmoil.
Would he be suited to a move to the Premier League?
This article was edited by Conor Laird.