Naples 1-1 Inter
Goals: Mertens (41e) for Naples // Eriksen (2e) for Inter. Glory to the Dries.
At each return his hero. With no satchel on his back but with a flat sole still sharp, Dries Mertens made a triple hit Saturday night by becoming the best scorer in the history of Napoli with 122 goals, equalizing just before the break and thus qualifying the club. Neapolitan for his first Italian Cup final since 2014 (1-1). In a silent San Paolo, however, it was Inter that hit the first, Eriksen deceiving Ospina by hitting a corner directly (0-1, 2e).
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The goal of the Danish then placed the two teams tied for the whole of the two innings and Lukaku, unhappy of the head (32e), did not go far to double the bet, just like Antonio Candreva, who stumbled on Ospina (40e). Naples finally reacted against thanks to a clearance from their Colombian goalkeeper and Mertens, perfectly served by Lorenzo Insigne, only had to assure (1-1, 41e). In the second half, the locals then accelerated, but Insigne failed to deceive Handanovič (49e). Stung, Inter still rebelled. No problem, Ospina continued to hold the barracks and Naples will find Juve in the final.
Juve-Naples at the Olimpico: it’s called a delight.
Naples (4-3-3): Ospina – Di Lorenzo, Maksimovic, Koulibaly, Hysaj – Zielinski, Demme, Elmas (F. Ruiz, 65e) – Politano (Callejón, 65e), Mertens (Milik, 75e), Badge. Coach: Antonio Conte.
Internazionale (3-5-2): Handanovič – Skriniar, from Vrij (Ranocchia, 88e), Bastoni – Candreva (Moses, 73e), Brozovic, Barella, Young (Biraghi, 75e), Eriksen (Sensi, 88e) – Lukaku, L. Martinez (A. Sánchez, 72e). Coach: Gennaro Gattuso.
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