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Italian Serie A: Inter draw with Juve 0-0

10-04-2010 14:30 BJT

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In Serie A play on Sunday, Inter Milan was taking on bitter rivals Juventus. A win for Inter would see them climb top of table, while a Juventus victory would move them up to second.

Inter coach Rafael Benitez named the same side which beat Werder Bremen 4-0 in the Champions League in midweek so fit-again striker Diego Milito had to be content with starting on the bench.

But he would come on after the young Jonathan Biabiany was injured on the half-hour mark.

Juve began to build up some momentum, but this goal from Vincenzo Iaquinta was duly called off for offside.

Inter had it's best opportunity in the 66th minute, Maicon rising to meet the Wesley Sneijder free kick but it's kept out by the keeper.

Juve also had a clearcut chance, but Fabio Quagliarella squandered this decent solo effort

Milito wasted a solid chance to move Inter ahead late in the second half as his right footer sailed wide, which proved to the final goal chance for Inter.

Eventually the game ended with a goalless result, which meant champions Inter finished the weekendon 11 points and Lazio could move top of the table if they beat Brescia.


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