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Napoli, Juventus kick-off at same time in last two Serie A games

Napoli, Juventus kick-off at same time in last two Serie A games

Massimiliano Allegri's champions host Bologna on Saturday and will be assured of a seventh straight title if Napoli fail to win at home against Torino on Sunday.

Two goals in the space of three minutes saw Juve pull off a remarkable late turnaround on Saturday, Gonzalo Higuain heading in an 89th-minute victor against 10-man Inter after Milan Skriniar's own goal had levelled matters.

Thanks to the victory over inter and Napoli lose in the game against Fiorentina Juventus the advantage over the Neapolitans in the standings increased to four points for three rounds before the end of the championship.

But Juve produced the sort of fightback which has demoralised their rivals so often in the past, scoring twice in the last five minutes to snatch a 3-2 win with the help of a deflected goal and a set-piece header from Gonzalo Higuain.

Napoli followed up its dramatic 1-0 win over the six-time defending champs with a deflating 3-0 loss at Fiorentina. Even so, we will still celebrate since this Napoli squad have really been incredible. In the beginning of the match he showed a red card to midfielder Matias inter Vasino for a foul on Mario Mandzukic then scored a goal for Juventus after the video viewing, and also removed the midfielder of Juventus Miralem of Pjanic, having for this reason.

Since victory at Juventus, Napoli have lost to Inter Milan and the Viola to blow their title chances.

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Inter coach Luciano Spalletti tiptoed around the subject, but said: "Looking back, it doesn't seem to me that the management of the match was balanced".

"The entire team had a bad performance".

"I can guarantee that we're all united and focused on achieving our season objective of a place in next year's Champions League", he said. When Juve are involved, there is always something that happens.

Argentina forward Simeone's hat-trick could have cost Napoli the Serie A title. "There are several teams who have a hope of winning, a situation which is different from ours".

"We chose to wait until today to comment because we didn't want to speak in the heat of the moment and risk being influenced by all the emotions flying about", Antonello told Inter TV.