Juan Cuadrado scored twice as Juventus kept its Champions League qualification hopes alive with a 3-2 “Derby of Italy” victory over Serie A champion Inter Milan on Saturday despite spending most of the second half with 10 men. The result lifted Andrea Pirlo’s side into fourth place with one game remaining, level on 75 points with AC Milan in third.
However, Napoli will knock the Turin club back into fifth if it beats Fiorentina on Sunday and Milan will be assured of a top-four finish if they beat Cagliari, thanks to its better head-to-head record against Juve.
“It was a difficult game against a great team like Inter. Even with a man down, we had to get the job done, make sacrifices, and I think that we got the result as a team,” Cuadrado told Sky Italia.
Both sides were awarded first-half penalties in a game dominated by VAR decisions. Cristiano Ronaldo scored on the…