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Napoli is this year’s Coppa Italia Winners after beating Juventus on penalties on Wednesday night.
Napoli beat Inter Milan on Saturday to book a mouth-watering final against rivals Juventus.
Both teams enjoyed fairly equal amounts of possession throughout the match and after a goalless 90 minutes the match headed into extra time.
Italian legend goalkeeper Gianlugi Buffon started in goal for the Turin side and made a series of difficult saves during the match al until the shootout.
Paulo Dybala had his shot saved and Danilo blasted high over the goal to leave Juventus chances in the balance.
Arkadiusz Milik converted the decisive spot-kick in a penalty shootout as Napoli won its sixth Italian Cup.
It’s the second trophy that Juventus has missed out on this season after losing to Lazio in the Italian Super Cup in December.
But Juventus remains the favorite for a record-extending ninth straight Serie A title with a one-point lead over Lazio, and is also still in the Champions League.