Inter were the strongest this year. Who behind her? Juve-Milan to find out

Pioli’s statements yesterday in the press conference on the balance of power in the last four years between his Milan and Inter have caused a lot of discussion, especially among insiders, Inter fans and AC Milan fans: “Inter have had the team for four years strongest team in the championship and has only won two championships. We have never been the strongest team in the championship.”

Let’s do like this…
First of all, the basic desire was clear: to underline the great feat achieved by Milan two years ago, when, although underestimated by practically all forecasters, his team managed to wrest the Scudetto from Inter with a championship full of quality, evident both in the strength of individuals and in the value of the collective, determination and hunger for victory. Then there were many discussions, reflections, analyses, comments and controversies regarding the Rossoneri coach’s sentence. To resolve the impasse let’s do this: this year Inter were certainly, largely and abundantly the strongest team in the championship.

Seconds out
Who, then, will come after the strongest? This evening’s match between Juventus and Milan could mean more, especially in the event of a victory for the Rossoneri. Stefano Pioli will field the best possible lineup at the Allianz Stadium, considering the suspensions of Calabria, Tomori and Theo Hernandez; Therefore, Musah adapted to the right, Thiaw and Gabbia at the centre, Florenzi adapted to the left will play in front of Maignan. Starting midfield and attack: Adli (ahead of Bennacer) and Reijnders, then the poker Pulisic, Loftus-Cheek, Leao and Giroud. Another bench for Chukwueze. Out Jovic.