Juventus blows lead, beats Inter in PKs to make Coppa Italia final

MILAN (AP) — Leonardo Bonucci converted the decisive spot-kick as Juventus beat Inter Milan 5-3 in a penalty shootout Wednesday to reach the Italian Cup final against AC Milan.

Inter led 3-0 after 90 minutes to draw the clubs level 3-3 on aggregate after Juventus won the opening leg 3-0 with two goals from Alvaro Morata plus one from Paulo Dybala.

Marcelo Brozovic scored twice for Inter and Ivan Perisic also found the target to draw the teams' level.

After half an hour of extra time, the only error in the shootout came from Inter's Rodrigo Palacio, who hit the crossbar.

Milan reached the final by routing third-division Alessandria 6-0 on aggregate.

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