Filip Kostic Becomes Man of the Hour Across Italian Media

Following the Serbian international’s brilliant display for Juventus within their 2-0 victory over Inter, wing-back Filip Kostic was the man of the hour across Italian media this morning.

The 30 year-old glistened brightly on the left-hand flank at the Allianz as he was unstoppable when on the ball, dribbling through the Nerazzurri defence with a great deal of pace like a train on tracks.

The former Frankfurt winger was pivotal in the Derby D’Italia, playing the role of provider as he whipped two low-driven crosses to set up both goals within the vital victory, catapulting his side to fifth place with a total of 25 points, two points adrift from a spot within the top-four.

The morning prior to his spectacular performance on Turin soil, Kostic received an immense amount of praise across various newspaper outlets across the nation.

La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that the wing-back was “overflowing” in the second half with two assists that changed gear at Juve.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport, he is “the man of the match” and then defines him as “even overwhelming” on the occasion that led him to churn out the decisive step for Rabiot.

Tuttosport mentioned: “catalyzes the attention and applause to peel your hands. Kostic was a ball-shooting machine set on a cart”.

La Stampa underlined: “He devastates Inter with his accelerations and his plays”.

BianconeraNews penned that Juve “is right on the Nerazzurri in the second half thanks to him”, then defines his accelerations as “supersonic” and his entire performance “sumptuous”.

Finally, Tuttomercatoweb’s assesment: “Sixty meters where Barella chases him but he, as an Olympian, puts the arrow in the lane. An extraordinary cross of his own, for the train grand vitesse named Adrien Rabiot. He touches a Tottiano goal in the second half, then another very lucid cross. Wonderful.”