Inter, Gazzetta: “Dzeko a double surprise for Simone”

INTER, GAZZETTA – As the Gazzetta reports today, the Inter team really puts the weight of its attack on the Serie A table.

Inter, Gazzetta: “Dzeko a double surprise for Simone”

“Low and fixed Inter passive in the presence of the dribbling Sassuolo. Nerazzurri collected, sharing on the outside with Dumfries and Dimarco. The long ball on the run of the Dutch winger was the preferred “scheme” of the first half and it was right, because Dumfries had legs, stressed Rogerio, went away by force and crossed relentlessly. Dzeko director in fact just over half of the field: the designated conductor, Asllani, was crushed backwards by Maxime Lopez, good at attacking him and causing him insecurity. Inter stood low and fixed in front of Onana and skipped the midfield under construction. On the other hand, Sassuolo reigned in midfield, but such dominance of posture did not correspond to an adequate offensive turnover. Few opportunities were created by the “Dionysians”, above all a diagonal of Frattesi defused by Onana. On the wings Ceide on the right intrigued more than Laurienté on the left, the latter quick and talented, but well or badly dammed by D’Ambrosio. Inter restarting and wasteful, in the first fraction at least four occasions for Martinez, none capitalized, a bit due to imprecision – in particular the second, in a crash in front of Consiglio – and a lot due to performance anxiety, Lautaro in Inter does not score from 30 August. The last Lauti-opportunity of the first act left the crucial legacy of a corner. Calhanoglu thumped, Dumfries spiked and Dzeko two meters from the goal gave a lesson in coordination in backlash. Although he was unbalanced, he managed to touch just enough from the neck with his right. Inter ahead in the face of an opaque conduct, resistance and restart. Moral of the first 45 minutes: the best intentions don’t pay, practicality yes “.

Christian Marangio


Written by News Releases

Inside Piatek and Pasalic, out Dia: the officers at 15:00

Inside Miranchuk and Bajrami, out Radonjic: the Turin-Empoli officials