Bologna approaches the alirón of Naples

The Champions League took its toll on an unrecognizable Inter, who fell in Bologna and handed over the scudetto to Naples almost definitively. With the Interista defeat, the advantage of the Neapolitans over their pursuers rises to 18 points, a record that, with 14 games to go, converts an awaited alirón under Vesuvius for 33 years simply in a matter of time.

While the Azzurri begin to prepare their party, in Milan the questions about the ups and downs of a team that finds it difficult to maintain its performance after the Champions League appointments return: It is the third time this season that Inter have lost just after playing in Europe.

After the great night of the Champions League with Porto, Inzaghi had decided to go back to betting on Lukaku from the start, lining up the Belgian next to Lautaro. The start of the match, however, for the Milanese was a nightmare. Under the rain of Dall’Ara, Thiago Motta’s team had a different rhythm, locked the rival in their area and scored a goal with a beautiful shot from Barrow, annulled due to an offside by Domínguez on the play (with the locals protesting also for a handball from Darmian shortly before the goal). Bologna continued to press with a whiplash from the winger Camibaso and a thread from Soriano, which hit the crossbar. After these scares, the crazy rhythm of the beginning began to calm down and Inter showed signs of life.

Mkhitaryan tried from afar with no luck and Lautaro was very close to making it 0-1 with a great header that ended up wide, from a pass from Gosens. The Nerazzurri team started the restart better, with two chances for Calhanoglu, who shot unbelievably wide in front of an empty goal, and Lukaku, who hit Skorupski, both created by initiatives from Gosens. In their best moment, however, the Milanese conceded the goal of defeat: D’Ambrosio and Barella handed the ball over to the locals and Orsolini won the one-on-one with Onana with a central shot, albeit a very powerful one.. There was a quarter of an hour left, but Inter’s reaction lacked intensity and aim. Rome and Milan can already catch up with Inzaghi’s men, Napoli fly closer and closer to the third scudetto.


Francesco Acerbi (45′, Stefan de Vrij), Nicolo Barella (62′, Henrikh Mkhitaryan), Edin Dzeko (63′, Romelu Lukaku), Danilo D’Ambrosio (67′, Denzel Dumfries), Giorgos Kyriakopoulos (82′, Roberto Soriano), Nikola Moro (82′, Lewis Ferguson), Valentin Carboni (82′, Marcelo Brozovic), michel aebischer (86′, Riccardo Orsolini), Anthony Raimondo (86′, Muse Barrow), Gary Medell (87′, Jerdy Schouten)


1-0, 75′: Riccardo Orsolini


Referee: Daniele Orsato
VAR referee: Valerio Marini, Oreste Muto
of Vrij (45′,Yellow) Denzel Dumfries (62′,Yellow) Nicholas Dominguez (84′,Yellow)

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