April 26, 2012

New challenge and new three points for Inter and Stramachioni, this time Udinese was the team to beat. It was 3-1 for Inter. Although Udinese started great with an excelent goal by Danilo in the 6th minute, Inter accepted the challenge and Sneijder with excellent 18 meters left foot shot scored great goal to make it 1-1 in the 10th minute. After that Inter played patiently waiting for a chance. That happened in 27th minute, excellent ball control by Milito in the box, great pass to Sneijder and Inter took the lead. After the second goal Inter became much more careful and not allowing to many chances for the opposition. In 37th minute of the match excellent pass from Guarin to Alaverez, great one on one dribbling and another goal for Inter, this time Ricky Alvarez. With his pace, intelligence and dribbling showed how much important is he for Inter. In the second half expected pressure from Udinese but Julio Cesar was excellent on Inter's goal, not allowing Udinese to score quick second half goal.  Alvarez left the game in 69th minute, clearly not ready yet for a full time match. Obi took his place. New excitments in-front of Udinese goal three minutes later, after Obi took the corner and Ranochia failed to score, the ball came to Sneijder but he failed to complete his hat-trick. Two minutes later another fantastic chance for Sneijder but couldn't find the net, the ball passed centimeters away from the goal. After that chance there were two great chances for Udinese but Julio Cesar once again showed his class, especially in 82th minute of the match when Floro Flores was one on one with him. After that the tension calmed and it was Inter the team that took the points from Friuli. Lazio and Roma failed to win so now Inter is 5th on the table with only 3 points less then 3rd placed Lazio with 4 games left to play. Champions league spot is still reachable so Inter players must do everything they can to win rest of the games. Forza INTER!

1 comment:

  1. Nice, think the new coach helped?


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