Inter Still andes Translucent Defense Empoli

Inter Still andes Translucent Defense Empoli

Empoli Inter Milan have not been able to break the deadlock in the 19th giornata Serie A when they travel to the Stadio Carlo Castellani Empoli headquarters, Sunday (01/18/2015). Although inhabited line of players with more quality qualified, the Nerazzurri just closed the first half with a score of glasses.

The game

Kick off! Playing with a 3-1 victory over Genoa capital in the previous game, Inter Milan are so confident to resemble similar results when they travel to the headquarters of Empoli.

With menduetkan Lukas Podolski and Mauro Icardi in attack, prime numbers in this game is expected to be achieved by the Inter first. Despite playing as a team, they seem not hesitate to apply the game due to fast.

Nevertheless, the pressures being waged Roberto Mancini‘s squad continued impasse. Empoli defense raised heart Daniele Rugani still spry enough to anticipate the ball coming.

Palacio! Almost only present prime goal in this match. Starting from Hernanes corner kick in the 19th minute, the Argentine striker direct the ball towards the top corner. But unfortunately, still be blocked Empoli player.

Entering 25 minutes walk game, the game actually takes place with a slow groove ball. Often the Leather Round much spin on their midfield is still a team.

Matias Vecino dangerous counterattack to the Inter defense area. He managed to remove the bait toward the penalty box, damn his colleagues could not convert well. Allenatore, Mancini looks quite anxious at the edge of the field.

Inter such as loss of creators in charge of providing mature ball from midfield. Under these conditions, Mancini must add smashed. One of them by entering Xherdan Shaqiri in the second interval.

Practical field until the court blew the long whistle signaled halftime, the score did not change remains glasses.


Empoli: Luigi Sepe; Barba, Tonelli, Rugani, Hysaj; Croce, Valdifiori, Matias Vecino; Verdi; Mchedlidze, Pucciarelli

Inter Milan: Samir Handanovic; Campagnaro, Nemanja Vidic, Ranocchia, D’Ambrosio; Fredy Guarin, Gary Medel; Hernanes, Rodrigo Palacio, Lukas Podolski; Mauro Icardi.