Inter and Juventus convince in Italy and in Europe thanks to the two-man attack. Conte and Sarri have found a way to make their offensive department look their best. Talent and synchrony are the essential characteristics required of the attackers.
TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE – The double center forward seems to have come back into vogue in Serie A. Inter and Juventus have taken off and cut rivals by almost ten points. The elite of our league, in addition to the hunger for victories and a new-found winning mentality, seems to have rediscovered the passion for the attacking duo. This change of philosophy, shared by Maurizio Sarri and Antonio Conte , goes to collimate with a European attitude that seems to have repudiated the false nueve .
ELASTICITY – Inter left paper to its technician, who had been forced to bow to the crystalline talent of Eden Hazard and Willian at Chelsea . At that juncture, Conte had shown a good deal of mental flexibility, bending his dictates to the peculiarities of the players available. The arrival in the Nerazzurri, instead, coincided with the departure of Mauro Icardi, actually announced before the arrival of the former Juventus. The Argentine has never made the maximum paired with Lautaro Martinez , since the two often willingly ended up crushing their feet. The farewell of the former Sampdoria coincided with a net change of offensive philosophy. Mobile attackers, who live for the team and not just for the goal. Movements in sync, handshakes and understanding to be improved day after day. The twenty-two goals, scored together with Romelu Lukaku , have so far left no room for any kind of doubt.
CONTINGENCY – Juventus, for its part, was perhaps prey to contingencies and a market managed with too many worries. Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain 's stay was a real stroke of luck. The two Argentines have convinced Sarri, who in the meantime has killed Mario Mandzukic and is struggling with the delicate management of Cristiano Ronaldo . But the performance of the bianconeri, so far, has not made them regret this change in offensive hierarchies. The midfield roar, with the Argentine double punch , brought the top of the table in Serie A and in the Champions League. Sarri seems to have gone back a few years, when with Empoli he made sparks by coupling Francesco Tavano and Massimo Maccarone . The experience of Naples forced him to tack on a 4-3-3 then turned into dogma. But the two technicians, despite a practically inverse ideological path, have shown how important mental elasticity is in a society that wants to outperform the competition.
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