The "Corriere dello Sport" emphasizes that Inter-Roma could be decided by an inactive ball. the two teams are in fact the best attacks in this area.
BEST ATTACK – Watch out for balloons: not only from eleven meters, but also from the edge of the area, from the flag or even from the trocar. This evening at San Siro could be an indication of imminent goals, given that Rome and Inter are the teams that in the league make the best use of the idle balls. The team coached by the Portuguese Paulo Fonseca, who in this way scored 46% of his goals, 12 out of a total of 26, was deadly. Four came on penalty, two from Kolarov's direct punishments, but six others from the ability of the Giallorossi cuirassiers to dominate the scrums, especially if primed by the excellent parables of Pellegrini and Veretout. The predisposition to exploit inactive balloons has solved complicated situations several times. Clear example, the match with Brescia, in which for the whole first half the Giallorossi found themselves clashing against a wall, before resolving the practice in the second half, with three corner kicks.
BEST DEFENSE – This time, however, the task of Smalling (one of the most feared in the fray) and teammates is more difficult: Inter is the team that suffers less goals on developments than set pieces , only one since the start of the championship. Normal, with de Vrij, Skriniar and Godin cleaning the area. At the same time, Conte's team of goals from inactive balls made 11, one less than Roma, out of the 31 scored so far. The five penalties are obviously decisive (3 Lukaku and 2 Lautaro).
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