Ball to Juve. Six days after overtaking in the standings, the equal to Inter Milan's white nets offers the Bianconeri the chance to return to the top. And to the Nerazzurri of Conte, according to Tuttosport, what is a habit from the parts of the Continassa has been missing: " Just ninety minutes from the overtaking suffered, Juve tonight at the Olimpico will already have the ball of the break. This time – unlike in past – Inter lacked a killer instinct, perhaps because, after overtaking Juventus, the Nerazzurri really felt the obligation to win, a habit for Juventus, a novelty that Inter will soon have to get used to if Inter wants to run head to the bottom ". In terms of performance, the Nerazzurri did not disappoint despite the numerous absences: "An Inter that anyway, against a Roma that had very different quality in midfield, played a good match, suffering the right in defense and building four balls important goals, the last, in the second half, always signed by Vecino on Borja Valero's filter: that was the only occasion in which Mirante's merits were more than the demerits of the interist who could hardly do more ". The two teams have shown the idea of the two coaches right from the start: " The first half was a chess game between Conte and Fonseca, who was good at shielding Brozovic and making Mancini and Lukaku from Smalling a man Martinez all-out, to avoid the Nerazzurean restarts. The intent of the two coaches is very clear: Conte, having a holder on three in midfield, has planned the team to regularly skip it, paying almost obsessively to verticalize on the attackers, often very productive attitude in the races played so far away (see the goals scored in Brescia and Turin). Roma, on the other hand, focused on quality thanks to the perpetual motion of Pellegrini, often unreachable for Inter players, but paid for the absence of Dzeko who, even when he entered , has shown to have deflated tires because it is still weakened by the flu ".
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