Inter Milan and Napoli Share Numbers at San Paolo

Inter Milan and Napoli Share Numbers at San Paolo
Napoli - Inter Milan and Napoli play 0-0 in the ninth week of Serie A games 2017-2018 at San Paolo Stadium on Saturday (21/10/2017). These results do not change the position of both in the Serie A standings.

Inter Milan ranked kedia with a collection of 23 points. Meanwhile, Napoli are at the top with two points difference.

Playing in front of his own supporters, Napoli opened the opportunity through Marek Hamsik when the game runs five minutes. However, Hamsik's right leg kick was still wide on the left side of the goal.

Five minutes later, Inter Milan's turn almost scored with a right-foot shot from Roberto Gagliardini. After that, the visitors again threatened by kicking Danilo D'Ambrosio's left foot from outside the penalty box.

Entering the 20th minute, Jose Callejon and Dries Mertens take turns threatening Inter Milan goalkeeper. Lucky for the visitors, goalkeeper Samir Handanovic look brilliant.

Mauro Icardi almost opened up Inter Milan's lead five minutes from half-time. However, his right leg kick is still able to be driven Napoli goalkeeper, Pepe Reina. 0-0 score lasted until the first half ended.

Entering the second half, Inter Milan threatened directly as though the right foot Matias Vecino. However, Reina is still able to save the net.

Napoli almost broke the deadlock in the 84th minute through Piotr Zielinski. However, the ball of his right foot kick is still able ditepis Handanovic.

0-0 score does not change until the game ends. Inter Milan and Napoli had to be content to share the numbers.

Composition of Players:

Napoli (4-3-3): 25-Pepe Reina; 23-Elseid Hysaj, 33-Raul Albiol, 26-Kalidou Koulibaly, 31-Faouzi Ghoulam; 5-Allan (30-Marko Rog 76 '), 8-Jorginho, 17-Marek Hamsik (20-Piotr Zielinski 72'); 7-Jose Callejon, 14-Dries Mertens, 24-Lorenzo Insigne (37-Adam Ounas 80 ').

Coach: Maurizio Sarri (Italy)

Inter Milan (4-2-3-1): 1-Samir Handanovic; 33-Danilo D'Ambrosio, 37-Milan Skriniar, 25-Miranda, 55-Yuto Nagatomo; 11-Matias Vecino, 5-Roberto Gagliardini; 87-Andrea Candreva (7-Joao Cancelo 82 '), 20-Borja Valero (10-Joao Mario 71'), 44-Ivan Perisic; 9-Mauro Icardi (23-Eder 87 ').

Coach: Luciano Spalletti (Italy)

Referee: Luca Banti

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