Sunday, December 18, 2011

Roman wolf slaughter napoli in San Paolo

Naples - AS Roma gave a nightmare for a dark horse team of Serie A, Napoli at San Paolo headquarters. Capital Wolves squad successfully embarrass the host with a convincing score of 3-1.
Roma host Napoli in the 16th giornata Serie A, Monday (12/19/2011) early morning hrs. In this match, both teams are equally balanced results capitalize on previous games. Napoli Novara retained, while the Romans came up with the capital while a draw against the top standings, Juventus.
However, the goddess fortuna seems reluctant to side with the Il Partenopei in the match this time. Evidently, the game just three minutes, Roma have managed to lead through an own goal keeper Morgan de Sanctis. Erik Lamela become the main actor behind the goal, after a horizontal kick hit Napoli defender Salvatore Aronica and then bounced toward Morgan de Sanctis, so the ball rolled into his own net. 1-0 to Roma.
Jolted with a quick goal Roma, Napoli camp immediately respond. Marek Hamsik spread threats twice within one minute (4 '& 5'). Unfortunately, two Slovakian playmaker this effort can still be defeated goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg. The 24th minute, Hamsik back to bite the fingers. Juan Camilo Zuniga Utilizing feedback, execution Hamsik failed to produce goals, although the goal was empty.
The fate fateful returns are accepted Napoli, Ezequiel Lavezzi when it failed to score despite having to outwit Stekelenburg in the 34th minute. The Argentine striker kick hit the crossbar. The club will face Chelsea in the Champions League last 16 is really bad luck.
Rome itself was not without opportunities. In the 38th minute for example, Danielle De Rossi gives a sweet feed to Pablo Osvaldo. However, Italian-blooded Argentine striker failed to convert them into goals. Three minutes later, turn Lamela who fail to maximize the chances he gets. This time the execution of the release still hit the goalpost. Score 1-0 to Roma survive until the interval.
In the second interval, Napoli kicked off by scoring a goal back when the game entered the third minute. Unfortunately, the goals scored by Christian Maggio after maximizing bait Hamsik, the referee disallowed the Italian defender who judge first foul on Leandro Greco. Napoli was nevertheless scored a reply.
When the middle intense pace, Napoli have conceded more precisely. Entering the 59th minute, Roma successfully doubling the lead after Francesco Totti pass pretty well resolved by Osvaldo from close range. Roma 2-0 further away.
Stung with the second goal, Napoli continued to menggeber attacks in order to maintain his own face in public. In the 71st minute, Zuniga release feed cooked immediately struck by Edinson Cavani, but unfortunately the ball was still leads right into the arms of Stekelenburg.
Cavani returned to spread the threat a minute later. However, this time hard kick it releases only hit the side of the goal. Hard work finally paid off the retainer Naples on the 83rd minute. Again, Zuniga ruffled the defense of Rome and then release the bait into the penalty box. This time, Hamsik not waste it by firing into the top corner Stekelenburg.
Score 1-2 to burn the spirit of the courtier Napoli to reverse the situation in the remaining seven minutes of action. Also launched sporadic attacks continue. Apesnya However, instead of a counterweight scored, Napoli just have missed a goal back. Fabio Simplicio ensure the victory of Rome thanks to his goal in injury time, after Paolo Cannavaro and his shot on the turn into the goalkeeper De Sanctis. 3-1 lead to Rome was to survive until the referee blew the long whistle.
With this victory, the Romans successfully rocketed up four strips into seven positions standings with 21 points, or has a collection of points with Napoli who stuck in sixth position. However, the Azzurri camp ahead in goal difference.
Probable teams:
Napoli: De Sanctis; Campagnaro / Dossena (73 '), Cannavaro, Aronica; Maggio, Inler, Gargano / Mascara (66'), Zuniga; Hamsik, Lavezzi / Pandev (56 '); Cavani
Rome: Stekelenburg; Rosi, Heinze, Juan, Taddei; Simplicio, De Rossi, Greco / Perrotta (80 '); Lamela / Bojan (71'), Totti / Viviani (89 '), Osvaldo


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