Why the **** is Inter linked with every ****ty 30+ player that is way passed their sell by date? Evra, Vidic, Eto'o, Sagna etc. Are we like a retirement home or something? Ffs Mazzari.
From what I saw (which was only bits due to watching Porto) I feel Milan were unlucky to go into HT being 1-0 down. Kaka had that great double chance only for Buffon to save one shot and then Bonucci to save his rebound off the line. Sounds like Milan were unlucky throughout though but I guess this is what can happen if you don’t take your chances, especially against a Juve side as good as this. That goal by Tevez was absolutely stunning too.
I also caught parts of the Livorno-Napoli match. What a terrible goal to concede by Napoli, a horrible howler by Reina. Napoli were disappointing though, a poor performance by them. A perfect chance for Fiorentina to close the gap for the CL spot only for them to mess up by losing to Lazio.
I managed to watch Cagliari-Udinese this morning too. I’ve certainly had my fair share of Italian football today. I feel the score line flatters Cagliari but a great win for them, especially with everyone below them not managing to win so they’ve been able to create a bit more of gap from the relegation zone.
A good round of games next week with the top four playing each other. Juve-Fiorentina with the early Sunday morning KO and then Napoli-Roma with the late Sunday KO. Parma-Verona also on the Sunday which should be a good battle for the Europa League spot.
Looks like the relegation battle is the only thing left to play for...
It's a shame because I genuinely envisaged 6 or so teams fighting for the top 3.
I don't think you can ever get bored of watching a Pirlo free kick. They all just look so effortless and like he could take them with his eyes shut. Absolutely perfect.
People probably won't appreciate the intelligence behind that. Looking at the position the keeper took (too crouched down) and his follow through or lack there of, that was a chipped with pace.
Huge win for Bologna that.
Goals galore in Serie A this weekend, some great goals too. Taddei for Roma yesterday, then today Dries Mertens scored a stunner, both Torino goals were decent, Cuadrado for Fiorentina, Iturbe with a run from his own half and a cool finish, and then Montolivo for Milan tonight.