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  • Udinese 3-1 Inter: Di Natale great free-kick

    For the first time since handled Leonardo manager, Inter Milan's defeat to swallow pills, namely 1-3 of Udinese in Serie A continued on Sunday (23/01/2011). As a result, the Inter sitting in fifth position with 35 points, or lose six points of the ruler while AC Milan.

    Leonardo train Inter replace Rafael Benitez last December. He has sailed the four games to lead Inter Serie A and Italian Cup with a match record of always winning.

    Against Udinese, Inter will look to continue perfect record. Playing as the visitors, their superior first through Dejan Stankovic in the 16th minute. Menguaasai bait Thiago Motta in the middle of the penalty box, he fired a shot accurately into the bottom right corner of goal, which failed to anticipate Samir Handanovic.

    However, five minutes later, the advantage was lost as a result scored Udinese's Cristian Zapata printed at minute 21. Being in the middle of the penalty box, he managed to master bait and Giampiero Pinzi struck into the top right corner of the goal.

    Inter have not created a new threat, when Udinese turned excel thanks to Antonio Di Natale scored at minute 25. Gol Stankovic violation stems from the Gökhan Inler, who led a penalty for the host. Di Natale is believed to execute send the ball into the bottom right corner of goalkeeper Luca Castellazzi.

    The game lasted more difficult and characterized a number of actions to attack each other. In minute 51, for example, re-creating opportunities Udinese goal by Maurizio Domizi, which unfortunately in the hands of Luca Castellazzi raw. Inter reply to it through Lucio, who also shot did not produce goals from Samir Handanovic action.

    Both sides continued to exchange threats with no solution, until Maurizio Domizzi do it in the 69th minute. Gol started from bait Kwadwo Asamoah received Domizzi outside the penalty box. Domizzi then fired the ball accurately and failed driven Luca Castelazzi.

    After that, Udinese rather than loosen the attack, but instead increasingly insistent urging Inter. Although then failed to add a goal, they are able to maintain the advantage until the long whistle sounded.

    Over 90 minutes, Udinese had the ball as much as 45 percent and created the seven golden opportunity from 12 businesses. As for Inter's six shots off accurately from 11 experiments.

    Team Line-up:
    Udinese: Samir Handanovic; Cristian Zapata, Maurizio Domizi, Medhi Benatia; Kwadwo Asamoah, Giampiero Pinzi, Gökhan Inler, Pablo Armero, Mauricio Isla, Antonio Di Natale, Alexis Sanchez
    Inter: Luca Castellazzi; Ivan Cordoba. Lucio, Cristian Chivu, Maicon, Esteban Cambiasso, Dejan Stankovic, Thiago Motta, Javier Zanetti, Samuel Eto'o, Goran Pandev


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