Atalanta 1-1 Napoli: Denis, Cavani scored
Edinson Cavani emerged as Napoli hero during a visit to the headquarters Atalanta. His goal in injury time save Partenopei of defeat.
Compete at the Azzurri d'Italia on Saturday (11/26/2011) , Cavani successfully forcing a draw game ended with the score 1-1.
The results of this series did not change the position of Napoli, ranked seventh standings with 16 results 11 times a game. Meanwhile, Atalanta is now at position 13 with the acquisition of 14 points 12 times competing results.
Guest camp immediately kicked the kick-off post. Blerim Dzemaili Napoli throw the first opportunity after his left leg kick deviated slightly after the use of bait Walter Gargano.
Soon a header pass from Marek Hamsik forwarded by Edinson Cavani also not meet the target.
Atlanta returned through German Denis. Starting from one of Thomas Mandfedini oper accepted by kicking into the hard left from outside the penalty box. The result? melebas thin it to the left of goalkeeper Morgan de Sanctis.
In minute 40, Denis had a chance from close range after crossing Maximiliano Lopez perform. Unfortunately, his right foot shot was too high and deviated to the left.
The deadlock finally broken. Atalata now leads 1-0 after Denis opened the scoring on 64 minutes.
Disadvantaged, Napoli stepped up attacks to try to make a goal back. However, the new goal is created towards the end of the game.
In injury time, Cavani breaking goal for Atalanta change the score to 1-1 after continued feedback from Mario Santana. Match between Atalanta vs. Napoli finished, the score 1-1 into the final score of this game.
Atalanta: Andrea Consigli, Thomas Manfredini, Stefano Lucchini, Federico Peluso, Andrea Masiello, Carlos (Giacomo Bonaventura 85 '), LucaCigarini, Simone Padoin, Mathias Schelotto, German Denis (Manolo Gabbiadini), Maximiliano Morales (Guido Marilungo 82')
Napoli: Morgan De Sanctis, Paolo Cannavaro, Hugo Campagnaro, Federico (Christian Maggio 68 '), Blerim Dzemaili (Mario Santaa 64), Walter Gargano, Andrea Dossena, Juan Zuniga, Edinson Cavani, Marek Hamsik, Goran Pandev (Ezequiel Lavezzi 62' )