Inter 2-1 Cagliari: Motta, Cautinho great-finish
Midfielder Thiago Motta and defender Philippe Countinho who scored a 2-1 win over Inter Milan Cagliari, at the San Siro on Saturday (19/11/2011). This is the first victory in three games last Inter in Serie-A.
Playing at home, Inter had trouble developing the game and several times threatened by the onslaught of Cagliari.
In the first ten minutes, for example, Cagliari created two chances through Albin Ekdal and Radja Nainggolan. While the execution Ekdal missed, the ball can be anticipated header Nainggolan Julio Cesar.
Inter could only reply to this threat through a right-foot shot Giampaolo Pazzini in the 21st minute, which, while accurate can be tamed Michael Agazzi.
Afterwards, Inter seemed able to master the situation. In addition to reducing the attack for the visitors, they also dominate the game. Until the 30th minute, Mauro Zarate, Esteban Cambiasso, and Pazzini alternately opened fire, but not powerful enough to conquer Michael Agazzi.
The game continues like that, until the halftime whistle sounded, the scoreboard shows the numbers 0-0.
Inter back quickly lost in taking the initiative to attack in the second half. However, Nainggolan shot in the 52nd minute off the mark, Inter launched an offensive that led Motta scored in the 54th minute. From a close distance, kicked Motta bait Pazzini enter the top right corner of goalkeeper Michael Agazzi.
Cagliari has not created a meaningful threat to Inter, as Coutinho managed to kick up the bait Ricardo Alvarez entered the top right corner of the goal of Cagliari, in the 60th minute.
Cagliari then play more aggressively. Although able to force Inter to reduce the intensity of the attacks, the effort is not sufficiently dangerous opponents Cagliari. Such a situation continues, until Joaquin Larrivey scored a reply in the 88th minute. Larrivey Cesar conquered by the use of bait Radja Nainggolan.
Later, Cagliari appears increasingly eager to pursue the second goal. Different from before, their efforts this time did not change position until the end.
During the match, Inter controlled the ball as much as 55 percent and creating eight accurate shots from 18 businesses. The release of three shots Cagliari bead of six experiments.
Inter: Julio Cesar; Walter Samuel, Andrea Ranocchia, Javier Zanetti, Johathan (Marco Davide Faraoni 87); Thiago Motta, Philippe Coutinho (Joel Chukwuma Obi 66), Esteban Cambiasso, Dejan Stankovic; Giampaolo Pazzini, Mauro Zarate (Ricardo Alvarez 45)
Cagliari: Michael Agazzi; Lorenzo Ariaudo, Michele Canini, Alessandro Agostini, Francesco Pisano; Daniele Conti, Albin Ekdal (Segundo Ibarbo 62), Radja Nainggolan, Davide Biondini (Rui Sampaio 80); Nene (Joaquin Larrivey 60), Francesco Pisano