The Nerazzurri are currently 4 points behind the Serie A leaders
Milan. -Pointer Napoli suffered his first defeat of the season, a 3-2 loss at Inter Milan. This allowed him to revalidate his claim for the Serie A title.
Dries Mertens scored Naples’ second goals, adding excitement to the agony of the game. He shot the crossbar but missed the discounted draw.
The Nerazzurri were only 4 points behind the leaders Naples and Milan after 13 rounds, which also ended the Napoli’s status as the only unbeaten in the top five European leagues.
Spalletti’s players pay tribute Diego Maradona. He died on November 25, last year. Another Argentine scored in the 61st minute.
Spalletti, the Naples coach, has returned to San Siro since he was fired in 2019 by Inter Milan.
Lautaro Martnez scored Inter’s third goal with the assistance of Joaquin Correa. It was almost impossible for him to run from one area to the other.
Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic saved the win by restraining Mario Rui’s stoppage-time shot. The ball struck the crossbar before Mertens failed.
Hakan Çalhanoğlu blocked Niccolò Barrera’s shot with his hand in the area of Kalidou Koulibaly in the 25th game and was confirmed by VAR.
Piotr Zweckinski stated that the visiting team was able to move on before the age 17.
The Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina defeated Varela’s goal cries shortly before the break. Ospina couldn’t stop Ivan Perisic from kicking the corner kick.
Martinez increased the gap but Mertens’ goal, his 78th goal in Naples, made him happy.
Cagliari was relegated by Joao Cancelo, a Brazilian forward, in a 2-2 draw against Sassuolo.
Sampdoria’s victory in Salernitana territory gave the club the opportunity to take Cagliari’s place in the Destiny Zone.
Also, in the second period, Nigerian striker David Okrek scored to help Venice beat Bologna by 1-0.