If Shown as opponents Napoli, Inter Will Beat Hard Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg – Inter Milan’s performance against Napoli is considered to be okay when they were able to catch up with two goals. But for Roberto Mancini, the Nerazzurri will be difficult to beat Wolfsburg if we play like that.
A visit to the home to Napoli at the end of last week, Inter fell behind 0-2 to the hosts. Then they got up to the starting goal Rodrigo Palacio and rescue a point through a penalty Mauro Icardi.
The success of the Inter force Napoli draw at the San Paolo itself received praise, especially the fashion capital club come under scrutiny due to its performance did not improve in the hands of Mancini.
The next exam come midweek when they pay a visit to the Volkswagen Arena on Friday (13/3) early morning hrs later, to fight the champ Germany, Wolfsburg, which this season amid look okay.
They are now in second place and his attacker, Bas Dost, also being sharp-sharp to make 13 goals from 12 matches in the Bundesliga.
Given the quality of the opponent, Mancini had already cautioned Icardi et al. can improve the appearance and no longer concede easily as against Napoli, if you really want to win in the first leg of the Europa League round of 16 this.
“I think Inter appearance against Napoli will not be enough to win the game tomorrow night,” Mancini said as quoted by Football Italia.
“We must unite our performance against Napoli, Cagliari, and of many other matches,” said the 49-year coach.
“We must be careful not to concede too much. We have to be patient, be careful when survive, and attack with a lot of players.”
“We must take advantage of every opportunity there is to win this game but we have to remember that this game was played for 180 minutes.”
“I think when we were drawn against the strongest team, it memperlhatkan that we are able to pass the challenge that lies ahead of us.”
“Wolfsburg was a team full of threats. The players know that we have to pass through a great team to get through to the next round, but anything can happen in 180 minutes,” said Mancini.