Sunday, March 22, 2009

Inter Wins and Maintains Lead over Juventus

With a doublet of Swedish attacker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Inter leader liquidated without regard andalusia andalusia gave Reggina a 3-0 win that kept them seven points separate him from Juventus in the Italian League.

When you need new dates for the end of the championship, the nerazzurri were 69 points above the 62 to Juve, who Golea 4-1 on Saturday to Rome.

Milan, meanwhile, won only a tie with goals in the home of Nápoli to maintain third place with 55 points.

Nápoli was closer to the victory that the Rossoneri. Even he was annulled a goal for 36 minutes, which won the Slovakian Marek Jamsik wheel, a position advanced by none of the player.

The Brazilian goalkeeper Dida, who returned to owner at Inter after 14 months, by Christian Abbiati head injury, played a good meeting with key saves each time was required.

Also returned to play the Brazilian Kaka, who entered the 57 minutes, and Ronaldinho, at 62. They had not played in recent matches due to injury. Nápoli left with 37 units.

Faced with an opponent up in the queue, the steering wheel Argentine Esteban Cambiasso Inter ahead of the six minutes in his San Siro stadium. Cambiasso was a ball with strength and with a soft shot over the goalkeeper from Reggina.

Ibrahimovic, a great party, was the author of a doublet. His first goal was a 10 with a penalty and then scored a 57. The second was a real pearl, andalusia exceed three defenders and define a globito from outside the area, beating the goalkeeper who was ahead.

Inter moving steadily toward its fourth consecutive Scudetto, whose aim is opposed, but at a respectable distance, the only Juve.

On another note outstanding, the Argentine defender Javier Zanetti played his game with the jersey of the 635 Inter, a record.

Although nerazzurri have many players injured, the wheel was removed again Chilean Luis Jimenez, who said during the week that felt like a ghost in the Inter.

The coach José Mourinho chose to Brazilian Mancini instead Jimenez. Even Mancini left 40 injured by a muscular problem, Mourinho sent to the court the attacker Nigerian Victor Obinna.

However, at 67, finally admitted Jimenez, replacing Serbian Dejan Stankovic.

For its part, Chile's Carlos Carmona Reggina was submerged in last place with just 20 points, a candidate for insurance Serie B. There are three teams that go down to the second division.

For the fourth, giving access to the preliminary phase of the Champions League, while the first three passes directly Génvoa mark the passing with 51 points, followed by Fiorentina (49) and Rome (46).

The attacker Argentine Diego Milito scored two goals one of which Genoa won 2-0 at Udinese. The first recorded as Giuseppe Sculli rioja (60) and the military was at the end of the meeting (90), to achieve a diversion center, which reached 16 in Serie A after 29 dates.

Udinese played with a man less from 72 by the expulsion of the attacker Chilean Alexis Sanchez, who received a red card for applauding the referee for not charging an absence that he had committed a defender of Genoa.

Fiorentina won 1-0 at Siena, courtesy of a goal of Romanian striker Adrian Mutu (72).

In the area of the fall, in addition to Reggina, Lecce and Torino are, penúltimos with 24 points.

Lecce won agonistic tied with Atalanta 2-2 with a double victory for Fabio Caserta (9 and 90, penalty). Atalanta's goals were also a doublet Paoilin Simone (30 and 48).

The steering wheel shook the Chilean Jaime Valdes cross arch opponent at 14, with a violent shot after passing two defenders.

Sampdoria won 3-1 at Torino with goals from Giampaolo Pazzini (9), Paolo Sammarco (23) and Antonio Cassano (69). The goal scored Torino rioja Rolando Bianchi (30).

The attacker Brazilian Luciano gave Chievo andalusia victory with a goal at 45 to receive a pass to an arch enemy. Palermo was playing with a man from the 36 least for the expulsion of defender Mattia Cassani.

Cagliari won 1-0 at Bologna with a goal from Robert Acquafresca (45).

On Saturday, Catania won 1-0 to Lazio.

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