Cremonese-Napoli: live match
90′ + 6 – Finish Cremonese-Napoli: Success in Zinni 4-1 gives Spalletti the individual lead in the standings.
90′ + 5 – Fourth goal for Naples: Oliveira celebrates too, anticipating Radu on Di Lorenzo’s superb pass.
90′ + 4 – Radu dodges Napoli poker: a superhuman ex-Inter tackle on Lozano, caught in the middle by Simeone.
90′ + 3 – The third goal of Naples: a deadly counter-attack, deceives Kvaratskhelia in the shot and gives Lozano the scoring with an empty goal.
88 & # 39; – Great opportunity Cremonese didn’t take: Okereke expands too much and fails to hit the net, then drops back and points Ciofani into the area, with the ball out at the bottom.
82′ – Rahmani was knocked out after blocking Okereke to be replaced by Ostegaard (also in Oliveira for Mario Rui). Ciofani acquires Ascacibar in the Cremona region.
77′ – Napoli again in advantage: After Kvaratschilia’s right-footed shot off Gregorosa’s defence, Simeone beat Rado with a header – reversible on exit – with Mario Roy’s brush stroke on the far post.
73′ – Spalletti throws Lozano and Zielinski at the Battle of Raspadori and Politano, Alvini plays Buonaiuto and Aiwu cards for Valeri and Dessers. Chance for Meité: High Ball.
68 & # 39; – Sernicola stops with bad Kvaratskhelia on the edge of the left corner of the Cremonese penalty area: yellow card. Mario puts Roy in the middle, Anguisa protests the detention.
59 & # 39; – Cremonese Again at the start of the second half, Sernicola goes to the bottom and Quagliata kicks the first intention: the ball is in the curve. He remembers Alvini Escalante, soon on the pitch in place of Felix.
56′ – Immediate response from Napoli, Raspadori devoured himself 2-1. In the meantime, Spalletti is calling for a change: Simeone will replace Ndombele.
54′ – Push the Cremonese: Dessers kicked in after a brilliant idea from Okereke, who then attempted a minute later with a stone from the edge breaking off the net.
48 & # 39; – Cremon graphic: Ascacibar filter, Dessers mock Meret with a touch underneath.
46′ – We start over for the second break: in Cremonese Okereke takes Zanimacchia’s place. Napoli is immediately dangerous: Raspadori’s right, Radu dodges 2-0.
45′ + 2 – After two minutes of recovery, the first half is over at Zinni: Napoli leads Cremonese 1-0.
45′ + 1 – Kvaratskhelia hunts Anguisa in the area who discards Raspadori alone in the middle and tries to use a very high left hand.
35′ – Desires goes too far for Rahmani, then tries to dribble too many times and Kim saves Napoli with a great shutdown.
29′ – Anguisa’s pass is very risky for Merritt who, pressured by Dessers, resorts to a side foul.
26′ – Napoli goal: Politano scores from a penalty kick by Kvaratsellia.
17′ – Zanimacchia is tough on Lobotka: The gray and red midfielder on loan from Juventus is the first yellow card of the match.
10′ – After a chance that Anguisa did not take advantage of, Cremonese is very dangerous: Zanimachia’s crossbar, Desires – on rebound and offside – does not frame the goal.
2′ – On Rahmani’s personal initiative, stoned from the right top of the Lombard region, the ball hits the top of the crossbar.
1′ – Parties: Cremonese-Napoli started.
Everything is ready at the Giovanni Zini Stadium: Alvini’s Cremonese host Luciano Spalletti Napoli, in search of individual precedence in the standings.
Cremonese-Naples official squad
Cremonese (4-2-3-1): Rado. Cernicola, Bianchetti; Losochvili, Valerie; Quail, ascacipar. Meitè, Zanimacchia, and Afena Gyan; sweets. Coach: Alvini.
Naples (4-3-3): Merritt. DiLorenzo, Rahmani; Kim, Mario Roy; Anguise, Lobotka, Ndombele; Politano, Raspaduri, Kvaratskhelia. Coach: Spalletti.
Rule: Palermo Abyss.
Auxiliaries: De Meo Munden.
Fourth man: bags.
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