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A brilliant piece of skill from the on-form Arturo Vidal had taken the Chilean clean through the Nerazzurri backline to square for a Carlos Tevez tap-in. A communal groan was likely audible in one half of Milan. However, Inter rallied.

A controversial 1-0 win for Roma against Udinese had Zebrette fans lamenting the absence of goal line technology on the peninsula, but the win moves the Giallorossi to within a point of Juve at the summit.

Roberto Mancini is beginning to make his mark.

This would be another moment at which Inter would have been expected to fold like a wet napkin not long ago. However, they held out for the remaining five minutes to gain a valuable and well-earned point, demonstrating the trait they showed in their comeback against Lazio that is best described with one guttural Italian wor菠菜收录d: grinta.

After all, he did inherit Walter Mazzarri’s squad and the two Coaches have very different philosophies. Inter’s former boss was often criticised for his stubbornness in persisting with 3-5-2 and Mancini, who favours four at the back, has struggled in his attempts to change shape with very few natural wide players in the squad.

Meanwhile, Gianfranco Zola’s return to his homeland could not have gone much worse as his Cagliari side were humbled 5-0 by Palermo in the former striker’s debut on the Isolani bench.

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Even though it was a heartening Inter performance, Mancini’s initial aim of qualifying for the Champions League is looking more and more distant. The race for third place took a significant turn this 澳门云鼎week as a Felipe Anderson-inspired Lazio hammered Sampdoria 3-0 and Napoli defeated Cesena 4-1 to see both sides move three points clear of the rest after Milan and Fiorentina’s shock defeats to Sassuolo and Parma respectively and Genoa’s draw with Atalanta..

They began to look comfortable and create chances, and were eventually rewarded in the second half thanks to an excellent finish from Mauro Icardi. The young Argentine then squandered a golden opportunity to put them in front before Mateo Kovacic was shown a straight red card for a reckless challenge.

His burst down the left flank and low whipped delivery to Icardi really should have resulted in a winning goal for the Nerazzurri, but the World Cup winner was denied his Roy of the Rovers moment. In many ways, the German international represents a true Mancini footballer – energetic, direct, versatile.

Despite a poor start under the former Manchester City boss in which they have gained six points from six games, Mancio has only now been given the chance to form the side in his image as the January transfer window opens.

Should the Coach continue to work effectively in the market during this month, there is no reason why he cannot drag his side out of obscurity and back towards the European places. If nothing else, squad unity will be boosted hugely by the result against Juventus and coming back from 2-0 down against Lazio.

Grinta alone will not be enough to satisfy Mancini, who will be more than aware of the lack of quality in his squad. January will be the time when we see his Inter begin to take shape.

Tuesday evening’s debutant Lukas Podolski impressed after his second half introduction and could prove to be an astute piece of business from Mancini in that department. The winger offers the pace and directness that was so painfully absent from the team under Mazzarri.