‘Two Players Should Inter Expelled’

Napoli coach, Walter Mazzarri surprised by the complaints pelaih Inter Milan, Claudio Ranieri related penalty. Mazzarri precisely assess if two Nerazzurri players should be removed from the game.

Two goals Edinson Cavani Napoli passed to the Coppa Italia semi-finals after passing the obstacles Inter in the quarter-finals in San Paolo, Thursday (01/26/2012) pm dawn.

As reported previously, Rainieri furious with the referee’s decision that does not give a penalty to his team following a breach of Diego Milito.

Was unhappy with the comment that, even replying Mazzarri. If Inter are entitled Raineri assess a penalty was awarded, then he considered that two of his players were expelled from the game proper.

“Ranieri is a great coach who I admire, but Jiak he said so then he should also remember that two of their players should be kicked out,” sprayed Mazzarri on Football Italia.

“Wesley Sneijder should have been given a red card when making a terrible offense to Walter Gargano while Cristian Chivu deserved a second yellow card. If I think the team should be penalized on this night, yes Napoli.”

With this victory, Napoli successfully stop a plucked seven-game winning streak in all competitions as well as Inter rule out the defending champion.

“Inter in a moment of great performance, which says a lot of what we accomplished on this night,” continued Mazzarri.

“I think our performance is always good, whether dealing with large clubs or small. All the players are the first choice players and has many champions in a squad is in fact not a problem,” he finished.


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