CAGLIARI – The first half of Cagliari-Inter did not give great emotions but a very important slow motion episode. At 25 ', Inter went into the goal with Lautaro Martinez. The Argentine striker scored ahead, anticipating Cerri, on a cross from Sensi. The referee Maresca canceled the Argentine's goal for offside but was called to order by the VAR.
At that point a long talk began in the middle of the field between the referee Maresca and his assistants who were seeing the game in the VAR room in front of the monitors to decide on the controversial episodes. After about four minutes, Maresca announced his decision to the players on the pitch.
The referee assigned the goal to Lautaro Martinez because the Argentina national striker was in a regular position at the time of the winning touch. It was kept in play by both Cerri and Joao Pedro. Let's talk about cm, without the help of technology it would have been impossible to decide correctly on this episode from slow motion. In these cases, the VAR is decisive.
The match, Antonio Conte "rejected" Barella in his Cagliari.
Antonio Conte has rejected Barella. The coach from Lecce took to the field with a large midfield where the idol of the house did not find space. Barella sat on the bench to make room for a three-way line formed by Vecino Brozovic and Sensi.
In short, Antonio Conte did not want to change and wanted to confirm the three midfielders who had done very well against Lecce. Recall that both Brozovic and Sensi had managed to score in the course of the four to zero trimmed to Lecce.
CAGLIARI (3-5-2): Olsen; Pisacane, Ceppitelli, Klavan; Nandez, Rog, Nainggolan, Ionita, Pellegrini; Joao Pedro, Cerri. Coach: Maran
INTER (3-5-2) : Handanovic; D'Ambrosio, Ranocchia, Skriniar; Candreva, Vecino, Brozovic, Sensi, Asamoah; Lautaro, Lukaku. Coach: Count
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