Mourinho stops Spalletti’s winning streak

And the Roma from Jose Mourinho the first team to “stop” the Naples from Spalletti: after the eight victories in a row, the Azzurri are forced on an equal footing without goals in the beautiful Sunday match of the Olimpico, lived at a very high pace and that in the final (in addition to the goal canceled at Osimhen) saw the removal of the Special One for double yellow. Same thing for Spalletti, but kicked out in the post-match for an ironic applause to the referee. The new Serie A ranking now has two masters: Napoli and Milan they all look down on their 25 points.

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Rome-Naples a battle: Mourinho and Spalletti expelled

Mourinho sent off, goal canceled in Osimhen

Better Napoli in the dribble, Roma more dangerous on occasions. At least in the first few minutes. After the timid attempts of Pellegrini e Zaniolo, And Abraham (close to half an hour) to blatantly waste the advantage network. The English striker, not yet at the top due to a flare-up of the ankle problem, also gets yellow for having returned to the field without the referee’s authorization. The Olimpico match is also the match of Spalletti’s return, greeted by a banner that recalls the old rusts with Totti: “Little man, here you are again …“. Clear, but not very clear, Insigne’s chance (with his shot around) in the first half final. On the carom Mancini-Osimhen, however, everything happens: the ball ends up on Rui Patricio’s post and on the rebound Karsdorp decisively avoids the sure advantage of Mario Rui. Naples with an Osi on the shields (chipped crossbar at 63 ‘), Rome with great pride and close to the party with Pellegrini’s turn and the header of Mancini. The closing of the match is electrifying: both teams try the forcing of the possible victory, Mou is chased by Massa for protests and the joy of Osimhen (on the net at 88 ‘) is throttled by the linesman.


Mourinho stops Spallettis winning streak

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