“Inter had 19 shots and Genoa had 8, the real problem for the Nerazzurri is the lack of a clinical attack”


Italian journalist Fabio Ravezzani believes Inter’s lack of efficiency in front of goal was on full display in their frustrating 0-0 draw at Genoa last night in Serie A.

Tweeting after the game, the reporter pointed out that the Nerazzurri had clearly dominated the shot count, but paid for their inability to be truly ruthless to seize their chance to drop points once again.

Inter enjoyed nearly three quarters of possession against the Griffone, and they spent the game looking for scoring opportunities, while the home side’s threat on the block seemed mostly to be in the early stages of the game. .

However, despite all that territorial control, Inter never really showed that they could turn any of their brightest moments into a goal, as they were content with shots from distance or effort. in a crowded penalty area.

For Ravezzani, it showed that the Nerazzurri lack edge against organized opposition defensively.

Inter had nineteen shots on goal, Genoa had eight,” he wrote. “This figure alone is enough to understand that the real problem with this team is in attack.”

He added: “If they don’t unlock it, they’re in trouble. Suffice it to say, incredibly, Correa has the best goals-to-time ratio at this point.


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