(ANSA) – Napoli, March 22 – “Skriniar and I were able to talk about the weekend matches in the Italian championship, we were joking with each other. For me, the most dangerous opponents are Inter and Milan but there are still 24 points available, the situation is open and it can happen Anything “. This is the Napoli situation described by Stanislav Lobotka, the blue midfielder who gave an interview to Slovakian website Sport Aktuality while on his national team.
Lobotka spoke with his national team-mate who plays for Inter in the standings that sees Milan at 66 points, Napoli at 63 and Inter, with a match to recover, at 60 and also mentions Juventus: “Juventus – he says – had a bad start to the season. Now he’s trying Catching up, but the teams in front of him are of high quality and can play great matches. The next three matches after the break will make us understand whether we can fight for the title or not, we will play against Atalanta, Fiorentina and Roma. All these three rivals are very strong. For me The two most difficult rivals remain Milan and Inter Milan. Both teams play accelerated football. They are still trying to press and I consider them the biggest contenders in the title battle.” The midfielder took the starting jersey in midfield and the role in the national team this year: “I don’t – he says – put pressure on myself, I will play with commitment as always.
Compared to last season, I play a lot more, so I feel comfortable both physically and mentally. I can say that I am well prepared. Lobotka also returned to the knockout knockout against Barcelona in the Europa League: “Barcelona – he explains – is different from what it was a few years ago, but if you look at how they play now they have tremendous quality. He played very well against us in both games. We did what we could, but the current Barcelona is very good and was beyond our strength.” (Ansa).
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