Napoli almost won at Paris Saint-Germain in the European Champions League last weekend, unfortunately Angel Di Maria’s late goal in the second half of injury time frustrated Carlo Ancelotti’s team victory.
Of course, this is not good for Partenopei, but they have to forget about it and refocus on Italy’s Serie A match this weekend. Moreover, Napoli will face AS Roma, where the super big match will take place on Monday morning, 29 October 2018 at the Stadio San Paolo, Naples.
Napoli at the beginning of this season did appear brilliantly under the direction of new manager Carlo Ancelotti. The arrival of the success former coach of AC Milan’s seems to really bring blessings to the Partenopei. In fact, as we said, they almost won 3 points from a trip to the Paris Saint-Germain headquarters last week in the continuation of the European Champions League Group Phase, unfortunately at the end of the game, free kick Angel Di Maria broke Napoli’s victory.
In fact, it was the 2nd draw recorded by Napoli this season from 12 matches that have taken place, two defeats and eight wins. Meanwhile, AS Roma had started the season with poor results, but Eusebio Di Francesco’s team then rose slowly. It was also seen from the record of his last five games, in which the club won three wins and swallowed two defeats.
For Napoli, they must win in the next game, because in addition to playing at home, the distance with the top, Juventus are also increasingly trimmed following a draw obtained by the defending Serie A Champions Italy at the weekend against Genoa.
Head to head Matches – Napoli – AS Roma:
04.03.18 Napoli 2-4 AS Roma
15.10.17 AS Roma 0-1 Napoli
04.03.17 AS Roma 1-2 Naples
15.10.16 Napoli 1-3 AS Roma
25.04.16 AS Roma 1 – 0 Naples
Napoli’s Last 5 Matches:
25.10.18 Paris SG 2 – 2 Napoli
21.10.18 Udinese 0 – 3 Napoli
07.10.18 Napoli 2 – 0 Sassuolo
04.10.18 Napoli 1 – 0 Liverpool
29.09.18 Juventus 3-1 Napoli
AS Roma’s Last 5 Matches:
24.10.18 AS Roma 3 – 0 CSKA Moscow
20.10.18 AS Roma 0 – 2 Spal
07.10.18 Empoli 0-2 AS Roma
03.10.18 AS Roma 5 – 0 Plzen
29.09.18 AS Roma 3 – 1 Lazio
Napoli: Rafael, Elseid Hysaj, Raul Albiol, Kalidou Koulibaly, Mario Rui, Marek Hamsik, Jose Callejon, Allan, Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Insigne, Arkadiusz Owned
AS Roma: Antonio Mirante, Federico Fazio, Aleksandar Kolarov, Konstantinos Manolas, Juan Jesus, Stephan El Shaarawy, Kevin Strootman, Cengiz Under, Diego Perotti, Edin Dzeko, Patrick Schick