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Napoli humiliate Inter on San Siro

serie a live betsInter was literally humiliated at San Siro in the derby of the sixth round in Serie A. Neapolitans crushed his rival, who in most of the match was with a man less, and very deservedly won with 3:0.

After an exciting start to proceedings, controversy ensued just before half time as Napoli were awarded a penalty. Inter midfielder Joel Obi was shown a second yellow card for a challenge adjudged to be made inside the penalty area and was given his marching orders.

With a men more, for Napoli in the second half was not particularly difficult to reached new two goals, though continued to play a more defensive than its rival.

In a 56-minute Christian Majid advantage of misunderstanding in the defense of Inter and master transfer Cesar for 2-0.

In the 75th minute Marek Hamsik was left alone without problems and scored past Cesar to form the final 3-0.

Napoli is a temporary ranking leader with 10 points, 2 over Juventus and Udinese, but have a game less. Inter is unenviable 16th position with only 4 points.

"Gianluca Rocchi was not good enough tonight, as Obi's first yellow was non-existent and the second one was outside the box," Ranieri fumed after the match, according to Tuttomercatoweb. "He ruined a potentially fascinating match and also our first half performance."

However, the Italian tactician quickly subsided his bitterness towards the officiating, and expressed sympathy towards his players and reflected on their unfortunate situation.

"Complaining is not my forte, and I have only done so a few times in the past in 20 years, but I have enough experience to know whether a referee is having a good or bad day,” said Ranieri.

"The boys did not deserve to be punished in this way. I was sent off because I complained too much, but we are men and it is normal to be frustrated when you are penalised by the referee."