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Soccer Betting: Mazzari laments Inter’s loss to Atalanta
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 10 April 2014 09:10
Pay per head sportsbooks and soccer betting fans saw that Giacomo Bonaventura’s opener was cancelled out by Mauro Icardi before Inter bombarded their opponents.
Early in the second half, the hosts hit the woodwork twice before Bonaventura completed his brace with a late header as Inter’s winless run against Atalanta moved on to six games.
Price per head services can see that the loss also sets back Mazzarri’s hopes of European football next season as Inter fell to sixth place in Serie A, and many fans that follow the team and bet soccer were very disappointed.
“Clearly we just needed to mark the goalscorer and we wouldn’t have lost,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“We can’t think to start the second half with four or five chances to put in the net and not score any of them.
“Atalanta could’ve scored earlier when Jonathan performed a goal-line clearance. Atalanta are a good side and came here with no pressure, so it was obvious they could worry us.
“We hit the woodwork repeatedly and I think we’ve done that more than anyone else this season.
“We practically gave away the first goal, then we gave away the second because of some poor marking. That’s football, if you don’t take your chances then you get punished.”
Soccer betting fans saw that the loss put an end to Inter’s six-game undefeated run, but pay per head sportsbooks know that in the next two weeks, Mazzarri’s side have the opportunity to bounce back when they face three of the bottom seven teams.
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On Thursday, Inter will host Udinese and the following Monday they’ll go to Livorno before going back to San Siro for Bologna’s visit, in a match that is eagerly anticipated by fans all over the world that bet soccer.
Pay per head sportsbooks and soccer betting fans hope to see Inter leave this bad spell, and will see how they continue to perform.