São Paulo drew 0-0 with Inter de Limeira, at Morumbi, last Wednesday night (17). The Tricolor's excess of crosses drew attention in the match, which raised 60 balls to the Leão area.
In a press conference, coach Rogério Ceni analyzed the high number of crosses and 'blamed' these attempts on three factors: nervousness, corners and haste.
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- A good part of the crosses originated in the 20 corners. The corner ball is made for you to cross in the area and try to take advantage. We headed some, took danger, but we couldn't score. Nervousness, at the end of the game, when the opponent lowers the lines, it is natural that the play goes to the side. The rush also makes it difficult - said the coach.
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Ceni also analyzed the difference in the first and second half. In the second stage, Tricolor abused the shower heads.
- In the first half, there were more (triangulations), getting that ball into the area from the inside, but we couldn't. In the second half, despair began to hit, the player also wanted to try the chance of goals, instead of trying to touch the ball more. Today was really excessive (number of crosses), even with this high number of corners - he concluded.
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São Paulo returns to the field next Sunday (20) when they face Santos, at 18:30, in Vila Belmiro.