Mertens vows to help Osimhen, Petagna to settle at Napoli

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first_img Aurelio De Laurentiis has claimed the match should be moved to Portugal or Germany due to fears of coronavirus in Catalonia, but Mertens only concentrates on the game. “We don’t have to worry too much, let’s just play. [Coach Gennaro] Gattuso is charged. If you aren’t convinced about this game, you can’t play football. “We must go there to make a good impression and write history.” read also:Napoli will enjoy Osimhen’s style of play, says Nsofor The Belgium international was linked with Inter last winter but ended up renewing with the Azzurri. “I waited a little while, but in the end we did it. My future is on Saturday, I want to score against Lazio.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dries Mertens has vowed to help Victor Osimhen and Andrea Petagna settle at Napoli next season and wants to go to Barcelona to ‘write history’ in Catalonia. “I want to help the team and the young people, that’s my future. I want to help Osimhen and Petagna, we can play together. “It’s difficult to come from another country and settle in, we must help them fit in here.” Napoli lost 2-0 to Inter last time and Mertens wants to bounce back immediately and end the season with a win against Lazio on Saturday. “On Saturday we have an important match against Lazio and we must be confident and ready,” Mertens told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli. But Napoli are preparing for a big match against Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League on August 8, but it will be carried out behind closed doors at Camp Nou. “Anything can happen. It was strange when we first played behind closed doors against Inter, you could hear everything,” he said. “I’m used to it by now.”Advertisement Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Animelast_img read more


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first_imgThe Bengals put together one of the worst offensive showings in recent “Monday Night Football” history, limping to a 27-3 blowout loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh.Cincinnati’s only points of the game came on a 28-yard field goal by Randy Bullock on the final down of a four-play drive in the first quarter. It was that kind of night for quarterback Andy Dalton and a once-potent roster that has regressed each year since 2015. Poor offensive line play and untimely penalties were the root causes of the team’s struggles. Dalton went down a whopping eight times for a loss of 69 yards against a relentless Pittsburgh defense. The 0-4 Bengals were also flagged eight times for 60 yards, pinning the Bengals into even deeper holes.A few more stats to tag along: Cincinnati averaged 2.3 yards per passing attempt (lowest in the NFL this season), 3.8 yards per rushing attempt, and went 0-for-3 in its red zone trips.Somehow, though, the Bengals won the time-of-possession battle, edging the Steelers by 28 seconds. So maybe the evening wasn’t a complete loss. MORE: Bengals vs. Steelers final score: Steelers defense shuts down Bengals in winTo put into context just how bad Cincinnati was offensively, we have to do some digging into recent “Monday Night Football” history. Since 2000, just five out of 650 teams playing on Monday night recorded three or fewer points while averaging three or fewer yards-per-play. The Bengals, of course, tallied three points against the Steelers and averaged 2.7 yards per play.Cincinnati’s drive chart from the dismal performance is below.Drive ResultDrive LengthPunt7 plays, 33 yardsField goal4 plays, 5 yardsPunt3 plays, -1 yardPunt3 plays, -5 yardsFumble9 plays, 46 yardsEnd of half3 plays, 17 yardsPunt3 plays, -11 yardsPunt6 plays, 2 yardsInterception16 plays, 67 yardsDowns11 plays, 19 yardsThe Bengals had as many drives totalling negative yards (three) as they did eclipsing 20 yards (three). Even their three “lengthy” drives resulted in a punt, fumble and interception. Only two drives went longer than eight plays; those possessions were the final two of the game and resulted in an interception and turnover on downs.last_img read more