The Russian attacking midfielder after a long period of hiatus is ready to return and show off all his qualities
Alexei Miranchuk after the break for the national teams he will be called up for the match in which Toro will face Napoli at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium. The Russian attacking midfielder had to stop after accusing a muscle problem during the match against Monza. Match where, among other things, Miranchuk had managed to score the goal that had unlocked the challenge. Then, after the end of the first half of the game, the former Lokomotiv Moscow player was forced to raise the white flag. Now the striker born in 1995 has put the injury behind him and can’t wait to get back on the pitch to be able to lend a hand to his teammates. And he will have to try to do it in a somewhat delicate moment for the grenades given that, after an excellent start to the championship, the team coached by Ivan Juric in the last two championship games that have been played he has remedied two defeats. The first away from home against Inter and then the one within the friendly walls of the Olympic Grande Torino stadium against Sassuolo. The defeat against the neroverdi is a defeat that has left a lot of bitterness in the mouth of the grenades, bitter that the news of Miranchuk’s return in the match against Napoli has partially alleviated.
The Russian can resolve the goal crisis
The number 59 of Toro will be able to solve a big, indeed very big problem that the grenades are experiencing, that is the enormous effort in throwing into the opponent’s goal and consequently in scoring. Toro hopes to resolve this difficulty thanks to Miranchuk, his good dribbling qualities and excellent shooting. Against the Neapolitans, except for sensational twists, the Russian attacking midfielder will take the field and will do it close to one of Nikola Vlasic or Nemanja Radonjic and behind Antonio Sanabria or of Pietro Pellegri. With whoever will be on the field with Miranchuk, a great performance is expected from the Russian and who knows that he will not be able to score a few goals. As soon as he returns, Miranchuk will already have to carry the Bull on his shoulders and try to take him as high as possible.