Inter Milan and Udinese have not played a boring game so far at the San Siro, but the style of play certainly won't be for everyone. Both teams are passing well and have stayed tactically disciplined, while chances have been limited. Inter have had more of the ball and have created more shots, but no real chances, as the two teams head into the locker room tied 0-0.
Inter have looked a bit slow, both in their style of play and physically, when chasing after Udinese. The Zebrette have looked dangerous and fast on the counter attack, but haven't been able to create shooting opportunities. While Inter's midfielders have no answer for the athletic ability of Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla, their defenders have shut down Antonio Di Natale.
Thiago Motta had the game's best chance in the 30th minute, a half-volley from the edge of the penalty area, but he hit his shot right into the stomach of Samir Handanovic. Inter is going to have to pick up the pace a bit and improve their finishing if they want a goal, while Udinese are likely content with the current result and will hope that Inter push bodies forward so they can get in behind on the counter.