Price per head services saw that on Sunday, Parma beat Napoli 1-0 thanks to a very nice strike in the 55th minute by Marco Parolo from the edge of the area, leaving Benitez’s side 64 points in third and 12 behind Roma, who are on second place.
The 53-year-old Spaniard continues to be convinced that Napoli will end in third place, as they have a nine-point gap on a fourth-placed Fiorentina with six games pending, but said that Naples club doesn’t have enough quality yet to challenge teams like leaders Juventus and Roma, and many pay per head services agree.
“We have a team with quality, it has its strengths and weaknesses, which we need to analyse and learn to improve. Lack of consistency in a game is one of those things,” Benitez told Sky Sport Italia.
“Every player has his characteristics and it’s not easy to change everything. We changed many things (before the season), are in third place, but there’s a long way to go yet until we can create a team that has the right mentality to win every game.
“That is what I want and what I’m working towards.
“I still consider this a very, very positive campaign. However, you can tell we are missing something.
“We won’t finish second, as Roma win those games that we do not. This is the reality and we have to work every day to improve but in the meantime we can lock down third and prepare for the Coppa Italia final.”
Price per head services know that on May 3, Napoli will face Fiorentina in the final of the Coppa Italia as Benitez looks to clinch his first piece of silverware with the his club.
The coach was disappointed that his team didn’t convert their dominance into a win in Parma as Napoli took 11 shots to five and had 57 per cent possession, and pay per head services could see that many fans were also not very happy at all.
“We are all disappointed to lose a game that was under control in the first half and at the end of the day Parma only had one shot on goal,” Benitez said.
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“We had a great chance and we missed it.”