The Italian forward is guaranteed to score until the Super Eagle makes contact before crossing the goal line
Naples captain Lorenzo Insigne said that he was not angry with Nigeria striker Victor Ossim, who seized the former’s chance to score and scored in the game against Udinese. ball.
In the match between the Dacia Arena in Udine and the hosts, the Naples team won 4-0 with goals from Osimhen, Amir Rrahmani, Kalidou Koulibaly and Mario Rui.
But what was surprising was Osimhen’s goal.
The West African, who did not score a goal in Serie A this season, “stole” a teammate’s goal.
The Italian lobbed the guard of Udinese and the ball was sent behind the net, but the Nigeria striker touched the ball before crossing the line and made sure that the goal was behind his name.
When asked how he felt about the incident, the captain insisted that the important thing is that the team won and scored the highest points in four games.
“Good game, good performance, good victory, but it’s enough, now the first place doesn’t make any sense,” Insigne told DAZN to quote Il Naples online.
“We played very well, and the coach is trying to make each of us play the best. No matter who scores, my goal will come, even if the goal comes from Ossim, it doesn’t matter!
“It’s not easy to come to Udine to score four goals. We just need to continue doing what we’re doing. Yes, these numbers are similar to [Maurizio] Surrey’s Naples, but if we look at the numbers, we will relax.
“We have to follow the coach, he really gave us a lot.”
So far, Naples has scored 10 goals, conceded 2 goals, and accumulated 12 points in four games. Inter Milan ranked second in the standings with 10 points, the same as AC Milan, which ranked third due to goal difference.