Napoli continued their winning streak and consolidated their first place.
Napoli won 4-0 against Torino in the 27th round of Italian Serie A in the 2022-23 season held at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino in Turin, Italy at 11:00 pm (Korean time) on the 19th. With three points, Napoli maintained first place in the league and widened the gap with second place Inter Milan to 21 points.
Turin (3-4-2-1): Milinkovic Savic (GK) – Rodrigues, Schurs, Gravijón – Voivoda, Ricci, Lineti, Singo – Radonzic, Blasic – Sanabria
Napoli (4-3-3): Meret (GK) – Olivera, Minjae Kim, Rahmani, Di Lorenzo – Zielinski, Lobotka, Angusha – Kvarachhelia, Osimen, Rossano
[First Half] Osimen-Hvica Consecutive Goals! Napoli, 2-0 lead!
Napoli took the lead in the first half. Naples also opened fire. In the 8th minute of the first half, Anguisa drove the ball forward and gave it to Lozano, who attempted a shot but missed the defense. Napoli’s opening goal came from the ensuing corner kick. In the ninth minute of the first half, Osimen jumped high on Zielinski’s ball and headed it, shaking the net.
Napoli continued the mood. In the 13th minute of the first half, Kvarachhelia caught the ball given by Osimen, but it floated high. Torino tried to attack using the flank, but Napoli responded with intense pressure by pulling up the line. Even in one-on-one defense, Napoli had the upper hand. In the 18th minute of the first half, Kim Min-jae cut off the opponent’s attack with a tackle that did not hesitate.
Napoli overcame the crisis. In the 22nd minute of the first half, Richie’s mid-range shot was blocked by Meret’s save, but the ball then hit the post. Sanabria reached out, but it did not lead to a goal. Torino continued the flow. In the 23rd minute of the first half, Vlasic’s shot went up.
Napoli scored an extra goal. In the 34th minute of the first half, Kvarachhelia fell in the box and was awarded a penalty kick. Kvarachhelia scored his team’s second goal by taking a direct penalty kick with a calm shot. Napoli aimed for the wedge goal메이저사이트. In the 38th minute of the first half, Osimen’s shot was cleared by the goalkeeper. Torino tried to fight back, but the first half ended with Napoli leading 2-0.
[Second half] Napoli added two goals and spared by substitution… 4-0 victory!
Napoli added one more goal. In the 6th minute of the second half, Osimen, who ran in from Olivera’s side, jumped and headed the ball into the net. Torino tried to change by playing three replacement cards at a time. In the 9th minute of the second half, Linetti, Gravión and Voivoda were called in, and Ilic, Didi and Bon Giorno were sent out. Still, Torino struggled to break through Napoli’s defence.
Napoli also took out a replacement card. In the 20th minute of the second half, Rossano and Zielinski were replaced with Elmas and Ndombele to consider the physical distribution of the players. Ndombele, who came as a substitute, also scored a goal. In the 23rd minute of the second half, Osimen won the ball through pressure and gave a pass to Kvarachhelia. Ndombele, who received Kvarachhelia’s pass, put a wedge in the game with a powerful finish. Afterwards, Napoli replaced Osimen and Rahmani with Simeone and Ostigor to arrange their stamina.
Napoli operated the game in the direction of keeping as time went on. Kim Min-jae also changed partners, but contributed to the team’s scoreless goal. In the 39th minute of the second half, Kim Min-jae predicted the opponent’s attack from the side and cut it off. Napoli also did not forget to save players’ stamina by using replacement cards. In the 40th minute of the second half, the robot car was replaced with Gaetano.
Torino also changed to a replacement card and pulled the reins of the attack. However, Torino were unable to recover even one goal, and the game ended in a 4–0 victory for Napoli.