Italian newspapers were full of accolades for Napoli forward Victor Osimhen on Monday, Completesports.com reports.
The Nigeria international scored in Napoli’s 1-1 home draw against Cagliari at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Osimhen was set up by brilliant lob from Lorenzo Insigne in the 13th minute of the encounter.
The striker also had a goal wrongly ruled out for offside in the game.
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According to tuttomercatoweb.com, La Gazzetta dello Sport described Osimhen a nightmare for the Sardians.
Tuttosport labelled him a bomber, as well as a driving force.
In their match ratings, each of Gazzetta dello Sport , Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport gave the former Lille star an impressive seven out of 10.
The 22-year-old ,who has battled injuries and Covid-19 this season, has scored eight goals in 20 Serie A appearances.
By Adeboye Amosu
I am so happy for Osimhen scoring regularly for Napoli, at the same time, he needs to do more, man had more than enough chances to score hattrick yesterday…same thing against Torino, he keeps getting into good positions, he just needs to be more clinical, he is a beast of a player..
Yea Adeniyi you are on point.More Goal from our goal King.LIKE THE PEAK ADVERT WITH KANU,ONE DAY I NO SEY OSIMHEN GO MAKE US PROUD.PLAYING alongside talents like ARIBO,SIMON,IHEANACHO,CHUKWUEZE AND MANY MORE.IT’S TRILLING AND MOUTHWATERING NIGERIANS in europe at the moment.
LET THE WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS BEGIN.I CAN WAIT AND I KNOW I’M SPEAKING THE MIND OF MANY Nigerians fans as well.God Bless Nigeria,God Bless Forumites,God Bless Super Eagles and God Bless NFF at least they dey try sha.Happy Holiday to everyone.
We(Super Eagles and the fans) will surely get there by the help of the Almighty God.
The ministry of sports is behind the recent success of our sports, the basketball teams are also doing brilliantly. Kudos to Hon Dare i keep saying it that competency is the secret to brilliant organization. Now lets get grade A friendlies so that we can tell ourselves the real truth.
Na only to make sure we take them to good playing surfaces when we play our home games remain (we obviously do not have control over which stadium/surface we play our away games). As far as i am concerned, that Uyo pitch and facilities still remain our best at the moment. I know these decisions at times gat to do with may be the state govt being able to bank-roll the game or something but c’mon these glorious group of lads we’ve got deserve to play and enjoy their international football on good pitches when we play at home