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Osimhen Named Serie A Player Of The Month For March

Osimhen Named  Serie A Player Of The Month  For March

Victor Osimhen has been voted Serie A player of the month for March, Completesports.com reports.

The Nigeria international scored four goals in three league appearances in the month to help Napoli push for Scudetto.

The 23-year-old netted a brace each in the Partenopei’s win against Udinese and Hellas Verona.

Osimhen beat AC Milan defender Pierre Kalulu and on-loan Fiorentina midfielder Lucas Torreira to the award.

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“The EA SPORTS Player Of The Month award for March has been assigned to Napoli player Victor Osimhen. The trophy will be presented during the pre-match of Napoli vs Fiorentina, scheduled for Sunday 10th April 2022 at 3.00pm at the “Diego Armando Maradona” stadium in Naples, ” a statement by LEGA Serie A said.

“The ranking was compiled according to the statistical data of Stats Perform (a system patented in 2010 with K-Sport), with the help of tracking data recorded by Hawk-Eye. For the final calculation were considered the matchdays from 28 to 30 of Serie A TIM 2021/2022.

“Victor Osimhen has now achieved the status of one of the most dominant forwards in our league – said Luigi De Siervo, Lega Serie A CEO.

“Physical strength, speed, courage and determination make the number 9 one of the leaders of Napoli, an absolute reference point of the offensive plots of the Azzurri, as evidenced by the four goals in three matches in March”.

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  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    Congratulations.. Chai! EGUAVON just wasted these guys time..


    These guys VALUE will begin to drop…

    What will they add to their CV?

    A R16 CRASH?



    • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

      And no doubt OSIMHE is good.

      But dude needs to work estreemly on his FINISHING, add some SKILLS to his GAME, don’t be too anxious and work on his positioning (to avoid offsides)

  • KangA 2 years ago

    You deserve the honour.


  • Footballfanatic 2 years ago

    If NFF get Sense they will hire this man right away if he is interested in the job and start a rebuilding process if they are serious…..This is one of the few tactically astute coaches who understands African football and is still relatively cheap..If he could do what he did with an average Egyptian team. Think of what he could do with our average players too.

  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    Will Victor Osimhen still be the same $100m worth Victor Osimhen by the year 2026….? Only God knows.

    One useless imbecile said R16 AFCON exit was better than Bronze medal….and not qualifying for WC is better than qualifying…..LMAOoooo. By the time the market value of Nigerian players start dropping and they cant get work permits to play even in the championship, the imbeciles will receive healing.

    Eni a wi fun oba je ko gbo.

    Thanks to the Regressives and United Congress of Liars and Iscariots we have on CSN for truncating the careers of these YOUNG boys…..I repeat…..THESE YOUNG BOYS. Anybody that is annoyed I called young boys YOUNG should go and hang himself.

    That was one of the baseless accusations they leveled against Rohr just to fill up their book of lies to secure his crucifixion.

    Shebi na coach wey go call them old men una want…..Ngwa enjoy it na. Enjoy watching other nations at the world cup, while your “old men” and dumb local coaches are glued to their couches in their homes

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