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Osimhen Named Serie A Player Of The Month For January

Osimhen Named Serie A  Player Of  The Month For January

Victor Osimhen has won the Serie A Player of the Month award for January, reports Completesports.com.

Osimhen scored five goals and recorded one assist in four league appearances for Napoli in the month.

The 24-year-old previously won the Goal of the Month award for his ferocious strike in Napoli’s 2-1 win against AS Roma.

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The forward beat his international teammate, Ademola Lookman, Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez, Roma forward, Paulo Dybala and Lazio midfielder, Luis Alberto to the award.

Osimhen has been nominated for the award three times this season.

The Nigeria international is currently the top scorer in the Italian top-flight with 16 goals from 17 games.

He is expected to be in action when Napoli take on Cremonese on Saturday.


By Adeboye Amosu


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Abdul 1 year ago

    Well-deserved bro. Congratulations….and more will come your way if you keep your head down and keep working hard.

  • Congratulations Osigoal on your best player of the Month of January. You are simply worth it than any of your contestants. Keep shooting accurately at the goal for better future and awards.
    God will propel you from higher to the highest in round leather game and permit you serious injury free season in Jesus name. More power to your elbow.Nigerians love you bro.

  • Chima E Samuels 1 year ago

    Finally Serie A gives him what he deserves, there has never been a better player than him this season in Italy!!! 

  • DiMastta 1 year ago

    Good progress.
    What next?
    Osimehn should work more on his left foot. He is too heavily reliant on his stronger right foot. When he puts defenders on the run, he always pulls away more to the right.
    The deadliest finishers ever to play in Serie A and the world stage were the two-footed strikers.
    Do that among other minor things, and we’ll be having our own George Weah by next World Cup.

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