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Osimhen, Tomori Make Serie A Team Of The Week

Osimhen, Tomori Make Serie A Team Of The Week

Victor Osimhen and Fikayo Tomori were included in the Serie A Team of the Week for their respective performances for their clubs, Completesports.com reports.

The Team of the Week was published on the verified Twitter handle of football facts and statistics website whoscored.com.

Osimhen continued his impressive scoring form as he bagged a brace and had an assist in Napoli’s 4-1 win at Spezia.

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It took his tally in the Italian top-flight to 10 goals in the current campaign.

It also strengthens Napoli’s push for a top-four finish as they currently occupy fourth position.

For Tomori, he scored his first ever goal for Milan who spanked Juventus 3-0 away.

The huge win took Milan to third spot in the league table with three games left to play.

By James Agberebi

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COMMENTS

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  • Olusegun.B. 1 month ago

    Good for them
    The thing is would Tomori be keen on switching to the super Eagles?

     
  • Edoman 1 month ago

    Nigeria is going to need Tomori at the center-back if Oga Rohr is ever going to need his services. He too must show his respect for his Home-land as a lot of us do. There is great honor and pride playing for Nigeria my Country, where you or your Parents were born. Isn’t it. Yes.

     
  • We don’t need tomori anymore
    it’s viceversia-you reject me, i reject you
    we have many alternatives around the world who are begging for call-ups
    One love

     
  • Just watching the guy now nailing Ronaldo’s Juventus (highlights) with a thumping header. Strong in the air and on the ground. Intelligent plays and positioning.

    One can only salivate imagining Nigerians like Tomori, Olise, Lookman, Ejaria and Eze switching to SE and being integrated into the first 11 or at least the playing squad. My confidence level with the SE playing any country will be raised to X3.

    Why will someone have a chance to be an international and shun the opportunity, preferring instead to be a Plan C for Southgate or thinking of playing for Canada that will be whooped by Nigeria and many African countries if they ever meet? STRANGE.