Since Osimhen’s injury, Napoli has won four (4) games in a row, with 10 goals scored and two (2) conceded.
Luciano Spalletti, manager of Napoli, has refuted claims that his club is overly reliant on Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen in their quest for domestic and continental success.Infomation Guide Nigeria
Osimhen has been out of the Napoli squad since early September after suffering a hamstring injury on Matchday 1 of the 2022/23 UEFA Champions League season against English giants Liverpool.
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While Osimhen has been productive in front of goal for Napoli this season, scoring two (2) goals in five games,
The news outlet explained that Napoli’s medical team can now work without having to rush the Super Eagles striker back into action for want of goals.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport: “Luciano Spalletti is right when he says:” You thought we were Osimhen-addicts and instead we are not. “True, because for almost four games the Nigerian has been stopped through injury and Napoli have won all subsequent matches, putting them at the top of the rankings for points and also for goals scored.
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