Naples walks against Torino and is already third in the ‘Champions zone’

The Naples obtained this Monday a placid victory at home against the Torino (0-2) on matchday 33 of Serie A, which closed the Milan with a serious setback against Lazio (3-0). The undeniable triumph in Turin could end in a landslide and was resolved with very early and consecutive goals of Bakayoko Y Osimhen that allow those of Gennaro Gattuso assault the third place in the ‘Champions zone’ with 66 points, the same as the Juventus, fourth in the table, and only two behind the second, Atalanta.

The ‘Toro’, who has pending a match against the Lazio in Rome scheduled for May 18, he starred in a horrible performance in defense and is still very threatened by relegation, tied on points (31) with Cagliari (17th) and Benevento (18th).

The Torino took the initiative to start, but the first warning was visitor with a shot from the Nigerian Victor osimhen to the side of the net. Local plans fell dramatically as concede two goals in just two minutes. The first, at 11 ‘, came after a great individual play by Tiémoué Bakayoko that the French midfielder culminated with a crossed right hand that was unattainable for Salvatore sirigu.

Just two minutes later (13 ‘), Osimhen He took advantage of a tremendous error by the defender N’Koulou at the height of the center of the field to go like an arrow towards the goal ‘granata’, where his struggle with the defender Bremer It ended with an alimón shot in which the ball entered ‘crying’ into the goal of a surprised Sirigu.

The 0-2, a joke goal

This joke goal made meant a blow for a totally groggy ‘Toro’ and gave a lot of peace to a Naples that at the first time the victory was already perfectly on track. Those of Gattuso, who reached the top with astonishing ease, came close to achieving 0-3 in the 29th minute, but N’Koulou cleared ‘in extremis’ a ball when Osimhen he was preparing to shoot Sirigu.

With the Torino giving all kinds of facilities back, Naples enjoyed another golden opportunity through Politano, whose shot on 32 ‘ended up brushing the base of the post. Seconds later, a head of Zielinski he was about to finish in a goal against a static and off-center Turinese defense.

Zielinski and Insigne poles

Those of Davide nicola they starred in a timid reaction and were able to cut differences in the score in a corner kick that ended with Osimhen avoiding 1-1 at the goal line. However the Naples, returned to portray the weak local defense with a low shot of Zielinski (39 ‘) who crashed into the post. A first half in which the visitors walked before a Torino who paid for his defensive pie.

The second half started with an excellent local occasion in which Ansaldi forced to show off Meret. But Napoli immediately replied with two almost consecutive kicks from Osimhen what did he get Sirigu with the leg.

Under a persistent rain, the Naples crashed into the wood again in 60 ‘after a deliberate shot from Distinguished. With the passage of the minutes, the celestial ones were lifting the foot of the accelerator and managing their comfortable advantage in the marker, although they never gave up to increase it seen the facilities that gave the ‘Toro’ from the start of the match and who only needed to stay with ten in 86 ‘by the expulsion of mandragora. Huge superiority of a Naples that shot a total of 25 times (7 between the three suits) against a disappointing opponent who conceded too much.


0- Torino: Sirigu; Izzo, N’Koulou (Buongiorno, 57 ‘), Bremer; Singo (Bonazzoli, 71 ‘), Rincón, Mandragora, Verdi (Linetty, 57’), Ansaldi (Baselli, 85 ‘); Tonny Sanabria and Belotti (Zaza, 72 ‘)

2- Naples: Meret; Di Lorenzo, Rrahmani, Koulibaly, Hysaj; Demme, Bakayoko (Fabián Ruiz, 85 ‘); Politano (Hirving Lozano, 59 ‘), Zielinski (Mertens, 59’), Insigne (Elmas, 85 ‘); and Osimhen (Petagna, 80 ‘)

Goals: 0-1, Bakayoko (11 ‘); 0-2, Osimhen (13 ‘)

Referee: Paolo Valeri. He showed a yellow card to Verdi (45 + 1) and Osimhen (68 ‘). He sent off Mandragora for a double warning (58 ‘and 86’)

Incidents: Match corresponding to matchday 33 of Serie A, played behind closed doors at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino

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