Super Eagles Striker Victor Osimhen was in the starting lineup for Napoli today when they travelled to face Udinese at the Dani Arena Stadium on Monday evening. The 22-year-old continued with his banging form for Napoli today as he inspired them to a massive 4-0 victory over Udinese at the end of the match.
Victor Osimhen got Napoli up and running in the 24th minute of the match as he converted brilliantly from Lorenzo Insigne's pass to put the Visitors' 1-0 ahead of Udinese.
Amri Rahmani extended Napoli's lead in the 35th minute of the match as he found the back of the net with a close-range header to make the scoreline 2-0 at halftime.
Kalidou Koulibaly got his name on the scoresheet in the 52nd minute of the match as he tripled Napoli's lead to make the scoreline 3-0. Hirving Lozano finished things up in the 84th minute of the game as he scored to give Napoli a massive 4-0 victory over Udinese at full-time.
Victor Osimhen's performance in today's match was spot on as the Super Eagles Striker caused problems for the Udinese's Goalkeeper by attempting some shots on target. The 22-year-old is becoming a very important player for Napoli as he scored three goals for them in his last two appearances.
Victor Osimhen's goalscoring form is what Napoli needs to win the Serie A title this season as they are currently topping the league table with 12 points. If the Nigerian International keeps up with this form of his, Napoli might have a shot at the Serie A title this season.
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