It's no longer news that Napoli are champions of Italy again after staying so many years without winning the Scudetto.
It will forever be on record that the likes of Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, Victor Osimhen and Luciano Spaletti did what Cavani, Dries Mertens and Carlo Ancelotti couldn't do for the club during their time.
Collectively, every single player in this Napoli team performed very well, but Osimhen and Kvicha stood out among the rest.
In 27 league matches he's played so far, Osimhen has bagged 22 goals and assisted 4 times while Kvicha has managed 10 assists and 12 goals in the Italian topflight.
These two has formed a fearsome attacking partnership that could dominate Italian football for years to come if they continue to play together.
After Napoli were confirmed champions, Lega Serie A made a controversial post by ignoring Osimhen to crown Kvicha as Diego Maradona's successor.
This act infuriated many supporters (mainly from Nigeria) who labelled the league as racist and urged Osimhen to leave Napoli this summer.
Of a truth, Osimhen contributed more to Napoli's success in terms of overall goal contributions, but let's not forget that Kvicha was already nicknamed 'Kvaradona' before Serie A made this post, so perhaps they did this in tribute to the nickname that was given to the Georgian.
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