Luciano Spalletti led Napoli team were astonishing today in their 34th league game of the current Italian Serie A campaign at home against Fiorentina at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
The Naples who have clinched the Italian Serie A title in their last game against Udinese at the Dacia Arena were able to celebrate their first Scudetto since 1990 with a perfect victory at home.
The only second half goal scored by In-form Super Eagles of Nigeria forward maestro, Victor Osimhen via penalty was enough to separate the two sides at full time after the first half of the game hanged on the balance.
Here are three best players for the Naples in the thrilling and keenly contested encounter:
The Nigerian international and former LOSC Lille star retained his spot in his team's starting XI line-up having been enjoying a blistering goal scoring form so far this season for the Naples, and he was able to replicate another brilliant performance as he scored his team's only goal of the night via penalty.
Giovanni Di Lorenzo
The Italian defender was solid for the host at the heart of the defence line where he made some decisive and dangerous clearances to deny the visitor some clear cut chances that could have been converted into goals.
Andre Zambo Anguissa
The Cameroonian international and midfield maestro was also fantastic for the Naples at the heart of the centre-field where he played more of the offensive role, thereby helped in getting the ball advanced upfront which was instrumental in the well deserved and hard-fought victory.
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