Coach Luciano Spalletti gave thumbs up to Kim Min-jae’s strong mentality.

Napoli won 3-0 against Cremonese in the 22nd round of Italian Serie A in the 2022-23 season held at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples, Italy on the 13th at 4:45 am (Korean time). Napoli secured 59 points and firmly maintained their place at the top of the league. 온라인바카라

It was an easy victory. Napoli took the lead in the 21st minute with Hvica Kvarachhelia’s opening goal, and in the 20th minute in the second half, Kim Min-jae’s header was pushed in by Victor Osimen, widening the gap. Elif Elmas scored a key goal in the 34th minute of the second half and won 3-0.

The difference between 2nd place and 2nd place is 15 points. In fact, the chances of winning are high, but Spalletti emphasized calm. Italian media ‘Football Italia’ said on the 14th, “Spalletti gave a speech at an awards ceremony dedicated to former Genoa and Juventus left-back Andrea Fortunato, who sadly passed away from leukemia at the age of 24.” .

Spalletti first expressed his condolences on the death of Fortunato. He expressed regret, saying, “We must convey the importance of blood passports to present and future generations with a sense of responsibility. Losing one’s life while playing sports is unbearable any longer.”

Then he continued his speech with the story of the team. “We have to stay calm because we still have work to do and we have a lot of games to play,” Spalletti said. “We can’t be a strong team unless we give our best.

Spalletti also emphasized concentration on the pitch. He said, “Players go out on the field with the determination to destroy in order to achieve a result. An example of this is the second goal against Cremonese. Kim Min-jae put his head on the ball despite the opposing player approaching for a kick. He pushed in. He put his face there to head.”

“There is a statue of Diego Maradona in the Napoli locker room. A lot of players touch this statue before entering the game. We want to do our best to imitate him as much as possible and we will carry him around to learn what he taught us.” .

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