Victor Osimhen featured prominently as Napoli secured a 2-1 comeback victory over Benevento in Sunday’s Serie A game. The 21-year-old attacker was handed his third start in the Italian top-flight since his big-money move from Lille this summer. The centre-forward, who opened his account in his last league outing against Atalanta, could not, however, add to his strike at Stadio Ciro Vigorito.
In the sixth episode of our sparkling new podcast, Across the Romaverse, before delving into this week's fixture list, we do a quick recap of the weekend's Roma action, which was actually a three-for-three clean sweep for the men and women's senior teams and the men's primavera. Roma's winning weekend was punctuated by the Giallorossi's 5-2 beatdown of Benevento, which, despite a few hiccups in the early stages of the match, was precisely the sort of victory Paulo Fonseca needed ahead of a rathe...
There was just no time to watch the game back on full and map it out against Whoscored touches, which is fitting since Edin Dzeko ripped right back into form to prove I don’t what I’m talking about when it comes to football anyway. So let’s get to it. The Saints Pedro You’ve never seen a guy win so many plaudits after a game and yet do so little on the stats sheet.
|Champions League (League Winners): Milan|
|Champions League (League Position): Napoli, Sassuolo, Internazionale|
|Europa Cup (League Position): Juventus|
|Relegation (League Position): Udinese, Torino, Crotone|