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Italy Serie ASerie A results: Napoli and Inter Milan continue in their winning ways

Serie A results: Napoli and Inter Milan continue in their winning ways

Serie A results: On Sunday, Napoli extended their winning streak in Serie A. The tenth victim of Luciano Spalletti’s squad was Bologna.

Napoli 3 – 2 Bologna

At Bologna, where the coach change had not produced improved results, the poor results had heightened the pressure. With a recent trip to the changing rooms, the hard core highlighted the unhappiness.

Trainer Thiago Motta believed Joshua Zirkzee should make his debut in Napoli. The attacking player, a transfer from Bayern Munich, fulfilled the promise. The Dutch attacker scored in the 41st minute thanks to a cross from Andrea Cambiaso.

The guests’ jubilation quickly came to an end. Juan Jesus tied the score at 1-1 at the Diego Maradona Stadium after Bologna failed to finish the job. The stadium enthusiastically welcomed a second goal from the home team early in the second half. The compliments were given to Hirving Lozano, who had a hard heart.

Due to an error by Alex Meret, Napoli, which had won its previous nine Serie A and Champions League games, had to reenter the game. Musa Barrow stunned the goalkeeper with a shot. With their next triumph, Napoli overtook Atalanta Bergamo to take the lead in Serie A. Napoli’s substitute Victor Osimhen provided the redemption in the 69th minute.

Serie A results: Inter 2 – 0 Salernitana

The victory over Salernitana by Internazionale was significantly aided by Nicol Barella. The midfielder set up Lautaro Martnez’s opening goal after over fifteen minutes, his first accurate Serie A goal in eight games.

After almost an hour, Barella struck Salernitana with a beautiful left-handed stroke to deliver the killing blow. Due to the victory, Inter, which assumed office with Stefan de Vrij and Denzel Dumfries in the base, has continued to move in the same direction as the other title contenders.

Serie A results: Spezia 2 – 2 Cremonese

On Sunday, Cyriel Dessers once more produced for Cremonese. The former Feyenoord midfielder, who failed to harm Napoli last week with his scoop, helped this time by scoring the first goal in a victory against Spezia. Cremonese ultimately earned a point in the game.

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