What has long been expected has become a reality. Napoli won the league title after 33 years, with a 1-1 draw at Udinese. The fans decided to celebrate this success, and the streets of Naples will probably be celebrating for a long time to come.
The draw at the Dacia Arena marks Naples’ first title in 33 years. Victor Osmichen’s equalising goal in the 52nd minute was crucial. The otherwise thrilling Serie A thus knows its champion this year with just five rounds to go.
After a lean 33 years, Naples has finally won the league title. Back then, the legendary Diego Maradona was still wearing the jersey.
Coach Luciano Spalletti has achieved great success in his second season with the team. For him too, this is the first ever trophy in Italy’s top competition. So far he has only won the Coppa Italia with AS Roma.
Few would have predicted the title before the season, and the fantastic Victor Osimhen and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia also had a huge part in this success. There will certainly be a lot of interest in them in the summer.
As soon as the referee blew the whistle, the Napoli fans didn’t hesitate to invade the field of play. Almost all the players got into a group of fans who wanted to hug them or take a photo with them.
They celebrated in the streets of both Naples and Udine. One fan even posted a video on social media complaining that he couldn’t even get to his hotel despite the parade of fans.
The celebrations will apparently stretch over the weekend as Italian fans are really very spirited. The players themselves will certainly not be sparing themselves either, as they have virtually nothing to play for for the rest of the season.
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