Victor Osimhen Makes Headline Again For Another Disturbing Reason at Napoli

Victor Osimhen Makes Headline Again For Another Disturbing Reason at Napoli

  • Victor Osimhen is a Nigerian striker who is currently playing for Italian side Napoli joining from Lille
  • And the Super Eagles hitman has been rated as the player with the most aggression so far at Napoli
  • The Nigerian has scored one goal for Napoli this season against Verona and he is looking forward to net more

Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen has reportedly been ranked as the most aggressive player at Italian giants Napoli and this will not come as a welcome development for his fans.

Napoli have began their campaign this season in the new season on an impressive note with Victor Osimhen scoring in the encounter against Verona.

The home fans even made some racist chants against the Nigerian striker, but Victor Osimhen did not allow that to weigh him down in the tough encounter.

Victor Osimhen, Napoli, Super Eagles.
Victor Osimhen in action for Italian side Napoli. Photo by Matteo Ciambelli
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According to the report on Sun, Victor Osimhen's aggression at Napoli is being rated high, while South Korean star Kim Min-jae is said to be the second.

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How many goals did Osimhen score last season for Napoli?

In 27 games that Victor Osimhen played for Napoli last season, the Nigerian striker scored 14 goals and he will be aiming to score more than that this season.

Former Super Eagles Star Speaks for the First Time, Reveals Why His Mother Gave Him As Lucky Charm

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Nigerian international Efe Sodje finally spoke about wearing a bandana while he played football professionally.

Sodje, who played as a defender for Nigeria between 2000 and 2004, is famous for tying a scarf on his head while in action.

In a chat with Peter Akinbo of Nigerian outlet Punch, the 49-year-old narrated how he ended up wearing a bandana, saying it originated from his mother.

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Meanwhile, Jay Jay Okocha had a filled day during a Champions League game between Turkish club Fenerbahce and Italian giants Juventus.

Conte, who captained the Serie A side during the game, had more than enough to handle as Okocha delivered a masterclass throughout 90 minutes.

Although it was Juventus who won the game inside the famous Ulker Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu Stadium 1-0, the Nigerian international stood out.

Source: SportsBrief.com