Napoli striker Victor Osimhen is optimistic the team has the wherewithal to win the UEFA Champions League title this season.
Osimhen netted a brace that helped the team to reach the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night.
The Nigerian striker scored twice each half to prevent any mistakes in Naples and help Napoli win the match 5-0 on the road comfortably and rightfully.
On a perfect night for the biggest club in southern Italy, Piotr Zielinski added Napoli’s third from the penalty spot. Osimhen thinks Napoli can go all the way.
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Osimhen who became the first Nigerian player to score twice in the knockout Stage of the UEFA Champions League said he was happy to contribute to the victory.
He was also voted as UEFA Champions League Man of the Match .
“It’s amazing to make history with this win. I’m happy to contribute to this win, we want to keep on going like this. It’s beautiful to advance in this kind of competition, he told Amazon Prime.
“We will keep on dreaming, we have the squad to do so (win the Champions League).
“I think we are on the right path. We have a great coach.
“We will see what the future holds for us, I think we have a good chance.”
The last eight of Europe’s premier club competition will be determined on Friday, and Luciano Spalletti’s team is on the verge of winning their first Serie A championship in more than three decades.
The hot-shot Osimhen, who has now scored 23 goals across all competitions for arguably the most exciting squad on the continent, has propelled them to an almost likely domestic victory and a strong showing in Europe.
Randal Kolo Muani, a France attacker who was suspended after receiving a red card in the first game, was not there for Eintracht, and the Bundesliga team barely caused Napoli any trouble.
Oliver Glasner’s team exits the competition on a night when their supporters caused considerable mayhem in Naples despite the fact that there were no tickets available for away supporters.
Following the issuance of two different bans by the Italian government in a matter of days, Eintracht made the decision not to use their allotted tickets for the game.