The Super Eagles’ talisman, Victor Osimhen, tops the Serie A scoring chart with 12 goals, three head of Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martnez.
Italian Soccer expert Monica Scozzavafa, in her opinion, has revealed that Nigerian International, Victor Osimhen, has learned how to work for his ball on his own.
So far, the Nigerian striker has made headlines for his prowess, and he presently leads the Italian scoring chart with 13 goals.
It is safe to assume that his contributions to the squad have been crucial in the team’s title race.
— Victor Osimhen (@victorosimhen9) January 13, 2023
Monica believes in her column that Luciano Spalletti is the advocate of Osimhen’s quick transformation into a goal beast, which has given him rigour and discipline.
“He honed the search for depth and especially the ability to move back to the door. Spalletti is the proponent of his growth, he has given him rigor and discipline” she wrote.
Osimhen formerly voiced his displeasure for not receiving the ball, but he has since ceased doing so.
“ It is no coincidence that he no longer protests in an exaggerated way, he does not complain when he does not get the ball (he has learned to go and take it) and when he spreads his arms it is only to load his teammates.
“In addition to his champion’s statistics being in double digits in the league for the third straight season, the Neapolitan coach enjoys these gestures as well. Every 97 minutes, one goal is scored.” She wrote