Eve’s eternal rival refused Napoli from Scudetto

Napoli’s team lost all chances to dethrone Juventus from Italy’s throne. Neapolitanians ended 2: 2 against Turin in front of over 50,000 Tifos in San Paolo in a 36th round of the A Series. Thus the eternal rival of the “bianconers” stopped the Southerners from their dream of winning the Scudetto. Maurizio Sari’s team led twice with goals from Dres Mertens (26) and Marek Hamschik (70), but Daniele Baselli (55) and Lorenzo de Silvestri (82) returned the hits. Napoli stayed at six points by the champions, and in the remaining 180 minutes of Calcio, Stargaz’s stars need one point to triumph for a record seventh consecutive season of the Apennines.

Napoli has 85 points while Juve has 91 points. Turin remained at tenth place with 48 points.

Napoli only needed a victory to get closer to four points of Massimiliano Allegri’s team and keep his dream for the title alive. The team, who has been showing tiring fatigue in recent weeks despite the 1-1 win over Juventus at Allianz Stadium, has been attacking but without creating very clean situations. Still, the typhoons, who demonstrated their support to Maurizio Sari, and also shuffled President Aurelio De Laurentiss, were on their feet in the 26th minute.
Napoli – Torino + 35

Nicholas Bourdiso was wrong and Mertens took advantage of this by giving the hosts an advance. The Belgian striker today celebrated his 31st birthday, and he was the 18th in this campaign, and first on March 3rd, when he scored in the door of Roma in a 2: 4 defeat.
Napoli – Torino + 35

The second part began with a goal for the guests who equalized in the 55th minute. Adam Ljajic found in Basel’s boxing field, firing the ball in Vlad Kirikesh and stopping Pepe Reina’s net.
Napoli – Torino + 35

Arkadiusz Milik replaced Mertens and Hamschik changed Pyotr Zielinski. The Polish Taran missed a goal in the 70th minute when a nice shot stopped in the bar. Seconds later, legend Hamsik scored a great goal and returned the smiles on the stands. The Slovakian was strained by 18 meters, leaving no chance for Salvatore Sirgi. That was a No. 100 goal for him in Series A, as well as a total of 120 goals for the club, where he was the number one shooter in the history of the two-time champions.
Napoli – Torino + 35

In the 78th minute, Millik failed to score for 3: 1, which proved to be decisive for the final result, as four minutes later after Lajic De Silvestri scored a good 2-2 lead.

Napoli – Torino + 35
Napoli tried to get his lead back, but failed to say goodbye to his dreams. Only the better goal difference of the “blue” prevented Juve from becoming a champion today.

Napoli’s team lost five points in the last two rounds.