Victor Osimhen's aerial brilliance propels SSC Napoli to victory in Monza

In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Victor Osimhen, Sunday, April 7, 2024, showcased his prowess as a goal-scoring maestro by delivering a stunning header that secured SSC Napoli a resounding 4-2 victory over Monza.

The Nigerian striker's 12th Serie A goal of the season not only sealed the win for his team but also highlighted his exceptional talent and ability to rise above the competition.

Osimhen's aerial dominance in the goal area was a sight to behold, as he soared above a sea of defenders to power home the crucial goal that set the tone for Napoli's triumph. His precision and timing in finding the back of the net not only delighted fans but also solidified his reputation as a born goal poacher with a knack for delivering when it matters most.

As speculation swirls about Osimhen's future and potential suitors, with PSG, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United all vying for his signature, one thing remains certain - his talent and goal-scoring prowess make him a prime target for top clubs in Europe. 

Wherever his next destination may be, fans and admirers alike can only hope that he chooses the best fit to continue his meteoric rise in the world of football.


According to reports, by PrimiumTimes,  Monza surprised the visitors with an early goal (9th minute) by Milan Djuric, who capitalised on a cross from Napoli loanee Alessio Zerbin.

Napoli pressed for an equaliser but were denied by goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio on several occasions, including a close call involving Osimhen.

Osimhen finally broke the deadlock in the second half with a remarkable header from an Andre Frank Zambo Anguissa cross.

The powerful header resulted in a cut lip for Osimhen, but he continued his dominant performance.

Moments later, the momentum completely shifted in Napoli’s favour. A deflected ball found substitute Politano, who unleashed a stunning left-footed volley into the top corner.

This incredible strike was followed by a rocket from Zielinski, putting Napoli 3-1 ahead.

Monza refused to surrender and pulled one back through a deflected curler by Andrea Colpani.

Osimhen nearly added another for Napoli, but Di Gregorio made a crucial save.

Giacomo Raspadori, coming off the bench, sealed the win with his first touch, pouncing on a rebound from Di Gregorio’s parry.

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