June 6, 2023

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Napoli secured their lead in the Italian league by snatching a crucial win from Juventus

As part of the thirty-first round of matches, Napoli won the Italian league title for the first time since 1990 with a 1–0 win over Juventus in the third minute of stoppage time. AC Milan, Inter and AC Milan are the Poles on Sunday’s streak of victories.

As the game was taking its final breath, substitute Jacomo Raspatori scored the left-wing goal of the match from close range on the bird after a cross from another North Macedonian substitute, Elif Almas (90 + 3).

Napoli raised its score to 78 points, 17 points behind Lazio II, and could officially snatch the third title in its history at the next stage if its humble host Salernitana and Lazio lose or draw. away from home against Inter.

Napoli entered the competition with a 1-1 draw with Milan after Tuesday’s disappointing Champions League exit, losing 0-1 in the first leg.

As for Juventus, it entered with high spirits, elated from its return to third place after holding off the penalty of deducting 15 points from its draw and qualifying for the Europa League semi-finals at the expense of Portuguese Sporting.

Juventus’ balance is frozen in third place on 59 points, three points ahead of Roma, who beat Atalanta at the end of the stage on Monday, while Milan are fifth and five ahead of Inter VI.

And after a negative balance dominated the course of the match, Juventus thought they had snatched victory seven minutes before the end after Argentina substitute Angel Di Maria headed in from the rebound to the right, and he headed in. Inside the area, amid frenzied jubilation, Pantal hit the net (83).

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But amid protests from Naples players, the decision was overturned after Poland’s Arkadiusz Milik fouled Slovakian Stanislav Lobotka and returned to the video assistant referee.

Minutes later, another goal by Serbian Dusan Vilahovic was disallowed after a pass from Federgo Ceesa, but the ball left the pitch before the Italian could cross it.

And Napoli managed to grab the winner with Raspatori using a cross pass to the diamond that followed the bird between the legs of Poland international goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny (90 + 3).

After winning 5-1 in the first leg, they renewed their victory against Juventus for the second time this season in the league.

For the Old Women’s side, after the first leg ended in a 1-1 draw, they will hope to prepare well for Wednesday’s cup semi-final second leg against their hosts Inter.