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Napoli’s Osimhen Ends Season in Style, Makes History as First African to Win Capocannoniere

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Napoli's Osimhen Ends Season in Style, Makes History as First African to Win Capocannoniere

Victor Osimhen, the Nigerian striker for Napoli, had an outstanding season and ended it on a high note by scoring his 26th Serie A goal in a match against Sampdoria.

Despite registering three shots earlier in the game, Osimhen didn’t score until the second half when he won a penalty and converted it to give Napoli the lead.

He was substituted in the 76th minute, and his replacement, Giovanni Simeone, scored Napoli’s second goal in the 87th minute.

Osimhen’s 26 goals earned him the Capocannoniere award, making him the first African to achieve this feat.

The origins of Osimhen’s success can be traced back to his hard work and dedication throughout the season.

This article was updated 3 months ago

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