napoli lectured in front of them ajax away and lost 6–1 in the match on the third day of the Champions League. Italian artist who lost to both holy mohamedwas imposed by the victories of Giacomo Raspadori, in duplicate, Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Piotr Zielinski, Khvicha Kvartskhelia and Giovanni Simeone.

set that drives luciano spaletti He is the only person in his group who has a perfect score. behind the stand liverpool election 6, ajax 3 more . with Glasgow Rangers, no units yet. In the next week, he will receive the Dutch team at the stadium. Diego Armando Maradona Looking for a win that classifies it in the round of 16.

Simon scored his second goal Champions Leaguethe first was nothing less than before liverpool, at 4-1. Despite not being taken into account in the Argentine team, the striker stands out in the Neapolitan team, which is also a leader. a league With 20 points in eight days.

His goal on this occasion was the sixth goal for his team and he achieved it after superb assist. Tangi Ndombele, One who controlled the area near the crescent and with his back, filtered the pass for his companion. East River Plate and Banfield, among other clubs, beat their marker in pace and managed to pull off the right hand to leave the goalkeeper without a chance, something necessary but powerful.

This is a tough blow for Ajax, who are currently third in the region, ie in Europa League status. For this reason, if he wishes to advance to the next round in Europe’s top competition, he must go to Italy to win. for its part, liverpool but won 2-0 ranger people In Enfield and declared himself as the escort of napoliBefore traveling to Glasgow for the next engagement.

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“I think the coach wants to continue the approach seen in the last game, dominating possession with a striker who can tie the forward line to the midfield,” director of sport Giuntoli told Sky Sport Italia.

“Then in the final 30-40 minutes, we can use a more physical, pacey striker like Simeone. Mathias Olivera is there rather than Mario Rui because Dusan Tadic is a very physical forward down that flank and the coach wanted someone with different characteristics to Mario Rui.”

Napoli had not been expected to do this well in the Champions League, but the 4-1 victory over Liverpool seemed to put their name on the map.

“We try to take it one game at a time, we are curious to have our say and don’t know how others see us, but we hope it is a positive image.”

Kvicha Kvaratskhelia has been a revelation since his arrival from Georgia over the summer, scoring goals, providing assists and going viral with his nutmegs.

“We had been tracking him for some time, so did well and were fortunate to make our move early. Everyone talks about Kvaratskhelia, but other new players are doing well too. We’ve got to keep our feet on the ground, keep improving and stay calm.”

Milan hosted an event in London today ahead of their Champions League match against Chelsea, attended by fan favourite Alessandro Nesta.

The Rossoneri hosted the ‘From Milan to Many’ fan event at Boxpark in Wembley, showing off the 2021-22 Scudetto trophy alongside club legends Nesta and Daniele Massaro.

A Q&A was done with the fans and a Rossoneri-themed quiz also took place, giving the fans a memorable afternoon ahead of their Champions League clash with the Blues.

The Milan event was free to attend and the first 300 attendees received a special gift.

Milan won two of their seven European titles in England, with the first being at Wembley in 1963 and the second coming in Manchester in 2003, when they beat Juventus in the finals.

Neither side have enjoyed a particularly exciting start to the 2022-23 Serie A season but their respective form either side of the international break has been particularly poor.

Salernitana have drawn three and lost two of their last five league games with Verona losing three straight games ahead of their trip to Salerno this weekend.

With struggles for positivity for either team going into this contest, a draw looks to be a solid option, to try and give some cause for optimism ahead of a busy run of games across Serie A before the World Cup in November.

As expected, based on their collective form, goals have been an issue for both managers in recent weeks, with Salernitana scoring six in their last five games. Verona have fared even worse, with four goals scored in their last six domestic outings.

Within that streak of matches, Salernitana have scored over 1.5 goals inside 90 minutes just once, with Verona matching that paltry record in front of goal since the start of September.

Verona are the weaker of the two sides going into the game and just one of their last seven Serie A games have featured over 2.5 goals scored in total by both teams. Their total of seven league goals so far is the joint third lowest in the Italian top-flight.

A draw would stop a dreadful losing streak for Verona. But they do not look likely to snatch an unlikely first away win of the season, with Salernitana picking up just four points from four home league games at this stage in the 2022-23 season.

The 36-year-old Frenchman spent two and a half years with the Blues from January 2018 to July 2021, leaving last summer for Milan in a deal worth around €1m. Giroud was mostly expected to play a backup role but has since become a consistent figure under Stefano Pioli, scoring 19 goals in 48 appearances across all competitions.

Speaking to L’Equipe, Giroud remembered when he was close to joining Inter after a tough period at Chelsea.

“I remember a period with Frank Lampard. It was difficult. I didn’t play a lot. I was very close to Inter in January 2020, but in the end I stayed and he decided to let me play, scoring eight goals in the last ten league games.

“I remember the first in this series. It was against Tottenham. I opened the scoring with a volley that caught between the post and Hugo [Lloris]. Lampard revived me and we took the 4th place which is the qualification for the Champions League, which we then won.”

He touched on his physical condition and the long season ahead of Milan.

“I’ve always said it, as long as I have the physical ability, as long as my body allows me to, I will try to reach the highest level. In my head I always have this great motivation.

“Two years ago I said two more years… but now I’m still very well. I’m still there. My contract is going to expire at the end of the year. We’ll see. But I don’t set limits for myself.”

The French veteran reflected on the Rossoneri’s positive start to the season.

“I came back from holiday in very good shape after recharging my batteries. Our end of the season was difficult with the fight with Inter for the Scudetto. We sought it and achieved it. After the title, this season will be difficult because we will have to confirm it.

“We started well in the league. I also started well with four goals in eight Serie A games and another in the Champions League.”

The 36-year-old spoke about how it felt to not receive a call-up to the French national team in the summer.

“It might have been a blessing in disguise. As I said, I was coming off a difficult finish with Milan for the Scudetto. I compensated for this frustration of not being called up to the Blues with a long rest and a lot of time with my family.

“With experience I knew that the period ahead of us, with matches every three days between Serie A and the Champions League, would be complicated.”

He commented on his chances of going to the World Cup with France.

“I don’t have a percentage to give. I showed what needed to be shown. I did my best to be there. Now I’m thinking about Milan.”

Finally, Giroud discussed his status as a leader in the Milan squad.

“I feel like an old man who can still contribute. I also hope to be an older brother who always wants to pass on and share his experience with the younger ones. That’s what I also do at Milan.”