‘2nd place and 19 points’ Napoli, considering ‘league rotation’ for the Champions League

It is already 19 points away from second place. It is time for Napoli, which is also looking at the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), to consider the ‘league rotation’.

Napoli won 4-0 in Turin in the 27th round of Italian Serie A in the 2022-23 season held at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino in Turin, Italy at 11:00 pm (hereinafter referred to as Korean time) on the 19th.

It was a perfect performance. Napoli pushed Torino hard from the start and took the lead through Victor Osimen’s goal in the 9th minute. In the middle of the first half, Torino gained momentum and went through a crisis, but after Hvica Kvarachhelia’s additional goal from a penalty kick in the 35th minute, they were able to secure the victory without much difficulty.

The gap with the second place widened even more. Inter Milan, chasing Napoli, lost 0-1 to Juventus and dropped to third place. Currently, Lazio (52 points) is in second place, and the difference between Napoli (71 points) and Napoli (71 points) is a whopping 19 points. Since the league only has 11 games left, it is not an exaggeration to say that it is virtually ‘confirmed victory’.

There are still goals left. It is the most points won in Serie A history. The record is held by Juventus (102 points) in the 2013-14 season. The number of points Napoli can acquire for the rest of the season is 33, and arithmetically, a win of 104 points is possible.

Still, now is the time to actively consider rotation in the league. This is because, in a situation where the league championship is certain, a situation has been created in which good results in the UCL can be aimed at. 바카라

On the 17th, through the UEFA UCL quarterfinal and semifinal draw ceremony, Napoli met AC Milan in the quarterfinals. The opponent to meet in the semifinals is the winner of the match between Inter Milan and Benfica.

This is a good news for Naples. It’s not simply because he avoided strong teams like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester City. Napoli lacks big stage experience as they advanced to the UCL quarter-finals for the first time in history, but this shortcoming is offset to some extent by meeting Serie A teams familiar to them.

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