Spalletti targets a Serie A record with Napoli’s strong start

 Spalletti targets a Serie A record with Napoli’s strong start

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Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti aims to break the record set by former Roma coach Rudi Garcia in the number of consecutive victories at the start of the Italian Serie A.

According to the Italian newspaper, Corriere dello Sport:

Napoli is in an exceptional period with Luciano Spalletti, after he managed to achieve 7 victories in the first seven rounds of the Serie A, occupying first place in the Italian league standings.

Napoli managed to win each of its first seven matches of the Italian Serie A season for the second time in its history.

After the 2017/18 season when he racked up eight wins in his first eight under Maurizio Sarri.

The record for the number of consecutive victories at the beginning of the season belongs to French coach Rudi Garcia with AS Roma.

During the 2013-2014 season, after achieving 10 consecutive victories in the first 10 matches of the current season.

Napoli will play in the eighth and next round against Torino, before it is a guest of Rome in the ninth round, and then it will face the Bologna team at the “Diego Armando Maradona” stadium.

The global network “Squawka” reported:

Napoli is the only team in the top five European leagues that has managed to achieve the full mark in the league this season.

Napoli won in the first 7 rounds of the Italian League, during which he scored 18 goals, conceded only three goals, and netted in 4 matches.

Two goals for Napoli against Fiorentina were scored by:

Herving Lozano in the 39th minute, Amir Rahmani in the 50th minute, while Lucas Martinez scored Fiorentina’s only goal in the 28th minute of the match.

With this result, Napoli moved to the top of the Italian league standings.

After achieving the full mark by winning the first 7 matches in the competition, he scored 21 points, while Fiorentina’s balance stopped at 12 points, occupying fifth place.

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