This is enough for a Napoli fan… “Kim Min-jae didn’t leave it alone”

Antonio Cassano seems to have become a Napoli fan.

Napoli 2-0 against Einracht Frankfurt in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-23 season European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) held at Deutsche Bank Parque in Frankfurt, Germany on the 22nd at 5:00 am (Korean time) Victory was won.메이저놀이터

Napoli took the lead in the first half. In the 40th minute of the first half, Irving Lozano’s cross was connected by Victor Osimen’s shot to open the scoring. In the second half, Frankfurt’s sending off gave Napoli a numerical advantage, and Giovanni Di Lorenzo scored an extra goal. The game ended with Napoli’s 2-0 victory, and thanks to the two-point victory, Napoli was able to play the second leg in a relaxed state.

After the match, Cassano praised Napoli’s performance. Cassano has played for a number of Italian Serie A clubs during his career, including AS Roma, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Sampdoria, but has never worn a Napoli shirt. Nonetheless, Cassano has been praising Napoli’s performance this season.

Cassano again applauded Napoli’s performance. After watching Napoli’s game on Bobo TV, a podcast channel run by Christian Vieri, he said, “It was an overwhelming game. Did you see the first goal? I watched the game and was convinced that no one could replace Stanislav Robotka. Napoli played a fantastic game and I was impressed by the game today.”

Cassano’s praise continued. Cassano added, “Naples sails fast. The word I like to use to describe Naples is stratospheric. Napoli is doing extraordinary things.”

There was also a mention of Kim Min-jae’s performance. Kim Min-jae, who started as a starter on this day, performed outstandingly by tying Muani with Frankfurt’s main striker, Langdal Cole.

Cassano said, “Have you seen Colo Muani? Kim Min-jae did not leave him alone.

This is enough to be a Napoli fan. Cassano is busy praising Napoli after every match. Italian media ‘Area Napoli’, which delivers news related to Naples, expressed, “It seems that Cassano has run out of adjectives prepared for Naples.”

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