Sun 05 February 2023 | 14:45

Victor Osimhen reveals apologizing to Spezia fangirl before kickoff

Spezia held on the Serie A leaders Napoli to a goalless draw for the first half on Sunday before their defender Arkadiusz Reca eventually gifted the Partenopei a penalty which Kvaratskhelia converted.

Kvicha Kvaratskhelia set up Osimhen twice as


celebrated a 3-0 victory over Spezia.

Victor Osimhen

became the fourth Napoli player in history to score 16 goals in the first 21 Serie A games of the season after Luis Vinicio, Edinson Cavani, and Gonzalo Higuain.

Congratulations to the team, it’s good to contribute two goals. Big respect to Spezia, they gave us a good fight in the first half,”

Osimhen told

Sky Sport Italia


“We needed these points to keep the momentum going. I’m happy with the win and of course to be in the history of Napoli is a great privilege for me, so I am very happy for this.

“All the victories are important, we need to keep the momentum and try to win all games. It is not going to be easy of course, Serie A is a very competitive league and we have to be on top of our game. We go back, we prepare for the next game, that is the most important thing.”

The Nigerian continued to praise


as he clambered into the fans to hug a young lady, posing for selfies on the way back out before the kickoff.

He added on the incident:

“I was making the practice shot, I shot over the goal and there was a lady in the middle of the fans. I think she was looking at her phone, the ball hit her in the face and I felt so sorry, as I didn’t mean to do that. I had to show my appreciation and say sorry for that.”



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