Tottenham loanee Tanguy Ndombele scores and Man United transfer target Victor Osimhen scores two more goals as Napoli continue to tilt for the Serie A title
Tanguy Ndombele scored his first Serie A goal of the season to help Napoli continue their incredible campaign.
The midfielder, on loan from Tottenham, scored the final goal in their 4-0 victory over Turin, Manchester United target Victor Osimhen shining once again.
Ndombele had found life difficult at Spurs after making just ten starts for them in the first half of last season before returning to Lyon on loan.
Last summer, he agreed to play for Napoli for the current season, for whom he has made 33 appearances so far.
Only six of them have started in the league, but he proved crucial for the team on Sunday afternoon.
Ndombele found the back of the net in the 68th minute to go game, set and game against Torino.
The opener was scored by Osimhen, before Khvicha Kvaratskhelia doubled their lead with just over half an hour of play.
Osimhen then scored his 25th goal of the season shortly after the break, before team-mate Ndombele added the finishing touch.
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The Napoli star striker’s efforts have seen him attract interest from some of Europe’s top sides.
One of them is United, who according to talkSPORT could face competition from Premier League rivals Chelsea for his signature.
A deal could cost them upwards of £100m with the striker being one of the hottest players in football this season.
His goals helped Napoli rise to the top of Serie A, and they are currently 21 points clear of 2nd place Inter Milan.
If they were to go all the way, it would be their first league title since 1990.
They will also face Inter rivals AC Milan in the Champions League quarter-finals, with a place in the final certainly not out of the question.