David Ospina (Napoli), Cristian Zapata and Kevin Agudelo (Genoa) It was the Colombians who were present at the game. The goalkeeper of the Colombian National Team had a quiet game, with few interventions and when the team needed it he was sure. The Colombian defender did his job and sometimes tried to launch himself into attack.
Agudelo was the most prominent of Colombians. He generated offensive play, was precise in his passes and generated a lot of offensive play. The most important arrivals of Genoa had the intervention of the Colombian. He was replaced in the 90 + 4 minute.
The match began with a goal play annulled to Napoli for offside. Lozano, Mertens, Callejon and Ruiz were the players who tried to reach the rival goal. However they did it with very little clarity and they crashed into a wall called Andrei Radu. The Romanian goalkeeper was the great figure throughout the game.
In the second part Napoli kept the pressure up, generated collective game and tried to attack with six men, but failed to specify. The clearest of the game was a header from Lozano that Radu stopped on the line.
With this result, Napoli marches in box 7 of Serie A with 19 points and on the next date they will visit AC Milan. On the other hand Genoa is located in position 17 with nine points and in the next game they will visit SPAL.
Llorente (59 ', Alley), Eljif Elmas (65 ', Insigne), Denilho Cleonise (79 ', Pandev), S. Luperto (83 ', Hysaj), Radovanovic (87 ', Francesco Cassata), Paolo Ghiglione (94 ', Kevin Agudelo)
Referee: Gianpaolo Calvarese
VAR Referee: Daniele Chiffi
SchOne (14 ', Yellow) Francesco Cassata (78 ', Yellow) Llorente (80 ', Yellow) Denilho Cleonise (82 ', Yellow) Lukas Lerager (84 ', Yellow