Napoli finally won their first victory under the direction of new Allenatore, Gennaro Gattuso. Precisely, the victory was achieved in the match against Sassuolo last weekend. However, the former AC Milan coach was reluctant to get carried away by the triumph of his team.
As is known, Napoli faced Sassuolo in the Italian Serie A continuation last weekend. In that match, Hamed Junior Traore briefly put Sassuolo in charge of the match, but Allan balanced the score until the injury-time collaboration between Eljif Elmas and Pedro Obiang produced the winning goal for the Partenopei.
This victory is clearly important for Napoli, especially after a series of negative results they found until evicted to position 7 in the standings. In addition, the club is also working under the new manager Gennaro Gattuso, and in fact the victory over Sassuolo is the first victory won by the former AC Milan manager.
Instead of being happy, Gattuso was reluctant to respond to this victory with a big head. According to him there are still many aspects that must be addressed, Napoli considered not in the best condition. Moreover, the club has not won in the last two months, he also confirmed that Napoli cannot be repaired in just a short time.
“We are aware, this team is still not in its best condition. We did not win in two months. It helps a little, I know we can’t recover overnight, but somehow this is a strong team, and we start to see things differently.”
“It feels, this team does not lack quality. It only takes balance and enjoy football. Played 4-3-3 over the years, so to run it we need to be tighter, have good communication between lines, and I think some of my tasks have been completed well in yesterday’s game, ”
“Most of these players write important sheets in the history of the book Naples and compete for the Scudetto, but I can be sure they will experience an experience they have never felt before,” Gattuso told Sky Sport Italia.
As is known, Gattusso is believed to be the successor of Carlo Ancelotti who was kicked out after escorting the club to the knockout stages of the European Champions League.