– Big Moment – VG

- Big Moment - VG

(Napoli Rangers 3-0) Leo Skerry Ostegaard (22) made his Champions League debut and scored for Napoli against Rangers.


The Norwegian central defender shook his head with a 3-0 goal for the Italian team, who won all five matches in the Champions League group.

– It was a special feeling. I worked hard for this, but I was ready to show my qualities, says Ostegaard in an interview on TV 2.

After scoring, he celebrated in front of the Napoli fans.

– I’ve always loved fans. For me, fans are everything. Scoring in front of them was an incredible feeling. The Norwegian says it’s a big moment for me.

So Napoli stands with 15 points, while Liverpool is in second place with 12 points. These two teams meet in the last round.

In addition to scoring, Ostegaard also made a perfect semi-defensive match.

– This is a strong team. When you get the chance, you just have to show your qualities. Today went well. Keeping a clean sheet is as important as scoring. It was a very good feeling.

Fantastic goal: Leo Skiri Østigård took a few steps, but still managed to drive the ball into goal after a corner kick from Raspadori.

National team goalkeeper Ostegaard had little time to play for in resplendent Napoli, but he got a chance right from the start in his third game for the club. This is his first goal for the club.

And soon the match was decided at Diego Maradona Stadium after Giovanni Simeone scored two goals in the first 16 minutes. Østigård’s goal came in the 80th minute after a corner kick from Giacomo Raspadori.

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– Nice! Two or three took to the field and still managed to put the ball in the net, says Jesper Mathisen on the TV2 broadcast.

It is not easy to set this goal.

Leo Skiri Østigård came to Napoli in July 2022. In recent years, he has been on loan from Brighton to a number of clubs. St. Pauli, Coventry, Stoke and Genoa.

Reviewed by Rangers-Alfredo Morelos by Leo Skiri Østigård.

Napoli now has 12 wins in a row. The team has won its last seven league matches as well as all five Champions League matches so far. It’s a club record. The old record of 11 consecutive victories was set during Diego Maradona’s tenure in Naples, namely in 1986.

In total this season, they have had 14 wins and two draws on aggregate in all competitions.

Liverpool can still win the group – if they beat Napoli by four next week. That match at Anfield. Napoli won 4-1 at home.

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A funny curiosity from the statistics service OptaJoe: Giovanni Simeone has become the second Argentine to score four goals in his first four Champions League matches.

the first?

Father Diego Simeone.

According to football journalist Fabrizio Romano, Napoli manager Cristiano Giuntoli denied there were any plans to sign Cristiano Ronaldo in January. – We won’t sign anyone in January. We don’t need any changes in the team.

The same Giuntoli vehemently rejects that Napoli’s Georgian jewel Kvaratskhelia is suitable for Manchester City. – It is not for sale, says Giuntoli according to the same Romano.

Group A:

Ajax (Netherlands) – Liverpool (England) 0-3 (0-1)
Goals: 0-1 Mohamed Salah (41), 0-2 Darwin Nunez (48), 0-3 Harvey Elliott (51).

Napoli (Italy) – Rangers (Scotland) 3-0 (2-0)
Goals: 1-0 Giovanni Simeone (11), 2-0 Simeone (16), 3-0 Leo Skerri Ostegaard (80).

39,835 spectators.

Leo Skiri Østigård played the whole match for Naples.

Group B:

Bruges (Belgium) – Porto (Portugal) 0-4 (0-1)
Goals: 0-1 Mehdi Taremi (33), 0-2 Evanelson (57), 0-3 Stephen Ostaccio (60), 0-4 Taremi (70).

26,144 spectators.

Antonio Nossa played 19 minutes as a substitute for Brugge.

Atletico Madrid (Spain) – Leverkusen (Germany) 2-2 (1-2)
Goals: 0-1 Moussa Diaby (9), 1-1 Yannick Carrasco (22), 1-2 Callum Hudson-Odoi (29), 2-2 Rodrigo de Paul (50).

63,803 spectators.

Group C:

Barcelona (Spain) – Bayern Munich (Germany) 0-3 (0-2)
Goals: 0-1 Sadio Mane (9), 0-2 Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting (30), 0-3 Benjamin Pavard (90).

84,018 spectators.

Inter (Italy) – Viktoria Plzen (Czech Republic) 4-0 (2-0)
Goals: 1-0 Henrikh Mkhitaryan (35), 2-0 Edin Dzeko (42), 3-0 Dzeko (66), 4-0 Romelu Lukaku (87).

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71,849 spectators.

Group D:

Tottenham (England) – Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) 1-1 (0-1)
Goals: 0-1 Marcos Edwards (21), 1-1 Rodrigo Bentancur (79).

Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) – Marseille (France) 2-1 (2-1)
Goals: 1-0 Daichi Kamada (3), 1-1 Matteo Guendouzi (22), 2-1 Randal Kolo Mwani (27).

48,700 spectators.

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