Napoli midfielder Amadou Diawara has said that his aspect will keep on difficult for the Scudetto following a 2-1 comeback win over Chievo.
Maurizio Sarri’s males gave a spirited efficiency to turnaround a objective deficit as they proceed the chase for their first Italian Serie A title since 1990.
Mariusz Stepinski fired Chievo forward together with his 73rd minute objective however Arkadiusz Milik drew the hosts levelled to start out the dramatic comeback within the 89th minute.
On the dying, Diawara curled a proper-footed shot to the again of the web to seize the essential three factors for the Naples outfit.
The victory means Napoli stay inside 4 factors of leaders Juventus.
“I didn’t think about I’d rating my debut aim like that, however the ball got here to me and I went for it. After the objective, all my teammates, the coach and the employees gave me a pat on the again. I’ll deliver a cake to the locker room as thanks!,” Diawara advised Mediaset Premium.
“We have been so unfortunate within the first half, had so many possibilities and couldn’t convert them. We’re working properly and hope the forwards can return to scoring objectives quickly.
“I work exhausting in coaching, put myself on the disposal of the coach and I am very grateful each time I’m given the chance to play and present what I can do.
“There’s an extended solution to go and we have now to win each recreation. We will struggle to the bitter finish on each ball, from the primary minute to the final, and all the time attempt to win.”
The previous Bologna participant devoted his maiden Serie A objective to his late mom.
“It was an important objective for the staff and I’m additionally completely happy for my debut Serie A objective,” he continued.
“I dedicate this objective to my mom, who died a yr earlier than I got here to Italy, so she didn’t get to see me play in Serie A.”