The Stadio Diego Armando Maradona Stadium witnessed the Nigerian International light up stage yet again.
Napoli dominated the first half, with Piotr Zielinski and Victor Osimhen both finding the back of the net, providing a commanding 2-0 lead at halftime.
Zielinski converted a penalty in the 19th minute, showcasing his composure by sending the goalkeeper the wrong way and placing the ball in the opposite corner.
The Super Eagles star, Osimhen, who had faced a goal drought, ended his five-game dry spell with a confident finish, exploiting ample space to convert Politano’s throughball.
Napoli asserted their dominance in the first half, enjoying over 70% possession.
In the second half, Kvaratskhelia extended Napoli’s lead to 3-0 in the 74th minute.
The winger capitalized on a defensive error, outsmarted the goalkeeper, and calmly slotted the ball into an empty net.
Although Samardzic pulled one goal back for Udinese, Napoli swiftly responded.
Kvaratskhelia’s cross met Simeone, whose powerful header left Silvestri unable to stop it, sealing a convincing 4-1 victory for Napoli.
Victor Osimhen’s impressive performance has reignited hope for the number nine, and he, along with his teammates, will now be gearing up for their upcoming clash against Lecce on Saturday.