Fiorentina 0-2 Napoli: Lorenzo Insigne spot-kick and Lorenzo Venuti own-goal pile the pressure onto Juventus for Champions League qualification going into Serie A final day
- Napoli faced Fiorentina in Tuscany on Sunday, the penultimate game of the term
- A goalless first 45 passed before hosts keeper Bartlomiej Drągowski was sent-off
- Lorenzo Insigne fired the following penalty before Lorenzo Venuti’s own-goal
- Napoli are now left in a strong position going into the final day top-four battle
Napoli have placed Juventus in severe danger of missing-out on Champions League qualification, beating Fiorentina to put themselves a point ahead of the Turin side with a game remaining.
Lorenzo Insigne scored a penalty after hosts keeper Bartlomiej Drągowski was sent-off, before Lorenzo Venuti deflected Piotr Zielinski’s shot in to hand the Gennaro Gattuso side a sixth win in eight unbeaten matches.
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Lorenzo Insigne scored on Sunday to strengthen Napoli’s bid for a Champions League spot
Insigne scored from the penalty spot after keeper Bartlomiej Drągowski was shown a red card