Zambo Ingwesa showcases his attacking abilities in Napoli's win

Zambo Ingwesa showcases his attacking abilities in Napoli’s win

ROME (AP) – Andre-Franc Zambo-Angwesa drew attention for his physical presence in midfield during his first season at Napoli, making 30 appearances in all competitions while on loan from Fulham. Taken – but without any goals.

Ten games into his second season with the southern club – which he later bought his full rights to – Zambo Inguisa is showing the attacking abilities he can also showcase for Cameroon at the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

Scored his first goal for Napoli A memorable 4-1 Champions League defeat to Liverpool Last month, Zambo Inguisa produced the opening two points in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Torino to extend Napoli’s unbeaten start and move the Partenopei three points clear at the top of Serie A.

Atalanta can go back level with Napoli by defeating Fiorentina on Sunday.

“It’s always important to get points,” Zambo Ingwesa said. “But I want to do my job. If the goals come I’m happy. If we win all the games and I don’t score, I don’t care.

Napoli are chasing their first Italian league title since the late Maradona’s side managed just two Serie A titles in 1987 and 1990.

“We just want to win all the games. We’ll see in the end,” Zambo Ingwesa said.

Zambo Inguisa’s opener came on six minutes with a header after a well-placed cross from Mario Rui between several defenders at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, who combined well with Khawacha Quaratsakhelia down the left.

After another six minutes, Zambo Ingwesa once again made a solo move after collecting the ball near midfield, making a quick run down the right flank and slotting in at the near post.

Napoli’s new dribbling wizard Kovartsakhelia from Georgia added a third in the 37th after he too had the ball at his feet for nearly 50 yards before curling in at the far post.

Antonio Sanabria pulled one back for Torino before the break during a rare lapse of concentration by Napoli.

Later, Roma coach Jose Mourinho will watch from the stands due to the touchline ban as he revisits the club he had a treble with 12 years ago – Inter Milan.

Also, defending champions AC Milan visit Ampoli.

In the Champions League, Napoli host Ajax and Inter host Barcelona on Tuesday, while Milan visit Chelsea and struggling Juventus host Maccabi Haifa on Wednesday.

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