Napoli Player Ratings vs Torino: Rampant Osimhen Leads Another Routing

Despite being away from home, the astonishing performance, resounding victory and the band of thousands of supporters would have you believe that Napoli were playing on their own turf at the Maradona Stadium. Nevertheless, Sunday’s encounter ensued at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino despite what the outcome suggested. In the end, the hosts had no answer for their rampant visitors who scored a couple of goals in each half. So here are our player ratings for Napoli who further cemented their uncontested spot on top of the Serie A table with a 4-0 win over Torino.

Napoli (4-3-3)

Alex Meret – 6.5

The Italian international goalkeeper had to pull off a couple of important saves to deny Nikola Vlasic and Samuele Ricci and earn himself another clean sheet.

Giovanni Di Lorenzo – 7

The Napoli skipper ran his socks off from the first minute to the last. Kept Nemanja Radonjic in check and played a role in the third goal.

Amir Rrahmani – 7

The former Verona man hardly ever puts a foot wrong. Dominated the physical duel against Antonio Sanabria before earning some rest time by the 70th minute.

Kim Min-jae – 7

Another solid performer at the back for Luciano Spalletti’s side. The South Korean displayed his defensive prowess in Turin and even lunged forward in search for goals.

Matias Olivera – 7.5

A wonderful display from the Uruguayan whose crosses were behind two goals, including a razor-sharp assist for Osimhen.

André-Frank Zambo Anguissa – 7

The Cameroonian bossed the middle of the park and launched the play that culminated in the third goal with a lovely turn. But perhaps should have done better to pick up the unmarked Ricci on a couple of occasions.

Stanislav Lobotka – 7

The Slovakian anchored the middle of the park rather comfortably with his effortless vision. He also did well to retrieve the ball on countless occasions.

Piotr Zielinski – 6

A decent outing from the former Udinese, albeit it only lasted for an hour. Combined well with his teammates, but couldn’t direct his attempts goalward.

Hirving Lozano – 5.5

An underwhelming display from the Mexican, especially in comparison to that of his partners upfront. His influence was hardly felt on the right flank.

Victor Osimhen – 9

A simply stunning display from the imminent Capocannoniere winner. Beat Vanja Milinkovic-Savic with a couple of headers, but his impressive work rate deserves some plaudits on its own, as he won back the ball for Napoli on several occasions, including the one that directly led to the fourth goal.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia – 8

Another splendid showing from the Georgian winger. He won and converted the spot kick that doubled the Partenopei’s lead, provided the pre-assist on Napoli’s third and put Ndombélé through on goal for the final strike.


Eljif Elmas – 5.5

The versatile super-sub played as a right winger but wasn’t exactly an upgrade on Lozano.

Tanguy Ndombélé – 6.5

The Frenchman scored the fourth Napoli goal just moments after coming in, slotting the ball past the goalkeeper.

Leo Ostigard – 6

The Norwegian got himself a rare cameo, but was largely untroubled.

Giovanni Simeone – 5.5

The Argentine ran hard but Napoli decided that they had enough by the time came in.

Gianluca Gaetano – N/A

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