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Wednesday, November 8, 2023

VIDEO: Napoli goal disallowed against Union Berlin due to a push on defender

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Napoli goal disallowed against Union Berlin because to a push on defender.

The first half seemed comfortable enough too, Andre Frank Zambo Anguissa with a goal disallowed for the Giovanni Di Lorenzo push, then Matteo Politano put the Partenopei in front.

However, they were caught on the counter-attack by David Fofana and then struggled to get real shots on target, seeming too hasty to get the finish away.

“It is difficult to explain what happened this evening, we cannot concede this type of goal,” Politano told Sky Sport Italia.

Juranović would have drawn Union level with the very last kick of the half but his low free-kick from just outside the area pinged off Meret’s right-hand upright. Instead, it was Fofana who did so when Jérôme Roussillon’s long ball forward caught Napoli short at the back: Becker’s shot was saved by Meret, but Fofana smashed home the rebound. Union kept their opponents at arm’s length until the closing stages: Rønnow watched as Amir Rrahmani’s glancing header cleared his crossbar before the Union goalkeeper got everything behind a Khvicha Kvaratskhelia drive as Union picked up an historic first Champions League point to retain hope of clinching third spot in Group C and progressing to the UEFA Europa League.

“It’s just inexplicable. They never really had a shot on goal other than that, whereas we created lots of opportunities. There are another two games, we absolutely must qualify for the next phase.

“We are very disappointed, but all we can do now is work hard and try to qualify.”

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