Serie A Week 1: Result FROSINONE 1 – 3 NAPOLI, Saturday 19 August 2023 Anna Italia
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48% Ball Possession FROSINONE and 52% Ball Possession NAPOLI
  Frosinone 1 – 3 Napoli 
7′ Abdou Harroui  (pen)               24′ Matteo Politano
.                                                              42′ Victor Osimhen
.                                                              79′ Victor Osimhen
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Frosinone failed to make a decent debut after their promotion from the Serie B. Napoli, current Italy’s Champions, crushed Frosinone claiming the Serie A Week 1 victory on Saturday 19 August 2023 at the Benito Stirpe Stadium in Frosinone, Italy. Napoli won from a comeback on a good Frosinone, the final 1-3 with a brace from Victor Osimhen on two assists from Di Lorenzo. Frosinone had found the momentary advantage thanks to the penalty scored by Harroui for Cajuste’s foul on Baez. Finally, Napoli that does not break down, draws with Matteo Politano and takes the lead with Osimhen.

Frosinone scored the first goal of the Serie A 2023-2024 season.  In the 7th minute, Abdou Harroui converts a penalty with a right-footed shot defeating Napoli goalkeeper Meret in the bottom right corner.  The penalty is conceded by Jens Cajuste after a foul on Jaime Báez in the penalty area.

Napoli equalized in the 24th minute, Matteo Politano defeated Frosinone goalkeeper Stefano Turati with a left-footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Napoli breaking the draw with forward Victor Osimhen with a right footed shot to the high center.

Napoli rocking and scoring again! Osimhen delighted the fans with a brace in the 79th minute defeating goalkeeper Turati with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Giovanni Di Lorenzo.


👉  Stats before the game: Among the opponents faced more than twice in Serie A, Napoli is one of the four – with Turin, Rome and Inter – against which Frosinone has always lost (4/4); moreover, the Neapolitan team is – among these – the one that has scored the most goals against the Ciociari in the top division (15).   After a run of three consecutive wins, Napoli lost their last Serie A match against a newly promoted team (0-2 vs Monza); the Neapolitans have not suffered two defeats in a row against teams from Serie B since 2015 (against Palermo and Empoli).  Frosinone have lost in both of their two Serie A season debuts: 1-2 at home against Torino on 23 August 2015 and 0-4 away against Atalanta on 20 August 2018.  Napoli are unbeaten in their Serie A season opener against newly promoted sides (W13, D4): the last of these matches was a 2-0 win against Venezia in August 2021.
Napoli have won all their last six matches on matchday 1 of Serie A, already a record streak for the Neapolitans in the first match of the season in the top division.


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Frosinone 1 – 3 Napoli
Saturday 19 August 2023
Benito Stirpe Stadium
Frosinone, Italy


Fourth Official:  LA PENNA

Attendance:  15.822

Goals: 7′ Abdou Harroui  (pen)(F), 24′ Matteo Politano (N), 42′ 79′ Victor Osimhen (N)

🟨 Yellows: 12′ Anthony Oyono (F), 13′ Stanislav Lobotka (N), 27′ Jens Cajuste (N), 39′ Mathías Olivera (N), 45+5′ Luca Mazzitelli (F), 83′ Francesco Gelli (F)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup FROSINONE (4-3-3): Turati; Oyono, Monterisi, Romagnoli, Marchizza; Gelli, Mazzitelli (75′ Brescianini), Harroui (85′ Barrenechea); Baez (70’ Canotto), Cuni (68′ Borrelli), Caso (66′ Kvernadze).

Subs: Cerofolini, Palmisani, Pahic, Haoudi, Garritano, Szyminski, Bidaoui, Macej.

Coach:  Eusebio Di Francesco.

👉 Lineup NAPOLI (4-3-3): Meret; Di Lorenzo, Rrahmani, Juan Jesus, Olivera (76′ Mario Rui); Cajuste (46′ Anguissa), Lobotka (91′ Ostigard), Zielinski; Politano (76′ Elmas), Osimhen (80′ Simeone), Raspadori.

Subs: Contini, Gollini, Natan, Lozano, Zerbin, Zedadka, Russo, Zanoli.

Coach: Rudi Garcia.