MILAN (Reuters) – Napoli scored a 2-1 home win against Genoa's hosts in the Primera Liga on Saturday after defying the ground for an indescribable stadium at the start of the second half.
Cristian Kwame took the lead in the first half but after a 10-minute break at the start of the second half until the end of the rain, Fabian Ruiz scored the equalizer before Genoa's Davidi Berasque scored a foul .
The victory gave a huge boost to Napoli, which showed a strong personality and behaved well with the field full of rain, causing the ball to stop a lot.
Napoli is second with 28 points from 12 games, three points behind Juventus, which visit Milan on Sunday.
Lorentso Encini of Napoli scores on the net but Genoa puts the ball ahead in the 20th with a header from Kwame, who easily beats Mr. Hessay to meet Romulo's cross from the right.
The situation worsened rapidly after the break and although the circumstances seemed to influence the style of Naples on the basis of the passage, the team returned strong after the resumption of the game.
Despite the muddy shot, Napoli managed to equalize after a smooth move while Derris Mertens moved a ball from Alan's foot to Ruiz, who hit his left foot on the net in the 62nd minute.
Four minutes before the end, Mario Roy hit a free kick from the free kick for the area and Peraski, who was under pressure from Napoli, hit his net.
The Genoa, which suffered the third consecutive defeat, remained without wins in five games with the new coach Ivan Uric, protested angrily and declared that his players had been paid, but the referee calculated the goal after consulting the video of the referee.