The Napoli qualified for the first time in its history for the quarterfinals of the Champions League by beating Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0, this Wednesday in the second leg of their round of XNUMX tie at the top European tournament.
After winning 2-0 in the first leg in Germany, the Neapolitans were on the right track and the second leg was really a formality, crowned with an opening brace from Nigerian Victor Osimhen and a penalty scored by Pole Piotr Zielinski .
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In this Wednesday's game, Eintracht tried unsuccessfully from the beginning to get a goal that would re-engage them in the tie and make them believe in the comeback.
The Colombian Rafael Santos Borré sent a header too crossed in minute 10 and Mario Götze also sent wide in minute 31.
Kevin Trapp saved the visitors, sending a corner, before a new Kvaratskhelia attempt, but could no longer do anything at 45 + 2, when Osimhen headed a Matteo Politano cross into the net.
In the second half, Napoli sealed the game and the tie at minute 53, with a cross from Giovanni Di Lorenzo that Osimhen put on goal, making it 2-0.
In 64, with Eintracht already surrendered to the evidence, Napoli extended the score with a penalty converted by Piotr Zielinski
Italy will be the most represented country in the Champions League quarterfinals, with Napoli, AC Milan and Inter Milan.