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NAPOLI, Insigne: "Playing home might be key for defeating Liverpool"

03.10.2018 13.20 by Claudio Colla  read 406
Source: www.sscnapoli.it
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Introducing tonight CL main game against Liverpool, Napoli vice-captain and star winger/forward Lorenzo Insigne stated: "We want to produce a big performance, opposite Reds. It’ll be a wonderful night, and the support of the San Paolo could be the key. It’s going to be a tough match, but we’re calm and confident. It’s an exciting match-up, and we’re playing it home. San Paolo Stadium always spurs us on in these games, and I’m sure we’ll make it a battle for Liverpool.

I’m really enjoying the new position. I’ve always preferred playing closer to the goal, and I’m pleased that the coach has shown his trust in me with this idea. From my side, I hope to repay him, and help the team by trying to create lots of chances. I’m focused on working hard and improving. I’m aware that I didn’t have the best game against Juventus, last Saturday, but now I'm just focused on offering a great performance alongside my team.

My first Champions League goal was five years ago, a free-kick against Klopp’s Dortmund. I hope it means good luck for us, but the past doesn’t count for much. I believe that in order to get to the top you need to work hard. and keep trying to improve. I want to do that with Napoli. I try to improve every day. I’m hoping for a great game from us tomorrow because we’re desperate for the three points as we go through the group. We are confident enough to do it".

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