Kalidou Koulibaly’s late winner against Juventus on Sunday night has thrown the Serie A title-race wide open.
Which is good news for all of you neutrals out there, as it means one of Europe’s top five leagues is still very much undecided – with just one point now separating the two Italian giants at the top of the table with just four games remaining.
Napoli have been in pole position for their first title since the 1989-1990 season for much of the campaign, but let Juve overtake them when they lost to Roma back in March.
And they dropped back further with frustrating draws to Sassuolo, Milan and Inter.
But their remarkable win over the Old Lady on Sunday has given their fans renewed hope, with Juve yet to visit the likes of Inter and Roma.
As you’d expect, fans of Partenopei were over the moon with the result.
So much so, in fact, that wild celebrations from fans back in Naples caused ‘significant ground movement’ in the area.
That’s right, according to the Euro-Med Seismological Centre – which monitors earthquake activity across Europe – a spike in seismic activity in Fuorigrotta, a suburb of Naples, was registered.
So, if you’re in Naples and felt the ground moving, it was probably just a bunch of very happy Napoli supporters.
- Here’s why everyone should be excited about the Serie A title race
- Will Mohamed Salah and James Rodriguez come back to haunt their former clubs?
- How many of Roma’s current XI would get in their last title winning side?