Napoli’s lead at the top of the Serie A table is back to 18 points after they won 2-0 against Atalanta and Inter lost 2-1 to Spezia on Matchday 26.
Sassuolo defeated AS Roma 4-3 in a thriller, Juventus were able to win 4-2 against Sampdoria, and Torino beat Lecce 2-0.
Elsewhere, Fiorentina won 2-0 against Cremonese, and Udinese just needed a solitary goal to defeat Empoli.
Here is the Serie A Team of the Week for Matchday 26 of the 2022/23 season, which is deployed in the 4-3-3 formation. Let us know your thoughts!
Serie A 22/23 – Matchday 26 Team of the Week
Bartlomiej Dragowski – Spezia
Essentially had a one-on-one battle with Inter striker Lautaro Martinez, saving many of the Argentine’s shots including a crucial penalty early in the match.
Wilfried Singo – Torino
Was a dominant presence on the right flank against Lecce and he scored the first goal of the match.
Amir Rrahmani – Napoli
Rarely beaten defensively and scored against Atalanta with a fantastic header to seal the win for Napoli.
Rodrigo Becao – Udinese
Scored the only goal against Empoli, made seven clearances, and won four out of four aerial duels.
Gleison Bremer – Juventus
Opened the scoring against Sampdoria, completed 71 passes at a passing accuracy of 96%, made one block and five clearances.
Adrien Rabiot – Juventus
Made the difference against Sampdoria, scoring once in the first half and then finding the back of the net again after the break albeit with a stroke of luck. He also created chances to seal the win earlier than anticipated.
Rolando Mandragora – Fiorentina
Opened the scoring against Cremonese and created the second Gigliati goal for Arthur Cabral.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia – Napoli
Showed some flashes of brilliance in the first half before he became more influential in the second. His goal to open the scoring against Atalanta was a moment of sheer brilliance.
Domenico Berardi – Sassuolo
Created one of Armand Lauriente’s goals, and then earned as well as converted the penalty to give the Neroverdi the 3-1 lead. He could have scored a second goal but was denied by the crossbar.
M’Bala Nzola – Spezia
Acted as a great reference point for the Aquilotti attack, assisting for Daniel Maldini and then scoring the winning goal from the penalty spot.
Armand Lauriente – Sassuolo
The Frenchman was in sublime form against AS Roma, scoring twice and supplying an assist for Andrea Pinamonti.