Serie A 2022/23: Team of the Week – Matchday 32

After a weekend packed with dramatic action, here are the players that made it into our Serie A Team of the Week for Matchday 32.


Inter defeated Lazio 3-1 on Serie A Matchday 32, giving Napoli an opportunity to seal the scudetto, but they will need to wait as Salernitana held them to a 1-1 draw.

AS Roma drew 1-1 with AC Milan, Juventus also suffered a draw with the same score against Bologna, and Atalanta beat Torino 2-1.

Elsewhere, Fiorentina annihilated Sampdoria 5-0, and Sassuolo came back to beat Empoli 2-1.

Here is the Serie A Team of the Week for Matchday 32, which is in the 4-3-3 formation. Let us know your thoughts!

sMathias Olivera and Giacomo Raspadori celebrate Napoli’s goal against Salernitana. [@Getty]

Serie A 22/23 – Matchday 32 Team of the Week

Guillermo Ochoa – Salernitana

The Mexican veteran produced another incredible display in the Granata goal, making several important saves to prolong Napoli’s wait for the scudetto.

Zeki Celik – AS Roma

The Turkish defender has proven to be more than worthy deputy to Rick Karsdorp at right wing-back for the Giallorossi. He also won the ball and dribbled into the AC Milan half before passing to eventual goalscorer Tammy Abraham.

Norbert Gyomber – Salernitana

Was a rock in the Granata defence and limited the attacking threat of Napoli striker Victor Osimhen.

Mathias Olivera – Napoli

Won many one-on-one battles against Salernitana and he was on the verge of hero status when he scored for the Partenopei.

Davide Zappacosta – Atalanta

Dominated on the left flank for La Dea and he opened the scoring against his former club Torino from a tight angle.

Nicolo Barella – Inter

Worked tirelessly in the Nerazzurri for the whole game and he was effective in his ball use too. Came close to scoring a goal but his effort just went wide.

Jerdy Schouten – Bologna

Impressed with his distribution in the Felsinei midfield, especially in the second half. He completed 52 passes and won 10 duels, more than anyone else in both categories.

Gaetano Castrovilli – Fiorentina

When he is fit, the Italian midfield has the ability to get himself into scoring positions. Scored the first goal in the humiliation of Sampdoria and he had other opportunities to add to his tally.

Domenico Berardi – Sassuolo

The Neroverdi talisman turned the game around against Empoli with two late goals.

Inter’s Lautaro Martinez celebrates. [@Inter_en]

Romelu Lukaku – Inter

Although there were moments in the match when he looked too static, the Belgian striker made the difference when it mattered. He did not find the back of the net against Lazio but he supplied two assists.

Lautaro Martinez – Inter

Replaced his compatriot Joaquin Correa in the 61st minute and went on to score twice for the Nerazzurri.


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