Serie A 2022/23: Team of the Week – Matchday 37

The Serie A season is so nearly over, and Matchday 37 tied up a lot of loose ends. Here's our Team of the Week from the weekend's football.

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Serie A champions Napoli were held to a 2-2 draw against Bologna on Matchday 37 while Inter and Lazio won 3-2 against Atalanta and Cremonese respectively.

AC Milan defeated Juventus 1-0, Fiorentina won 2-1 against AS Roma, and Torino thumped Spezia 4-0.

Elsewhere, Salernitana came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2, and Lecce beat Monza 1-0.

Here is the Team of the Week for Serie A Matchday 37, which is deployed in the 4-3-3 formation. Let us know your thoughts!

Serie A 22/23 – Matchday 37 Team of the Week

Bologna celebrate a goal (@BolognaFC1909en)

Wladimiro Falcone – Lecce

Although he was untested for the majority of the game against Monza, he made his most important save of the season from a Christian Gytkjaer penalty, and the Salentini went on to win the match as well as secure Serie A safety.

Lorenzo De Silvestri – Bologna

The veteran right-back came on as a substitute and scored the equaliser against Serie A champions Napoli.

Francesco Acerbi – Inter

A solid game in defence from the veteran defender against Atalanta and made some forays into the opposition half. He completed three tackles, three clearances, and five interceptions.

Igor – Fiorentina

Impressed with his distribution from the back above anything else. Completed 71 passes against AS Roma, more than anyone else in the match, and achieved a passing accuracy of 91%.

Elseid Hysaj – Lazio

Completed 87% of his passes and scored the opening goal in the victory against Cremonese.

Antonio Candreva celebrates scoring for Salernitana. (Photo: Getty)

Antonio Candreva – Salernitana

Assisted for Grigoris Kastanos and scored the equaliser in the comeback victory against Udinese.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Lazio

The Serbian midfielder displayed the scoring instincts of a striker, finding the back of the net twice against Cremonese. He would have had a hat-trick if it was not a for desperate block from Grigiorossi defender Alex Ferrari.

Nikola Vlasic – Torino

In the emphatic victory against Spezia, the Croatia international was an instrumental part of his team’s play and he supplied two assists.

Inter strikers Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez. [@Inter_en]

Olivier Giroud – AC Milan

Scored his fourth goal in just two games, sealing a Champions League spot for the Rossoneri next season.

Victor Osimhen – Napoli

The Nigerian striker scored twice in the draw against Bologna, taking his tally to 25 goals for the season, and putting himself in a great position to become the Serie A leading goalscorer for 2022/23.

Lautaro Martinez – Inter

Supplied the assist for Romelu Lukaku to score the opening goal against Atalanta, was involved in the second Nerazzurri goal, and he scored the third to seal the victory.

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