The 30-year-old scored a goal with a five-minute final whistle to silence the Old Lady at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
Senegal international Caledo Coulibaly has explained why he used a “borrowed” camera to celebrate his 2-1 win over Juventus on Saturday.
The 30-year-old defender made the difference when he scored a goal in the 85th minute at the Diego Armando Maradona to give Juventus the lead in the second leg of the campaign.
Juventus took the lead in the 10th minute thanks to Alvaro Morata, but Napoli waited until the second half to do things in their favor, before Matteo Polatano equalized in the 57th minute before Barclays Coulabelli. Tapped in rebound after saving from Wojciech. Szczesny.
After scoring a goal, Coulibaly then ran to the touchline and ‘borrowed’ the camera from a photographer, then turned it over to the crowd, using the excuse of removing the click.
“I saw the fans there and wanted to put that moment in the picture, it was so beautiful!” He told DAZN As quoted. Italy football.
“This victory is for them because we have remembered them for over a year and it is a pleasure to see them back.”
Regarding the game, Coulibaly said: “We knew both teams were missing key players, and it’s a pity we recognized that goal, but we have the reaction and the ability to change things. That was the right thing to do. “
With Napoli eight points ahead of Juventus in the Serie A title race, the Senegalese international said: “It’s too early, we’re not thinking about anything but our progress, one game at a time. To win
Meanwhile, Napoli coach Luciano Spalti praised the “great man” Coulibaly after his return victory against Juventus.
“He’s really remarkable. He always combines these two or three ranks more than anyone else. He’s an extraordinary leader and a great man. We are what we do, not what we say.” Told. DAZN As copied. Italy football.
Regarding the game, Spalty said he was impressed with his team’s reaction after losing 1-0 in the first half.
“A coach tries to make changes during the half-time break, but the players’ reaction is fundamental,” Spalty added.
“No one gives you results. You have to go through these things. We did more work in the second half, added Adam Onas to that position and that opened up a few more places.
“There was general pressure all around, which led to mistakes from both Juventus and Napoli. Joe was sitting deep and his arms were bothering us because he threw dangerous balls behind the defense. We have to improve.
“We deserved to win, but it wasn’t as clear a victory as it could have been.”
Napoli are top of the table with nine points from three games, while the loss puts Juventus in 16th place with one point from a single game.