The Italian supervisor thought his side was bearing the silverware they merited after a tight match against Serie A champions. Gennaro Gattuso rewarded Napoli’s hard work with the title “God of Football” when they beat Juventus to win the Coppa Italia. Napoli came out on top in a penalty shootout on Wednesday after a frustrating 0-0 draw, with Paulo Dybala and Danilo losing in a 4-2 setback from goal.
In spite of traveling every which way with some major changes, the Partenopei merited their prosperity, thanks largely to the creativity of legendary Juve goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
This marks Gattuso’s first large victory as a coach and he told Rai Sport: “Whoever carries out this responsibility will value this. We ‘re fortunate. That’s the reason I blow up; there has to be passion, regard, and earnestness, and then there’s a divine force of football who will reward you when no doubt about it.”
At the times that followed Napoli ‘s misfortune, Gattuso’s brain went to his sister Francesca, who passed away after a cancer battle earlier this month.
The coach is currently eager to see Napoli kick on the end a long time of the Series A season, sitting 6th, nine points behind the fourth-placed completion at Atalanta.
Maurizio Sarri has now lost two finals since taking over at Juventus and felt his side despite everything attempting to perform at their best after the coronavirus pandemic.
“For the individuals, for the club, for the fans, there is a disappointment, however, we can not communicate more right now. We’ve attempted to press less hard, our situation isn’t ideal, however, we’ve done the game with fantastic application rates. I think we are battling particularly as far as individuality right now, and that this lack of brilliance is characteristic of this period. I told the players nothing, we were all extremely angry and disappointed and I think it is smarter to be quiet at the present time. We are going to consider it,” he told Rai Sport.