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Napoli 0-1 Fiorentina

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Fiorentina beat Napoli 1-0 in their Serie A match at the Stadio San Paolo in Napoli.

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Goals
87 mins — Napoli vs Fiorentina 0-1 — Joaquín goal vs Napoli
Match Stats
12
5
14
5
2
41%
1
1
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
13
4
10
4
4
59%
2
0

Napoli Starting Lineup

G - 25 - Pepe Reina
D - 2 - Anthony Reveillere
D - 4 - Henrique
D - 31 - Faouzi Ghoulam
D - 33 - Raúl Albiol
M - 7 - José Maria Callejón
M - 8 - Jorginho Frello
M - 17 - Marek Hamsik
M - 24 - Lorenzo Insigne
M - 88 - Gökhan Inler
F - 9 - Gonzalo Higuaín

G - 80 - Antonio Doblas
G - 15 - Roberto Colombo
D - 5 - Miguel Britos
D - 13 - Davide Bariti
D - 21 - Federico Fernandez
M - 16 - Giandomenico Mesto
M - 20 - Blerim Dzemaili
M - 22 - Josip Radosevic
M - 85 - Valon Behrami

Fiorentina Starting XI

G - 1 - Norberto Murara Neto
D - 2 - Gonzalo Javier Rodriguez
D - 4 - Facundo Roncaglia
D - 15 - Stefan Savic
D - 23 - Manuel Pasqual
M - 8 - Marko Bakic
M - 10 - Alberto Aquilani
M - 20 - Borja Valero
F - 11 - Juan Guillermo Cuadrado
F - 17 - Joaquín
F - 33 - Mario Gomez

G - 12 - Cristiano Lupatelli
G - 25 - Antonio Rosati
D - 3 - Mobido Diakite
D - 5 - Marvin Compper
D - 40 - Nenad Tomovic
D - 66 - Juan Vargas
M - 14 - Matías Fernández
M - 21 - Massimo Ambrosini
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