SSC Napoli of Italy striker, Victor Osimhen had the pleasure of being among the set of players to first wear the Italian Serie A club’s brand new ‘eye-popping’ hi-tec jersey, which has been described as a very catchy design filled with a huge technological advancement in the material texture and structure used for the manufacture of sports kit.
Megasportsarena.com can report that it indeed was a day of spectacular aesthetics for Osimhen and his pals, as they appeared in the new stylish garb made of extra light material and nylon stretch, which the kit designers, R&D Kappa, said provides more elasticity across the skin and extra comfort during sweaty moments.
The kit manufacturers further explained that their use of hidroway protection technology in the new kit’s production guarantees ‘breathability’ for the player and an efficient release of body heat while donning the attire.
Osimhen’s club’s new ultra-modern jersey also provides very detailed and high level element of customisation in a style that Kappa added was designed to avoid rubbing against the skin and to guarantee total comfort.
Kappa added that they replicated the clean design from the home strip in the away jersey, with a mint green colour and dark green details featuring on the neck and sleeves, as well as the manufacturing company’s logo on the back.
Napoli fans and Osimhen’s well wishers would like to rush for the new stylish jersey and its other range of kit in the Kombat Pro 2021 range which went on sale via the club’s official web store, with additional material also provided at Amazon brand store and Napoli club stores at Stazione Centrale and Centro Commerciale Campania.
The former VfL Wolfsburg of Germany, Sporting Charleroi of Belgium and Lille Metropole of France star wore the new Kombat Pro 2021 away kit for the first time during his side’s 4-0 win over Pescara during their last pre-season friendly match.
For the first game in which Osimhen’s side donned their new hyper-artistic kit, Napoli strolled to a third successive pre-season victory at Stadio San Paolo, in which four different players got on the scorers’ sheet, with the Nigerian lad, who turned out in jersey number nine not among the goals.
Although Osimhen, who will don jersey number nine in the regular season, failed to score, after netting hat-tricks in his first two friendlies for the team, another of The Azzurri’s new signings, Andrea Petagna made a huge impact with two assists and a goal in an impressive 20-minute cameo appearance.
A highpoint of the game was that the Naples-based side maintained their clean sheet, as the defence is yet to concede a goal in pre-season and can look ahead to the new campaign with optimism, even as Osimhen was replaced by Petagna in the 70th minute of play.
The following morning after the game, Osimhen and his pals lined out at the training center, as the team stepped up preparations for the start of the season this weekend, but what would have been their fourth friendly match away to Sporting Lisbon was cancelled on Sunday.
During their sessions on fields one and two at the Naples centre, Osimhen and his colleagues began the drills with a warm-up phase on the circuit, followed by passing exercises and tactical training, capped by exercises on set pieces.
Malcuit, Llorente and Younes did custom work in the gym, Lobotka did custom field work for a fatigue and there was personalized training for Mario Rui in the gym, following a blunt trauma suffered during the match.
However, what could have been the second game for Osimhen and his pals to don their new kit did not materialize, as the friendly match in Lisbon was called off after several players from the Portuguese side tested positive for COVID-19.
After getting a day off on Sunday, Osimhen and his pals resumed preparation early Monday at the training center, as they put finishing touches to plans for the start of action this season in the Serie A, where they are billed to visit AC Parma in Sunday’s afternoon kick-off.