Napoli striker Osimen drew attention with a header RBI that surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo, who was once synonymous with high-flying jumps.
On the 5th (Korean time), Napoli, which played the 21st round of Italian Serie A 2022-2023 at Stadio Alberto Pico in Spezia, Italy, won 3-0 against Spezia. 온라인바카라
Osimen scored two goals that day, and showed overwhelming physical ability in the scoring situation in the 23rd minute of the second half. Playing simultaneously with opposing defender and goalkeeper Bartolomei Drongowski, Osimen soared to the top of the three and scored a header. It reminded me of Kang Baek-ho who gets rebounds against several opponents in the cartoon ‘Slam Dunk’.
The result of the measurement of ‘Sky Sports Italia’ was that the RBI of the header that scored this goal was 258 cm from the ground. This surpasses Ronaldo’s highest record in Italy. Ronaldo recorded 256 cm against Sampdoria in 2019 when he was a member of Juventus.
Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti revealed that it was a surprising scene even for those who watched it every day of training, saying, “It’s amazing to run that much with a jump in place.”
It is difficult to determine the world’s best because jump height is not always a measured record in soccer. However, cases that jumped higher than Osimen already exist. Ugandan defender Bevis Mugabi stood 262cm for Motherwell, Scotland in January 2021.