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Maurizio Sarri: We will not get carried away


Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri says his players will not get carried away after last night's impressive win away at Milan.

In less than a month, the Partenopei scored five against Club Brugge, five against Lazio and four against Milan as they continue to be amongst the favourites to win the Serie A.

"We deserved to win and entertained the crowd," Sarri told reporters.

"But we will not get carried away. This was a very important win but in the same way we were not a team that will fight for the relegation we're not a team that will fight for the triple.

"We played 7 games in 21 days but we did well, both physically and mentally.

"It was a very even contest in the first 30 minutes of the game but then we improved and after scoring the second we deserved to go and take all three points."

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