Tiemoue Bakayoko is happy to have scored his first goal for Napoli, but claims the team must regain self-confidence.
The Chelsea loanee scored the winner for the Partenopei away at Udinese.
“It’s a very important win for us, against a good team, we are going through a tough time, we had to give a signal,” Bakayoko told Sky Sport.
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