A video shows the Italian football team Napoli’s celebration after winning the Serie A title.
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After Napoli won their first league title in 33 years, social media users circulated a video purporting to show the Italian football team celebration
Misbar investigated the circulating video and found the claim to be misleading.
After conducting a thorough reverse image search, Misbar’s team found the viral video to be outdated and unrelated to Napoli fans’ celebration.
The Video Shows New Year’s Celebrations in Napoli
Contrary to the claim, the video shows the 2023 New Year's celebration.
CalcioNapoli24 uploaded the same video to YouTube on January 1, 2023.
According to the video’s title, the footage shows the celebration of the year 2023 in Napoli, Italy.
The same outlet also uploaded a video showing Napoli fan’s celebration after winning their first Serie A title in 33 years.
Napoli Clinches Serie A Title Win After 33 Years
Napoli clinched their first Italian Serie A championship in 33 years with a 1-1 draw against Udinese on Thursday. With only five matches remaining, they needed a draw to establish an unbeatable 16-point advantage.
Victor Osimhen, the league's leading goalscorer, netted the crucial equalizer for Napoli in the 52nd minute, sparking jubilant festivities in Naples and across the football community.
Napoli claimed their third Serie A title, breaking a 33-year drought since Diego Maradona guided them to victories in 1987 and 1990. In a tribute to the iconic Argentine player, the team's home stadium was renamed following Maradona's passing in November 2020.
Fatal Incident in Naples Leaves One Dead, Dozens Injured
Naples Prefect Claudio Palomba clarified on RAI public radio that a man in his 20s died from gunshot wounds, but the incident was unrelated to the celebratory atmosphere.
According to reports from ANSA and other Italian news agencies, friends and relatives of the victim vandalized the emergency room where he was being treated. Police are currently investigating the death incident, as stated by Mr. Palomba.
Additionally, among the seven individuals injured during the night, some suffered injuries caused by fireworks. Naples health authorities revealed that a total of 203 people sought emergency services overnight, with 22 classified as having critical injuries ("red-level") and 75 with serious, yet non-life-threatening conditions ("yellow-level").