It's another prestigious friendly win for Napoli, as they sweep Bordeaux aside at the San Paolo.
The Vesuviani, who had already beaten German giants Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen in pre-season, hosted the club that finished fifth in Ligue 1 last season, in Naples last night.
Decked out in their new white away strip, the hosts took the lead shortly before half-time when Goran Pandev clipped in a clever half-volley from the edge of the box. The assist came from young Chilean striker Eduardo Vargas, who has been linked with a loan move elsewhere.
The second goal arrived in the 60th minute and was a classic example of the Napoli counter-attack. Christian Maggio ran all the way from his own box, played a one-two with Marek Hamsik, and stroked a finish beyond Les Girondins 'keeper Cedric Carasso.
It ended 2-0, Walter Mazzarri's side collecting a fifth win on the spin as their prepare to commence their Serie A and Europa League campaigns.
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