Osimhen, who had fired blanks in his first two league games, scored in the 43rd minute after a brace from Hirving Lozano and a strike from Matteo Politano to put Napoli into a four-goal lead before the break.
"End Police Brutality in Nigeria", was hand-written on a white t-shirt held up by the attacker after he netted the fourth goal in a 4-1 Serie A win over Atalanta in Naples.
The Nigeria worldwide controlled goalkeeperDavid Ospina's long ball before beating Marco Sportiello with his fine effort, which ultimately rendered Sam Lammers' second-half strike a mere consolation for Atalanta.
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The 21-year-old also tweeted after the game, "Having accomplished all I thought was impossible for me through GOD, now I know better, time for some limitless goals and desire".
"It was a fully deserved win. It wasn't easy but we have bought a player who is very important to us".
Having been ducked one point for their failure to honour their match day 3 clash away at Juventus before the worldwide break, the hosts handed the African record transfer his second league start of the campaign, hoping to make it 3 wins from 3.
Down but not out, the visitors grabbed a consolation in the second half via the boot of Sam Lammers before Osimhen was replaced for the final seven minutes as Napoli moved up to third on the log with 8 points.