Serie A: Napoli regain top spot; Milan win big


Across the Mediterranean sea In Italy, Napoli regained the summit of the Serie A log with a 4-1 pummeling of Lazio at San Paolo just 24 hours after Juventus had usurped them by a 2-0 victory over Fiorentina on Friday night.

Stefan De Vrij put the visitors into an early lead with a 3rd minute strike but Jose Callejon replied with an equaliser just before halftime.

After the restart, Napoli went on rampage and forced another 3 goals past Thomas
Strakosha. Wallace squeezed in an unfortunate own-goal before Marco Rui belted a goal-of-the-season contender and Dries Mertens wrapped up the electrifying night with well prepped team goal straight from the training ground.

Over to Lombardy, where 4th placed Internazionale Milan saw of Bologna 2-1 at the San Siro and likewise, the red wing of the Milan, AC Milan made light works​ of SPAL in a 4-0 rout away from home.

Over to the Capital at the Stadio Olympico, Roma crawled back to survive​ the early scare Benevento threw before them. 5-2 they triumphed.


Sassuolo 0 0 Cagliari
Chievo 0 1 Genoa
Inter 2 1 Bologna
Sampdoria 2 0 Verona
Torino 2 0 Udinese
Roma 5 2 Benevento
Spal 0 4 AC Milan
Crotone 1 1 Atalanta
Napoli 4 1 Lazio
Fiorentina 0 2 Juventus

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