Benitez first to keep a 100 per cent record start to the season.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Inter hold Juventus in the Derby d’Italia, while Napoli go clear at the top.
– ‘Inter on Juve’s level’; Mauro Icardi’s goal, his fourth against the Bianconeri, is cancelled out by Arturo Vidal’s equaliser as Inter hold the Serie A champions to a draw.
– Walter Mazzarri’s side is growing, as Juve lose top spot for the first time in 17 months.
– Meanwhile, Napoli soar as Gonzalo Higuain and Jose Callejon beat Atalanta 2-0 at the San Paolo, with Rafa Benitez the first to extend his 100 per cent record.
– In what was a difficult start to the game after the Spaniard made changes ahead of the Champions League clash with Dortmund, Marek Hamsik was brought on and changed everything.
– ‘Milan, what a scare’; The Rossoneri fightback from 2-0 down, but Torino are furious.
– Tactics, spies and drones. Sampdoria and Genoa set for a fiery derby on Sunday night.
– ‘Napoli wave goodbye to Inter and Juve’; Azzurri are now the sole leaders after beating Atalanta 2-0 on Saturday night, with Gonzalo Higuain and Jose Callejon scoring the goals.
– It’s a draw at San Siro; with Vidal replying to Icardi’s opener.
– Today, it’s over to Fiorentina who will look to join Napoli at the top.
– Kaka goes off, Milan come in. Fightback from 2-0 down but then there is a brawl at the end as Torino furious with 95th minute penalty.
– Further injury problems for Massimiliano Allegri, as captain Riccardo Montolivo leaves game with hamstring strain.
– ‘Vidal pride’; The Chilean midfielder replies to Icardi, as Inter and Juve end 1-1. All the action came in two minutes, and now the Bianconeri think about Copenhagen in the Champions League.
– Higuain and Callejon score as Napoli sing, while the referee and Mario Balotelli ensure they leave Torino furious.
– Granata were 2-0 up, but there should have perhaps been an offside call for Sulley Muntari’s goal while the fourth official reportedly didn’t allow a substitution ahead of the equaliser.