World Cup 2014
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zanetti, Cesar and crying Cambiasso
Javier Zanetti reveals it was Julio Cesar who gave the half-time team talk and stands up for Esteban Cambiasso, who was in tears at a fan protest.
Ranieri: 'I hope to stay'
Claudio Ranieri is adamant he does “not run away when faced with difficulties. I hope to stay and the important thing is Inter.”
Montella's Inter regrets
Vincenzo Montella can’t help but feel regret after Catania threw away a 2-0 lead against Inter. “We were perfect for 75 minutes.”
Milito: 'A turning point'
Diego Milito completed the comeback against Catania to stop the Inter rot. “I hope we can turn a corner with this point.”
Inter comeback catches Catania
Inter ended their losing streak, but only by fighting back from 2-0 down to hold Catania with Diego Forlan and Diego Milito.
Stefano Pioli appreciates the points, but Emiliano Mondonico admits Novara's situation is increasingly difficult.
Bologna win despite penalty save
Marco Di Vaio’s penalty was saved, but Robert Acquafresca gave Bologna a hard-fought victory over Novara.
Claudio Ranieri takes a bold stand against Catania and drops Wesley Sneijder to the bench, as he fights for his Inter job.
Francesco Guidolin has Udinese regrets, but Stefano Colantuono insists Atalanta earned this point with sweat.
Giuseppe Sannino notes Siena's destiny is in their hands, but Davide Ballardini is getting worried.
Pasquale Marino hailed Genoa's best away performance, but Serse Cosmi blamed the "absurd" referee.
Delio Rossi celebrates a fundamental victory for Fiorentina, while Mario Beretta says it was in the balance.
Cosmi: 'Ref not good enough'
Lecce Coach Serse Cosmi was sent off for dissent, but doubled down by claiming referee Carmine Russo “proved he’s not good enough for Serie A.”
Allegri: 'Arsenal won't be easy'
Massimiliano Allegri warns Milan “it won’t be easy” in Tuesday’s Champions League trip to Arsenal, even after a convincing 4-0 win over Palermo.
De Rossi: 'Don't blame ref'
Daniele De Rossi admits Lazio “are more of a team than Roma this season” and defended the referee’s derby performance.
Mauri: 'My first derby goal'
Stefano Mauri was overjoyed at scoring his first ever Rome derby goal to seal Lazio’s victory. “We lost too many and to win two in the same season is fantastic.”
Juan responds to racist abuse
Juan showed great class after he was racially abused by Lazio supporters. “It never happened before. I feel sorry for them.”
Reja on Lazio's Derby Double
Edy Reja celebrated like an ultra as he allowed Lazio to do the Derby Double for the first time in 15 years.
Enrique wants 'a derby with XI men'
Luis Enrique was furious after Roma lost to Lazio again. “It would be nice to end a derby with XI men on the pitch. I don’t know what I’ve done to deserve this.”
Mazzarri: 'Napoli didn't deserve win'
Walter Mazzarri admits Napoli “did not deserve to win” due to refereeing errors in Parma, but feels Chelsea sacking Andre Villas-Boas is not good news.
Serie A: Udinese fire blanks
Atalanta heroics denied Udinese, Fiorentina and Siena got crucial wins and Giuseppe Sculli’s brace sealed a four-goal thriller at Lecce.
Lazio beat 10-man Roma!
Roma were reduced to 10 men after just seven minutes, but made a real scrap of the derby that Lazio won 2-1 amid controversy.
Chelsea sack Villas-Boas!
Chelsea have sensationally sacked Andre Villas-Boas, so Italian Roberto Di Matteo will be in charge for their Champions League clash with Napoli.
Totti: 'Roma's last chance'
Francesco Totti says today’s Derby della Capitale is “the last chance for the Champions League” as far as Roma are concerned.
Udinese-Atalanta is above all Antonio Di Natale against German Denis, who is still owned by the Friulani.
Fiorentina welcome back Amauri alongside Stevan Jovetic, but Cesena leave out Adrian Mutu for their trip to the Stadio Franchi.
Roma have a risky set-up with Rodrigo Taddei and Jose Angel in defence against Lazio’s strike force of Miroslav Klose and Hernanes.
Controversial Napoli conquer Parma
Edinson Cavani scored on the rebound from a saved penalty and an offside Ezequiel Lavezzi secured Napoli’s controversial victory in Parma.
Serie B: Vicenza sack Cagni
Serie B side Vicenza have sacked Coach Gigi Cagni and promoted youth team tactician Massimo Beghetto.
Inter: 'Ranieri not at risk'
“Claudio Ranieri is not at risk” ahead of tonight’s game with Catania, insisted Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo.
Napoli kick off today’s games at 11.30am UK time with the full Three Tenors in action against Sebastian Giovinco’s Parma.
Cosmi trusts in Cuadrado
Serse Cosmi’s Lecce are coming off back-to-back victories and he trusts Juan Cuadrado to make his mark on Genoa too.
Bologna pay tribute to Dalla
Bologna’s thoughts are filled with Lucio Dalla’s funeral today, which is why their game with Novara was put back to 17.30 UK time.
Col: 'Udinese have weak points'
Stefano Colantuono’s Atalanta were able to destroy Roma last week and he argues they can pick apart Udinese too. “They do have weak points.”
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