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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez admitted it wasn’t Napoli’s best game of the season, but “a Coach has to be happy” when winning at San Siro.
Massimiliano Allegri told off Mario Balotelli for his “hysteria,” but insists Milan had “the best performance of the season.”
Pepe Reina became the first goalkeeper ever to save Mario Balotelli’s penalty and confirmed he studied the striker.
Mario Balotelli saw a penalty saved for the first time in career, as Napoli ended their Milan curse to conquer San Siro 2-1.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis admits he has “superstitious fears” against Milan.
It’s a Scudetto showdown at San Siro, as Mario Balotelli’s Milan take on the Napoli of Gonzalo Higuain.
Federico Balzaretti reveals why he burst into tears when scoring in the Rome Derby. “This doesn’t happen every day.”
Andrea Mandorlini blamed a lack of concentration for Verona fumbling their lead in Turin.
Both Rolando Maran and Roberto Donadoni thought their teams had "the right spirit."
Vladimir Petkovic insists Lazio “did not deserve to lose” against Roma and he is “happy with the way we played.”
Stefano Pioli is still surprised by the half-time dismissal, while Giampiero Ventura said Torino deserved the win.
Stefano Colantuono saw a good Atalanta performance and Vincenzo Montella thanked Giuseppe Rossi.
Rudi Garcia maintained his perfect record and won the Derby della Capitale, but explained why Roma emerge in the second half.
Antonio Conte praised Carlos Tevez and hopes the goal can boost Fernando Llorente’s confidence at Juventus.
Fernando Llorente’s first Juventus goal sank Verona, Fiorentina keep soaring in Bergamo, Toro shocked Bologna and Catania-Parma continued the crises.
Federico Balzaretti was moved to tears after scoring, as Roma took revenge on 10-man Lazio 2-0 in the Rome Derby.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco took “full responsibility” for their humiliating 7-0 home defeat to Inter.
Walter Mazzarri assures Inter will “never rest on our laurels” after a record-breaking 7-0 win at Sassuolo.
Diego Milito had many people to thank after marking his comeback with a brace in Inter’s 7-0 win over Sassuolo.
Fiorentina aim to get back on track in Serie A with a visit to Atalanta this afternoon.
Diego Milito bagged a brace on his comeback as Inter utterly humiliated sorry Sassuolo 7-0.
The Derby della Capitale has never been so ramped up, as Roma defend their 100 per cent record and want revenge on Lazio.
Juventus rotate their squad against Hellas Verona, giving Fernando Llorente his first Serie A start.
Pepe Reina has praised Rafa Benitez for bringing “a winning mentality” to Napoli ahead of tonight’s Milan clash.
Sassuolo are still waiting for their first ever Serie A point and hope to get it against Inter in the early kick-off.
Roberto Donadoni was in bullish mood against Parma’s critics ahead of their game with Catania, another club in crisis.
Rafa Benitez is eyeing a Juan Mata reunion at Napoli after Jose Mourinho criticised the Chelsea benchwarmer.
Sassuolo are propping up the table, but Coach Eusebio Di Francesco doubts Walter Mazzarri will let Inter get complacent.
Cristian Zapata admits he’s got previous with Gonzalo Higuain, calls Mario Balotelli ‘El Loco’ and hasn’t forgiven UEFA.
Andrea Mandorlini warns Hellas Verona will “try to imitate Copenhagen” at the Juventus Stadium today.
Ezequiel Schelotto concedes it will be “strange” to face Inter for Sassuolo after he was frozen out by Walter Mazzarri.
Vincenzo Montella admits Giuseppe Rossi’s rapid return to form has “surprised even us” as they visit Atalanta this afternoon.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It’s an action-packed day with Inter visiting Sassuolo, then the Derby della Capitale and tonight a Milan-Napoli showdown.

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