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Udinese hitman Antonio Di Natale made history today with his 200th Serie A goal in 400 games.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura blasted fans for “insulting a team that has more points than last season.”
Gian Piero Gasperini said Mattia Perin will be fined for being caught drink-driving, but not dropped by Genoa.
Napoli director of sport Riccardo Bigon confirmed “some of the rumoured names are correct” for the January window.
Torino failed to convert their third penalty of the season, so Antonio Floro Flores snatched a late Sassuolo away victory.
Luca Toni faces his former club as Verona host misfiring Fiorentina in a head-to-head for position.
Napoli are forced into radical changes in this afternoon’s clash with Zdenek Zeman’s all-attack Cagliari.
Fernando Torres admits he “always dreamed of playing Milan-Inter, ever since I was a kid,” and tonight is his chance.
Cesena are without a win since the opening weekend, but Pierpaolo Bisoli is “relaxed” against Sampdoria.
Roma’s crunch Champions League tie with CSKA Moscow will be officiated by Felix Brych.
Torino and Sassuolo are locked together on 12 points, so the early game is a head-to-head with Fabio Quagliarella against Simone Zaza.
Andrea Mandorlini believes Luca Toni “is ready” to lead Verona out against his old club Fiorentina today.
It’s reported Genoa and Italy goalkeeper Mattia Perin has been charged with drink-driving just 48 hours before a big game.
There are reports Napoli striker Michu could require ankle surgery, as he has played only 240 minutes of football.
Andrea Stramaccioni hopes Antonio Di Natale can make history for Udinese today against Chievo.
Paul Pogba shrugged off Real Madrid transfer speculation to insist “I am happy at Juventus and hope to stay for a long time.”
Eusebio Di Francesco “can’t wait to get back on the field” for today’s early Torino-Sassuolo kick-off.
Adil Rami is “ready to play with heart” in the Milan derby amid an injury crisis for the Rossoneri.
Juan Jesus said the Derby della Madonnina “is known all over the world” and the Inter defender is unbeaten.
Milan-Inter is completely sold out tonight, setting a new record, and there are also changes in the stands.
It’s the Derby della Madonnina with Roberto Mancini’s Inter return, Napoli take on Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari and Verona-Fiorentina.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stefano Pioli said Lazio “can only tip our hats” to Juventus, but regrets letting their heads drop so early.
Max Allegri said Paul Pogba “can become the strongest midfielder in the world” after Juventus crushed Lazio 3-0.
Carlos Tevez confessed “this is the best form of my career” after his ninth Juventus goal in 10 Serie A games.
Paul Pogba’s brace and Carlos Tevez allowed 10-man Juventus to thump Lazio 3-0 at the Olimpico.
Francesco Totti dedicated Roma’s victory to Leandro Castan, who will face brain surgery “with the same grit he puts into each game.”
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono was furious with the referee after a 2-1 home defeat to Roma.
Rudi Garcia insists he was right to have faith in Adem Ljajic, but concedes Roma “gave away the ball” too much with Atalanta.
Rodrigo Palacio admits the Derby della Madonnina is “the most important game of the year” for Inter.
Serie A leaders Juventus visit fifth-placed Lazio with Andrea Pirlo starting, but there’s an 11-year taboo around this fixture.
Roma went behind after 57 seconds, but fought back to beat Atalanta 2-1 thanks to Adem Ljajic and Radja Nainggolan.
Zdenek Zeman is looking forward to Cagliari’s game at Napoli, as “they will give us more space to attack into.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria mustn’t get lulled into a false sense of security as “favourites” in Cesena.
Hernanes has been included in the Inter squad for tomorrow’s Milan derby, while many others return from injury.

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