Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Riccardo Saponara believes “Milan played and Inter won” after his surprise start in the Derby della Madonnina.
Inter President Erick Thohir “never dreamed” of watching two Derby victories in as many days.
Walter Mazzarri reveals he “shook Inter up” at half-time and waited for Milan to slow down before winning the Derby.
Massimiliano Allegri concedes Milan were “tired” and fell away after an hour in their 1-0 defeat to Inter.
“It’s the most important goal of my entire career,” declared Rodrigo Palacio after winning the Milan Derby.
Rodrigo Palacio’s delightful back-heel flick in the final minutes allowed Inter to beat Milan in the Derby della Madonnina.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi has broken his silence after confirming a cancer relapse. “I’d like to thank you all, one by one.”
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti reveals Riccardo Saponara starts “to give Kaka more freedom.”
Inter defender Juan Jesus assures he will “stop Mario Balotelli from playing” in tonight’s Milan Derby.
Luiz Felipe Scolari is at San Siro for the Milan Derby. “I am here to watch the game and the Brazilians.”
Inter President Erick Thohir is in the stands for his first Derby della Madonnina. “I have faith in Walter Mazzarri.”
The last Serie A game of 2013 is the massive Milan Derby, as Mario Balotelli, Kaka and Riccardo Saponara face Rodrigo Palacio and Fredy Guarin.
Giampiero Ventura was surprised by Eugenio Corini's tactics and the Chievo Coach remains optimistic.
Rudi Garcia saw a stellar Roma performance and Gigi De Canio felt confidence leave Catania.
Andrea Mandorlini said everything went according to Verona's plan, but Vladimir Petkovic was stunned.
Eusebio Di Francesco rues a Sassuolo error and Vincenzo Montella thanked Fiorentina's quality.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits Sampdoria didn't deserve their point and Roberto Donadoni agreed.
Stefano Colantuono admits Juventus were just too strong, as Beppe Marotta spoke for Antonio Conte.
Stefano Pioli felt Bologna deserved the victory, but Gian Piero Gasperini blasted Genoa's attitude.
Vincenzo Montella was surprised by how well Fiorentina did in their win away to Sassuolo. “I expected a dip in form.”
Vladimir Petkovic believes Lazio “dominated” despite a 4-1 defeat to Verona and shrugged off rumours of his exit.
Antonio Conte refused to speak to the media, but director Beppe Marotta confessed Radja Nainggolan is “ideal for Juventus.”
Rudi Garcia explained his new Roma system with four strikers and a “stellar” performance to beat Catania 4-0.
Roma crushed Catania 4-0 despite some amazing Gervinho misses, Verona flattened Lazio, Torino put four past Chievo and Fiorentina left it late at Sassuolo.
Juventus lost their clean sheet after 744 minutes of Serie A football, but still beat Atalanta for a ninth straight victory.
Hellas Verona defend their extraordinary home record by welcoming a deeply inconsistent Lazio, as Luca Toni faces Miroslav Klose.
Alessandro Diamanti’s fierce strike earned a victory over Genoa and may well have saved Stefano Pioli’s Bologna job.
Fiorentina want to end 2013 on a high, but face a tricky trip to the unpredictable Sassuolo.
Juventus aim for a ninth consecutive Serie A victory without conceding, but Atalanta have already held Roma and Inter.
Roma welcome bottom of the table Catania with Francesco Totti back in the starting XI after two months and a new system.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is still unbeaten as Sampdoria Coach and wants another victory against Parma today.
Hellas Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini promised “a battle royal” against Lazio this afternoon.
The Milan Derby will be less spectacular tonight, as officials banned the Rossoneri choreography and Inter fans are on strike.
It’s likely to be Stefano Pioli’s last game in charge of Bologna as he hosts Genoa in the early kick-off.