Parma Coach Franco Colomba hailed his team's ability to “bring home three points from Naples, where few manage to get a result.”
The Ducali had previously lost all their away games this season, but earned a shock 2-1 victory against Napoli.
“We knew that we were facing a great team and that we couldn't afford a single mistake. We made a few errors, but were able to react and bring home three important points from Naples, where few manage to get a result.
“It went well and we're very happy with the victory. The team as a unit worked brilliantly, including in defence. Everybody worked hard and every now and then it's good to get an important result away from home.
“Jonathan Biabiany is learning to move down the flank and is putting in a lot of work, while Sergio Floccari sacrificed himself for the good of the team. In modern football, everyone has to track back, even the centre-forward.”
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