Napoli secured a 2-0 away victory over Bologna at Estadio Renato Dall'Ara (Bologna). Rodrigo Lozano gave the visitors early victory in the 20th minute assisted by Eljif Elmas before he netted the second goal 27 minutes later assisted by Fabian Ruiz. Napoli have won three games, drew in one out of their last five matches (WDLWW).
At Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (Milano), Spezia ended AC Milan winning streak after securing 2-1 victory over them. AC Milan took the lead in the added minute of the first half courtesy of Rafael Leao super goal. Kevin Agudelo netted an equalizer for Spezia in the 64th minute assisted by Danielle Verde before Gyasi the winning goal in 90+6.
In another match played on the same day, Genoa suffered a huge humiliation of 6-0 at Fiorentina. All the six goals came from different goal scorers. The visitors are winless in their last five matches leaving them in the relegation zone with 12 points.
Inter Milan are leading the table in the Italian league and are 2 points clear off AC Milan in second position, and 4 points ahead of 3rd-place Napoli.
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