SSC Napoli could only draw 1-1 with AS Roma after conceding an injury-time equaliser, to potentially ruin their hopes of a first league title.
So much rested on the 150th Derby del Sole of Serie A, but though Roma began the stronger, their energy backfired in the seventh minute, as Roger lbañez jostled Hirving Lozano from behind in the penalty area.
Federico Ceccherini's header set Hellas Verona on their way to a richly-merited 2-1 victory over Atalanta at the Gewiss Stadium still an unhappy hunting ground for 'La Dea, who have picked up almost 65 per cent of their points away from home this season.
It was the first time Atalanta and Verona hadnever met on a Monday, and Jérémie Boga started at a manic pace as the visitors defence struggled to cope with the slippery left-winger.
AC Milan continues to lead in Italy Seria A table followed by Inter Milan position 2 with 69 point, Napoli position 3 with 67 point, Juventus position 4 with 63 point and AS Roma position 5 with 58 point respectively.
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