Napoli and AC Milan faced off in the late kickoff of the Italian Serie A match week 8, in what was the standout match of the week in the Italian Serie A.
This match had it all as former Milan legend Genaro Gattuso lead Napoli faced his former side AC Milan in Naples. But it can be remembered that the last time Milan won Napoli at Napoli's home was 10 years ago and Gattuso was playing for Milan then, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the winning goal.
The match started off with the two teams coming out for the win, and it didn't take time before the veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave Milan the lead and added a second, before Dries Martens drew one goal back. For Milan loan player Teamu Bakayoko was red carded and Ibrahimovic left the match injured before Milan secured the win with a 90th minute strike to make it a 1-3 win.
After the game where Zlatan Ibrahimovic showed his class by giving a dominant performance, Milan has moved back to the top of the League, while Napoli has fallen down the table as you can see below:
What are your thoughts, do you think Italy can see a new Champion this season instead of Juventus? Make your opinions heard in the comments section below.
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