Italian Paper Talk: Beautiful Seven For Inter As AC Milan Hit Five!

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Rossoneri at the top with Roma and Juventus after two games…

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All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as AC Milan secure a stunning 5-4 win over Parma on Sunday night including a gem from Jeremy Menez.


Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– Inter, beautiful seven, Nerazzurri replicate 7-0 scoreline of last season over Sassuolo.

– Milan hit five, crazy game decided an incredible strike by Jeremy Menez, Parma furious, Rossoneri at the top with Juventus and Roma.

– Pippo Inzaghi delighted with win despite suffering at times, his new Milan excites as Menez continues to impress in the ‘false nine’ role.

– Chievo hit Napoli, San Paolo protest Aurelio De Laurentiis and Rafa Benitez.

– Beppe Marotta: “Lotito dangerous”, Juventus attack: “He has too much power,he is father and master”.

– Claudio Lotito responds: “I speak only with Agnelli”.

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Beppe Marotta-Lotito words of fire.

– Marotta: “Too much power, he’s dangerous”.

– Lotito: “I speak with Agnelli, my opposite number”.

– Carlo Ancelotti: “I’ll win again with Real”. Italian tactician coming under increased pressure after loss to Atletico Madrid on Saturday. Having lost Angel Di Maria in the transfer window, there is a struggle to find balance while the boos continue for Iker Casillas and Florentino Perez.

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Massimiliano Allegri: Alvaro Morata for the cup, Juventus prepare for Malmo Champions League clash, as new signing gets four minutes against Udinese.

– Napoli flop, defeated and whistled.

– Milano boom, Inter hit seven, impressive Milan.

– Disappointing Torino, bounce back against Bruges.

– Colantuano strikes in Zeman’s home, Genoa inspired by super Perin.

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