Entertainment an open survey for racist cries at Roma-Napoli
Seventh heaven: Napoli beats Fiorentina 2-1 to stay perfect
MILAN (AP) — Napoli bounced back from its first loss of the season to maintain its perfect start to the Serie A campaign. Luciano Spalletti’s side rallied to win 2-1 at Fiorentina on Sunday, with Hirving Lozano and Amir Rrahmani scoring after Lucas Martínez Quarta had given the home side the lead. Napoli has won its first seven league matches of the season and tops the Serie A table. It is two points above AC Milan, which won 3-2 at Atalanta. Despite its domestic form, Napoli has struggled in Europe. It drew at Leicester in their Europa League opener and lost 3-2 at home to Spartak Moscow on Thursday.
The Italian League announced Monday night having opened an investigation for racist cries heard at Stadio Olimpico. It is Victor Osimhen, the former Lille striker, who would have been the target. According to team, the judge of the proceeding requested further investigation on the duration and magnitude of the cries. According to the league, the Cree stopped after the ads in the stadium, and the GIALLOROSSI collaborated to identify the officials more easily.
This type of incident multiplies in the transalpine country, and despiteof FIGC recently, evil seems deep. In the Europa League match Thursday, October 21 between Lazio and OM, Bamba Dieng had already been targeted by cries of monkeys in the same Stadio Olimpico.
Milan derby ends in draw; Napoli held 1-1 by Verona .
MILAN (AP) — Inter Milan was the more disappointed side after the Milan derby match ended in a 1-1 draw, despite AC Milan being the team that missed out on taking the outright lead of Serie A on Sunday. Former Milan midfielder Hakan Çalhanoğlu converted a penalty for Inter in the 11th minute -- and celebrated fiercely against the club he left in June on a free transfer after four years. Milan leveled thanks to an own-goal by defender Stefan de Vrij shortly after, and Inter also had a penalty saved in a high-tempo first half. “For us the glass is half empty,” Inter coach Simone Inzaghi said. “We missed so many chances and a penalty, and we deserved more.