Serie A round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Milan went ahead at The Luigi Ferraris after 38 minutes when Danish striker Jon Dahl Tomasson scored.
The ubiquitos Andrei Shevchenko then added a brace (59 & 90) to send his side to the summit.
The Bianconeri went ahead after just four minutes of their clash with Brescia through Czech star Pavel Nedeved (pictured).
However, that was only after Gianluigi Buffon has saved a spot kick from Juve legend Roberto Baggio just 60 seconds previous.
The Scudetto holders then secured victory on the stroke of half time when David Trezeguet pounced - but it was not enough to stay on top.
An amazing miss by Christian Vieri was the highlight of a 0-0 draw between Internazionale and Roma.
Inter had already had a goal ruled out for handball, after substitute Julio Cruz had slammed home on 75.
Roma had dominated the first half, but were lucky to claim a point when Vieri missed from a matter of yards out with the goal gaping.
The Italy international smashed against the post to the disbelief of everyone in the stadium - not least the striker himself.
Parma sealed a very good win over previously high-flying Modena at The Ennio Tardini.
Domenico Morfeo put the home side ahead after 27 minutes.
Massimo Scoponi was dismissed for the home side with 11 minutes left, which allowed Parma to increase their advantage.
Adriano (85) and Marco Marchionni (87) both netted to make it 3-0.
Lazio grabbed a last minute winner to secure a 2-1 win over Bologna at Stadio Olimpico.
Simone Inzaghi opened the scoring with just seven minutes left, but an Ousmane Dabo (89) own goal looked to have given Bologna a share of the spoils - before Italian international Bernardo Corradi popped up to win it for the home side.
Perugia and Udinese shared six goals Stadio Rento Curi, with Dino Fava grabbing a great hat-trick for the away side.
Fava put Udinese ahead after 36 minutes, but Perugia went in at half time ahead thanks to late efforts from Marco Di Loreto (42) and Jay Bothroyd (43).
Fava levelled matters on the hour mark and again put his side in-front with 15 minutes left.
Perugia, though, made sure of a point through Massimo Margiotta - who pounced in the last minute.
The final game of the day saw bottom of the table Ancona seal an admirable goalless draw at Reggina.
Click below for match summaries:
Internazionale 0-0 Roma
Juventus 2-0 Brescia
Lazio 2-1 Bologna
Parma 3-0 Modena
Perugia 3-3 Udinese
Reggina 0-0 Ancona
Sampdoria 0-3 AC Milan