Serie A round-up
By Rob Lancaster
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Rossoneri got off to the worst possible start as the visitors took the lead in the first minute through Dino Fava.
Andrea Pirlo then missed a penalty for Milan and Udinese doubled their lead on 52 minutes when Valerio Bertotto netted. Cafu managed to pull one back for the hosts but they were unable to find an equaliser.
Juventus took full advantage of Milan's slip up as they leapfrogged above them into second, although they had to thank David Trezeguet's late 1-1 draw at Leece.
Axel Konan had given Lecce a shock lead after 25 minutes and the reigning champions looked to be in trouble when Mark Juliano was given his marching orders just before the hour mark.
However, French striker Trezeguet equalised with just three minutes remaining to clinch a draw, a result that leaves Lecce still struggling in the bottom three.
Ancona are still searching for their first win of the season after losing 1-0 at Chievo, Federico Cossato grabbing the only goal of the game six minutes before half time.
Perugia and Brescia fought out an entertaining draw which eventually finished two apiece.
Massimo Margiotta (4) gave Perugia the lead, but their advantage lasted only five minutes as former Internazionale man Luigi Di Biagio made it 1-1.
Brescia did not help themselves when Dario Dainielli put through his own net on 72 but Antonio Filippini rescued a point for the visitors with a goal on 79 minutes.
Sampdoria have to settle for a 1-1 home draw with Modena. Diomansy Kamara had given the away side the lead on 20 minutes but Fabio Bazzani squared things up just three minutes after the interval.
The other Sunday afternoon fixture saw Siena and Bologna play out a 0-0 stalemate.
Lazio made it five consecutive wins at home as they beat Internazionale 2-1 in Rome.
Inter had taken the lead in the first half with Christian Vieri netting on the half hour after a defensive error from the hosts.
But, Roberto Mancini's side fought back to get the victory when Bernardo Corradi tapped home just two minutes before half-time.
The winner came with ten minutes to go as Lazio broke away and Luciano Zauri was all alone to stroke home from six yards out.
Inter were not helped by the dismissal of Argentinian Matias Almeyda after an incident involving Lazio's Corradi on 68 minutes. The midfielder was infuriated by the decision and tried to get at Corradi to vent his opinions with his team mates having to restrain him.