Serie A round-up
By Andrew Scurr
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Fiorentina moved off the bottom with a victory while Inter drew and Milan lost.
Fiorentina ran out 3-0 winners over Reggina in the battle of the bottom two sides to move off the foot of the Serie A table, whilst Milan lost for the first time this season as Palermo overtook Internazionale at the top.
Carlo Ancelotti's Rossoneri had won three, drawn three before Sunday's game at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, but Palermo ensured they moved ahead of Inter on goals scored with a 2-0 victory.
Australian international Mark Bresciano (48) and Carvalho Amauri (74) scored the goals for the Rosanero who laid down a marker for a potential title challenge.
Adrian Mutu (pictured) opened the scoring for Fiorentina on 30 minutes and goals either side of half time from Mario Santana (45) and Emanuele Blasi (55) ensured a comfortable victory.
Internazionale dropped to second in Serie A after a 0-0 draw in the top-of-the-table clash with Udinese at Stadio Friuli.
Parma claimed their first win of the season as they climbed above their opponents Ascoli with a 1-0 victory, Igor Budan scoring the only goal on 10 minutes.
Francesco Totti rescued a point on 66 minutes for Roma against Chievo after Sergio Pellissier (40) had given the visitors an unlikely lead at half-time.
Atalanta came from two goals down to edge a five-goal thriller at home to Sampdoria.
The visitors were two goals to the good inside 11 minutes thanks to a brace from Fabio Quagliarella but Cristiano Doni began the comeback from the penalty spot on 38 minutes.
Doni netted another penalty with five minutes remaining and Riccardo Zampagna completed the turnaround on 89 minutes.
Lazio continue to struggle at the wrong end of the table after going down 3-1 at Catania.
Two Giuseppe Colucci strikes (35 & 51) and a goal from Gionatha Spinesi (44) gave the hosts a commanding lead at Via del Mare.
Tommaso Rocchi pulled one back for Lazio ten minutes into the second half but Catania did not surrender any further goals.
Two high-flying sides drew 0-0 at Armando Picchi, as Livorno and Siena both failed to find the back of the net.