AC Milan went top of Serie A by beating Palermo as Lazio lost away to Cesena and Inter Milan drew.
Milan go top as Lazio lose and Inter and Juve are held
AC Milan went top of Serie A by beating Palermo as Lazio lost away to Cesena and Inter Milan drew again.
Juventus were also held away from home, but Roma built on their weekend derby success by hanging on to see off Fiorentina.
Massimiliano Allegri's Milan
side scored twice inside the final 15 minutes to secure a 3-1 victory over Palermo
at the San Siro.
Alexandre Pato provided Milan with a 19th minute lead before Palermo levelled early in the second half through Armin Bacinovic.
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic restored the hosts' advantage on 77 minutes and Robinho made sure of the points seven minutes from time.
slipped up again as the former leaders lost 1-0 at struggling Cesena
courtesy of Marco Parolo's 84th minute goal.
Reigning champions Inter
drew for the fifth time in 11 Serie A games this season after a 1-1 stalemate at Lecce
Diego Milito gave Inter the lead 15 minutes from time, but Lecce snatched a point through Ruben Oliveira's goal three minutes later.
were also pegged back soon after taking the lead during their 1-1 draw away to lowly Brescia
Fabio Quagliarella made the breakthrough 20 minutes from time, but Alessandro Diamanti scored only two minutes later to clinch a point for Brescia.
kept themselves in the mix at the top end of the table after an entertaining 3-2 home win over Fiorentina
Fabio Simplicio and Marco Borriello scored either side of half-time to put Roma in control before Alberto Gilardino pulled a goal back for Fiorentina.
Substitute Simone Perrotta netted Roma's third on 77 minutes before Fiorentina substitute Gaetano D'Agostino grabbed a stoppage-time consolation.
Ezequiel Lavezzi scored a 94th minute winner as Napoli
moved up to third in the table thanks to a 1-0 win at Cagliari
Maxi Lopez scored the only goal of the game on the hour mark as Catania
claimed a 1-0 home win over Udinese
, while Chievo
and bottom club Bari
Davide Ballardini enjoyed victory in his first game as Genoa
coach as Omar Milanetto's 81st minute goal secured a 1-0 home win over Bologna