With a win over AC Milan, Napoli extended their winning streak to five games across all competitions and reclaimed first place in Serie A. Giovanni Simeone scored late on, heading Mario Rui’s cross into the bottom corner. The visitors took the lead with a penalty from Matteo Politano, but Olivier Giroud levelled with his fourth league goal of the campaign. Napoli now leads on goal differential, while Milan is sixth. After the seventh round of matches in the Italian top division, Luciano Spalletti’s side was the third team to lead the standings. Udinese temporarily led after defeating Inter Milan 3-1 earlier on Sunday, but Atalanta’s 1-0 win against Roma moved them to the top of the table in a game in which Jose Mourinho was sent off. The Roma manager was issued a red card after unleashing his rage when the referee failed to award his team a second-half penalty.

Simeone scored practically from the edge of the six-yard box in the 78th minute after a magnificent Mario Rui cross. Matteo Politano scored a penalty in the 55th minute after Sergino Dest fouled Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. The hosts squandered many chances in the first half. In the 13th minute, Giroud tried to give them an early advantage to AC Milan FC with a drive from the centre of the box, but his effort struck the wall as goalie Alex Meret blocked the ball. In the 25th minute, the France international attempted a scissor-kick, stealing the ball back from teammate Davide Calabria, who was in a more vital place to score and sent it over the net.

It’s too early to tell whether Napoli has what it takes to compete for the Serie A championship for the entire season, but they may have enough components to keep things intriguing. Lifting the Scudetto would be more than just a historical achievement for fans in a town that has been without a trophy since the days of Diego Maradona. If Spalletti, Victor Osimhen, and a guy known as “Kvaradona” deliver, they will be hailed as heroes in Naples for the rest of their lives.

AC Milan and eBay are happy to announce a new relationship in which the world’s biggest marketplace for global commerce will become the Rossoneri’s Official Marketplace, as per AC Milan news. The new relationship is built on the two global companies’ shared aims and values, with the notion of passion at the heart of the deal. On the one side, eBay offers itself to its community as a “marketplace of passions,” where people with similar interests may discover anything they are searching for to satisfy their desires. On the other hand, AC Milan offers unique experiences to its 500 million global followers, who are inspired every day by their love of red and black.