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 By Mina Rzouki

Paulo Dybala 4/10 as Juventus' passivity brings Napoli back in title race

Catch all the action from Serie A's top teams as Napoli trimmed Juve's Serie A lead to just one point.
The ESPN FC guys discuss the rejuvenated title race in Serie A and debate the quality of the match between Juventus and Napoli.

Napoli's 1-0 win over Juventus at the Allianz Stadium reopened the title race and reduced the gap at the Serie A table to just one point.

Juventus adopted a reactive approach to the match, forcing Napoli to take the initiative. The Partenopei proved determined to play their game and controlled possession and looked for avenues through which to pierce a Juve defence that lost Giorgio Chiellini to an injury early on. While they struggled to create opportunities, they certainly impressed in their ability...

Napoli beat Juventus to create a genuine Serie A title race

The ESPN FC guys discuss the rejuvenated title race in Serie A and debate the quality of the match between Juventus and Napoli.
Catch all the action from Serie A's top teams as Napoli trimmed Juve's Serie A lead to just one point.
Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri comments on their 1-0 win over Juventus as his team close the gap to the Serie A leaders to a single point.

TURIN, Italy -- They said Napoli couldn't do it and the case against their title challenge was easy enough to understand. The Partenopei don't have the depth to win the Scudetto, they said, but Maurizio Sarri knows a thing or two about revolutions.

"You only need 16 men for a coup d'etat" is one of his favourite sayings. It led La Gazzetta dello Sport to re-name him the "Che Guevara of Figline." After beating Genoa in mid-March, Sarri said "If it were down to me, I'd go all the way to the Palace...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus and Napoli ready for clash of styles with Scudetto implications

Napoli have a chance to close the gap in Serie A to one point at Juventus, but the FC crew are split on whether the Partenopei can pull it off.

Serie A has proven to be the most competitive league this season with many still wondering who will come out on top between Juventus and Napoli. On Sunday evening, the Partenopei will travel to Turin in hopes of snatching three important points to close the gap at the top of the table. A match between two excellent coaches, whomever wins this game could well be celebrating the title come the end of the season.

"I am not jealous. I am glad that after so many years of hard work, [Maurizio] Sarri has...

Serie A title race back on a knife-edge ahead of Napoli at Juventus Sunday

Juventus' shock draw against Crotone opens up the door for Napoli in the Serie A title race. Gab Marcotti and the FC boys recap it all.

A bicycle kick is called a rovesciata in Italian. Taken literally it can mean reversed. After all, you're scoring with your back to goal. But the best way to look at it is upside down. The bicycle kick Simy scored to get relegation battling Crotone a point against Juventus on Wednesday night did exactly that to Serie A. It turned a title race many considered completely over on its head.

Juventus started the night six points clear of Napoli. Twice, over the course of a remarkable evening, they...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' Stefano Sturaro turns in poor display, Serie A title race wide open

Simy's overhead kick earned 18th-place Crotone a shock 1-1 draw against front-runners Juventus at the Stadio Ezio Scida.
Simy's overhead kick earned 18th-place Crotone a shock 1-1 draw against front-runners Juventus at the Stadio Ezio Scida.
Juventus' shock draw against Crotone opens up the door for Napoli in the Serie A title race. Gab Marcotti and the FC boys recap it all.

Displaying a poor attitude and little to no ambition, Juventus dropped two points on Wednesday -- managing only a 1-1 draw against Crotone and opening a slender chance for Napoli to capture the Serie A title.

Crotone were not a side to be underestimated. This season they have managed to defeat Fiorentina, earn a point against Inter, and convincingly thrash Sampdoria. Against Juventus, they refused to roll over.

Juve, by contrast, did not seem motivated to grind out a result. Players were clearly...

Juventus, Gigi Buffon and Real Madrid must close officiating can of worms

Gianluigi Buffon didn't hold back when asked about the penalty decision at the end of the match that gave Cristiano Ronaldo the opportunity to squash Juventus' comeback.

How about we all take a step back and keep the hell away from that Pandora's Box?

That means you, Marca, who saw fit to devote Tuesday's front page to the following concept: the accusations of pro-Real Madrid refereeing bias might hurt Zinedine Zidane's team against Bayern Munich.

And you, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, who accused UEFA head of refereeing Pierluigi Collina (who happens to be Italian) of being so obsessed with appearing transparent and unbiased that he ends up penalizing...