Juventus joined Roma at the top of Serie A with two wins out of two this season after beating Udinese 2-0 at the Juventus Stadium.
Carlos Tevez and Claudio Marchisio supplied the goals for Massimiliano Allegri's side, who struggled more than necessary after failing to make their pressure count in the first half.
After running a few risks, though, they picked up the win they were looking for to warm them up for Tuesday's Champions League opener against Malmo in Turin.
Juve - who won every single...
They were undefeated, they seemed invincible, Juventus were the untouchables. That is, until, in November 2012, Andrea Stramaccioni's Inter came to town.
Deploying a trident up front, the Nerazzurri came from behind in remarkable fashion to punish the Bianconeri's laissez-faire approach to the game and destroy Juve's "invincible" reputation. They left Turin with a 3-1 win and Strama became the first coach to introduce the bitter taste of defeat to the Bianconeri fans.
In charge of Udinese now, Strama...
Antonio Di Natale struck twice against promoted side Empoli as Udinese and their new coach Andrea Stramaccioni enjoyed a perfect start to the Serie A season on Sunday.
The former Empoli forward put the hosts on their way in the 57th minute before adding his second five minutes later to hand Udinese all three points.
Empoli went into the encounter at the Friuli stadium looking to make an impact in their first Serie A game in six years.
However, last season's runners-up in Serie B were without the services...
AC Milan have announced the double capture of Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Lopez and Colombia midfielder Pablo Armero.
- Paul: Lopez arrival raises questionsLopez, 32, has joined the Serie A club on a four-year deal while Armero will spend the 2014-15 season on loan from Udinese at the San Siro.
Statements published on Milan's official website confirmed both players had passed medicals on Wednesday before putting pen to paper on their respective contracts.
Lopez's future at Real appeared to be under...