Serie A Update

Zlatan Ibrahimovic


1. AC Milan

2. Napoli

3. Lazio

4. Roma

5. Palermo

6. Juventus

7. Inter Milan

8. Udinese


No question that the game of the day came at Giuseppe Meazza, where leaders AC Milan played out a 4-4 draw with inconsistent Udinese.

Antonio Di Natele had the visitors in front after 35 minutes, but Alexandre Pato restored parity on the stroke of half-time.

In an action-packed second half Alex Sanchez restored Udinese's lead on 53 minutes, before Di Natale bagged his second of the game just past the hour mark.

Milan then displayed commendable battling spirit to haul themselves back into the game, with an own goal from Mehdi Benatia (78) and another from Brazilian ace Pato (82) levelling things up once more.

Remarkably, the scoring was not over yet, with German Denis edging Udinese back in front a minute from time, only to see Zlatan Ibrahimovic grab the most dramatic of stoppage-time equalisers.

The South American star broke the deadlock after 20 minutes and bagged his second of the night six minutes later.

The highly-rated 23-year-old ensured that he would be taking the matchball home when he pounced again eight minutes into the second half.

Inter Milan preserved their 100 per cent record under Leonardo with a 2-1 win over Catania.

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