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Palermo picked up their first win back in the top flight to ease the pressure on their coach Giuseppe Iachini, although they left it late to beat ten-man Cesena 2-1. Paulo Dybala put the Rosaneri in front, but substitute Alejandro Rodriguez levelled from the penalty spot on the hour. Manuel Coppola was given his marching orders for a second yellow card with ten minutes to go and Cesena were unable to hold on to a point as Costa Rica defender Giancarlo Gonzalez headed in Palermo's winner in stoppage time.

Udinese will be glad to see the back of Turin this season after losing in the Piedmont city for the second time. Their former forward Fabio Quagliarella did the damage as Torino beat the high-flyers 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico to inflict only the second defeat on Andrea Stramaccioni's side this season.

In Sunday's final fixture, a late flurry of goals at San Siro saw Inter Milan and Napoli share the points from a 2-2 draw. Both Inter coach Walter Mazzarri and Napoli boss Rafael Benitez were challenging their former clubs with a certain amount of pressure on their shoulders following sluggish starts to the season.

And there was anxious stalemate in Milan until Jose Callejon scored the first of his two goals with just over ten minutes remaining. When substitute Fredy Guarin levelled it looked like Inter had done enough to rescue a point but they were forced to mount one last rally after Callejon converted his brace in stoppage time.

Hernanes' header may have denied seventh-placed Napoli two points but did little to further Inter's own frustrated ambitions of reaching the Europot to ninth.

— Tuesday, October 21, 2014