Juventus strike late to beat Napoli
Defending champions Juventus moved top of Serie A for the first time this season as Simone Zaza's late strike saw off previous leaders Napoli in Turin. Napoli looked set to maintain their two-point lead until substitute Zaza's deflected 18-yard shot flew past away keeper Pepe Reina.
Juve, who are bidding for a fifth straight Scudetto, have now won 15 successive league games. Napoli barely tested Gianluigi Buffon as their eightmatch winning run ended.
The visitors came closest to threatening when Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci's vital interception stopped Serie A's top scorer Gonzalo Higuain from making contact with a dangerous right-wing cross.
Argentina international Higuain had scored 24 goals in his previous 24 league matches, helping Napoli become the league's most prolific attack.
But, despite playing confidently and refusing to sit back, the visitors could not break down a Juventus defence that has only conceded 15 goals this season.