Palermo 3 – AC Milan 1 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) In the 25th minute Palermo’s goalie Marco Amelia clattered into Pato on the edge of the box, with the ref pointing to the spot. Ronaldinho stepped up to convert the spot-kick but Amelia went from villain to hero saving the shot from the bucked-tooth Brazilian. And after the break Palermo may the Rossoneri pay as Fabrizio Miccoli fired home a brilliant opener after cutting in from the left hand side. Nine minutes later it was 2-nil as Edison Cavani headed home a second. The men in pink killed the game when Simplicio hit a third, Ronaldinho netting a late consolation from the penalty spot,
Inter Milan 2 – Napoli 1 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) Ivan Cordoba hooked Inter Milan into the lead against Napoli at the San Siro. Inter scored a brilliant second, Julio Cruz played a beautiful backheel into the path of Maicon, the Brazilian hit a cross-cum-shot and Sulley Muntari provided the deft finish to score. But Napoli got themselves back in the game when Ezequiel Lavezzi scored with a fine chip after a superb backheel from Marcelo Zalayeta.
Roma 1 – Fiorentina 0 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) The Giallorossi continued their superb recent form by beating the Viola, captain fantastic Francesco Totti scoring yet again to claim all three points.
Genoa 1 – Bologna 1 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) Giuseppe Sculli headed Genoa in front on 55 minutes, but Marco Di Vaio’s close-range header eight minutes later clinched a draw for Bologna.
Udinese 0 – Chievo 1 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) Udinese, who had top striker Antonio Di Natale sent off, lost their fourth league game in a row when a late Felipe own goal gave bottom side Chievo a crucial away win and ended a six-game losing streak.
Siena 1 – Torino 0 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) Massimo Maccarone scored the only goal of the game with a low shot on 19 minutes as Siena won at home.
Atalanta 2 – Lazio 0 (Serie A, November 30, 2008) Jaime Valdes broke the deadlock on 54 minutes and Sergio Floccari added the second on 68 minutes from Simone Padoin’s pass.