Serie A - Udinese beaten, Cesena finally win
Udinese relinquished top slot in Serie A after slumping to a 2-0 defeat at Parma, while bottom club Cesena finally won their first match of the season.
Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin spent two seasons at Parma but got no favours from his former club as Jonathan Biabany headed the hosts ahead before the hour and Sebastian Giovinco converted a penalty.
It was Giovinco's seventh goal of the season.
The result means Giovinco's former club Juventus go top on goal difference from Lazio after a 3-0 win at home to Palermo, while Roma climb to fifth after a 2-1 win over Lecce (see above links for reports on both games).
Argentine forward German Denis scored twice for Atalanta in a 2-2 draw at Siena, leaving him as league top scorer with nine goals.
Siena twice came from behind, with Gateano D’Agostino and Alessandro Gazzi on target, the second leveller coming with three minutes left.
Bottom-of-the-table Cesena finally won their first Serie A match of the season when they snatched a late goal to win 1-0 away at fellow strugglers Bologna.
Marco Parolo, who shaved the crossbar in the first half, rifled home a 20-metre effort in the 84th minute for the Sea Horses in coach Daniele Arrigoni's second game in charge.
Cesena remain bottom with six points from 11 games, four behind Bologna.
Chievo held on to win 2-1 at Catania, putting the Flying Donkeys eighth in Serie A.
Genoa rise to seventh, with promoted Novara second bottom.
On Saturday struggling Internazionale beat Cagliari 2-1, Fiorentina held Milan to a goalless draw while Lazio and Napoli also finished scoreless.