AC Milan vs. Napoli: Your Running Commentary

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It is rare when a European match not involving English clubs (or Barcelona) gets its own Your Running Commentary, but today's AC Milan-Napoli clash is must-see TV if you're lucky enough to be able to watch (2:45pm, Fox Soccer Channel).

Milan comes into today's match in first place in Italy, holding a two-point edge on Inter Milan. Napoli sits three points back and can tie Milan with a win today.

Want some star power? Milan boasts the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robinho and Alexandre Pato. Napoli features young stars Edinson Cavani and Marek Hamsik.

You can follow my in-game thoughts on the match on SBI's Twitter feed. If you will be watching today's match, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

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13 Responses to AC Milan vs. Napoli: Your Running Commentary

  1. leftcoastmetro says:

    Forza Napoli! Make the Scudetto Race interesting, and give Berlusconi some added heartburn beyond his court trials!

  2. EDB says:

    No announced on ESPN3 and I love it. just crowd noise.

  3. EDB says:

    jinxed it :(

  4. leftcoastmetro says:

    There was a hilarious moment with a Napoli player (not sure who) pretending to head-butt Gattuso. Gattuso got the joke, as did the crowd, but there was a nervous moment there when I don’t think the ref had realized they were just busting chops. The Napoli player could have easily gotten red carded there!

  5. EDB says:

    It was Dossenna, it was nice to see Gattuso tell the reff too..

  6. DCserge says:

    Why he threw his hand up is beyond me. That was silly.

  7. Tim M. says:

    They were joking. Gattuso explained to the ref. It was a very Italian moment.

  8. Tim M. says:

    Napoli is being manhandled by Milan.

    The discrepancy between the two teams ability to generate offense is making for a nice game to watch Milan go to work.

  9. seth says:

    what a save after some nice play from milan that saw robinho almost turn in a shot from point blank range.

  10. fischy says:

    NIce goal. Glad that crappy penalty call doesn’t decide this game.

  11. Big Smoke says:

    Amazing by Pato

  12. Big Smoke says:

    That run by Ibra gave him the space, but it was all him

  13. Edwin in Los Angeles says:

    And Vela scored despite being about 3 feet offsides in the West Brom v Stoke game, in the 85th minute I think too!

    As I was typing that Vela almost made it 2-1 for West Brom, I’m not liking this too much, he only had 8 minutes of substitute play today, but he’s playing almost every week for West Brom, we don’t need an in form rejuvenated Vela to complement a hot streak Chicharito at the Gold Cup to go with a Gio Dos Santos now playing some minutes and glad to have scored his 1st goal in La Liga return at Racing Santander. Donovan and Agudelo better tear it up in 3 weeks! Bunbury get in it too please!