It was hard to spot the excitement of the championship in the Italian Serie A before Sunday's matches, and it is almost entirely impossible for.
Here was the sovereign Juventus visit Napoli, who were defeated 2-1 in a showdown, where both teams got a player sent off.
This topper Juventus sovereign row, with all 16 points down to just Napoli in second place.
There are still 12 rounds, but Juventus look like a team that are cruising to its eighth Italian championship in a row.
Napoli made it not easier for themselves, as keeper Alex Number was expelled with a direct red card after 25 minutes.
Cristiano Ronaldo was allowed to run freely down towards the Napoli goal, as the Number of out and slew portugiseren outside of the box.
It meant that Napoli had to respond, and Arkadiusz Milik was taken out instead of keeper David Ospina.
Naples ' Alex Number was given early marching orders - and then it was uphill for Naples. Photo: Alberto Pixxoli/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
He could so quickly get the ball out of his goal, as Miralem Pjanic pounded Juventus to 1-0 on the direct free kick subsequent.
Down with a man, it was difficult for Napoli, who cashed again with six minutes left in the first half.
Federico Bernardeschi laid a perfect ball into the box, where Emre Can was allowed to stand unmarked and head the Juventus in front 2-0.
Pjanic collected his second yellow card after two minutes of the second half, and thus was also Juventus reduced to ten men.
It is understood Napoli to exploit, and after an hour of play sent Lorenzo Insigne a fine pass into the guest field, where José Callejón sent the ball into the net for 1-2.
In the 84. minutes got Naples then awarded a penalty when the referee felt that Alex Sandro touched the ball illegally with his hand.
Lorenzo Insigne abused, however, the ability to equalize.
Ronaldo did not come on the measured breeding, but it did to turn 36-year-old Fabio Quagliarella twice as Sampdoria beat Spal 2-1.
Thus share Ronaldo and Quagliarella first friendly game against france on 19 goals each.
Earlier on Sunday delivered Danish Jens Skims the Larsen a nice outline for Udineses last scoring in the 2-1 victory over Bologna.