Inter Milan's Geoffrey Kondogbia leads teammates as they leave the field at the end of a Serie A soccer match between Inter and Atalanta in Bergamo, Italy, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. (Paolo Magni/ANSA via AP)
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A visit to last-place Crotone was just what Napoli needed to end a three-match losing streak. Despite losing center forward Manolo Gabbiadini to a red card, ten-man Napoli won 2-1 Sunday to spoil Crotone's first Serie A match in their home stadium.Recently called up to Spain's national team, Callejon has been involved in a league-best eight goals this season with six goals and two assists.Napoli had lost two straight in Serie A and were also beaten by Besiktas in the Champions League this week. They moved back into third, four points behind Juventus and two behind AC Milan, who beat Juve 1-0 Saturday.Torino and Lazio remained level on points, six points behind Juventus, after a 2-2 draw that was determined with a penalty from Torino's Adem Ljajic in added time.
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