That's Napoli's first win away from home since early January and it takes them up to fifth in the table. Next up for them is a visit to Roma. As for Milan, they're without a win at home in over a month and stay nine points behind Inter. Pioli will be hoping they can bounce back against Manchester United in their Europa League second leg on Thursday.
Politano's second-half goal earns a 1-0 win for Napoli over Milan. It took just four minutes for Napoli to break the deadlock after half-time with a quick break that saw Zielinski pick out Politano, who nestled his shot into the far bottom corner. Milan had some great chances to get back into the game, with Ospina denying Rebic and Leao with good saves. Rebic was also sent off in stoppage time for dissent after he gave away a free-kick.