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After becoming the first goalkeeper to save a Mario Balotelli penalty, Napoli's Pepe Reina asked for the striker's shirt - which he now sleeps in.
– Reina speaking to Spain's Onda Cero radio.
After saving Mario’s penalty I couldn’t not ask for his shirt. It was a historic event.
He gave me it and I’ve brought it home to create an unusual pair of pyjamas. I sleep with his shirt and Napoli shorts.
AC Milan defender Philippe Mexes has been banned for three Serie A games for aggressive conduct towards Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini, the Lega Serie A has confirmed.
The France international punched Chiellini in the neck during Juve's 3-2 triumph over AC Milan in Turin on Sunday and, although the referee failed to see the action, TV evidence was used to determine the punishment.
Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini does not believe Mario Balotelli will realise his full potential unless he learns to curb his anger.
The AC Milan striker has been banned for three games for making insulting and intimidating comments towards the referee after Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Napoli.
– Mancini speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport.
There is only one way to end this and that is for Mario to learn to resist those anger attacks.
He must break that spiral. If word spread that he no longer reacted to that, then he would not be a target.
All the defenders in the world know that it only takes two kicks to see him (Balotelli) lose his mind and hence, they do that.
In England I had to have words with some of the players that marked him.
That happened on occasions where they were clearly provoking him.
But more or less, everyone tries to have him sent off.
AC Milan defender Ignazio Abate believes Mario Balotelli 'must learn to control himself' as the temperamental striker serves the first part of a three-match ban during Wednesday's game at Bologna.
Italy striker Balotelli was shown a second yellow card in Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Napoli for his protests after the final whistle.
– Rossoneri full-back Abate speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Mario must learn to control himself.
He is an important player for us and to lose him for several games is a problem.
He just needs to learn self-control.
Mario Balotelli missed a penalty for the first time in his professional career as Napoli recorded their first victory over AC MIlan at the San Siro in 27 years.
Balotelli was sent off after the game for dissent just moments after grabbing a late consolation for Milan.
The 2-1 win maintains Napoli's 100% record in Serie A and will do wonders for the confidence of on-loan Liverpool goalkeeper, Pepe Reina.