That is all from our European football coverage for the evening. I hope you enjoyed the game. If not then you are never allowed to look at football again. That's it, you're out! Until next time, ta ra. I'll see thee.
- Parma 4-5 AC Milan (FT)
- Giacomo Bonaventura, Keisuke Honda score for Milan
- Jeremy Menez (2) and Nigel de Jong also score for visitors
- Cassano, Felipe and Lucarelli and an own goal for Parma
- Daniele Bonera sent off for Milan and Felipe off for hosts
Milan did it the hard way but they now have two wins from two games this season. They join Juventus and Roma in having achieved this feat this campaign and are top of the table on goal difference. Parma, however, are winless after two games along with Empoli. It almost seems unfair on them that they can't take something away from tonight's game. I tell you what Parma, you have my gratitude, and that's worth more than league points right? Parma? Right?!
A truly astonishing game comes to an end. Milan have won it but that is only a tiny bit of the story. The game twisted and turned like a twisty, turny thing. We've had nine goals, including a solo effort from Nigel de Jong, a superb backheel from Jeremy Menez and a ludicrous own goal, assisted by Milan keeper Diego Lopez. Oh, and two sendings off as well. Right everyone, you can breathe out now.
The Milan defenders are doing a sterling job of protecting Diego Lopez. Parma are unleashing plenty of long-range shots to try and beat the injured keeper but so far all they have hit is Milan bodies. The six added minutes are now up.
There are six added minutes. This game is not over yet! Lopez is moving awkwardly. Surely it is shoot on sight for Parma.
You have got to be kidding me?! What has Diego Lopez just done?!! Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio has possession but is under pressure on the right side of his own half and so digs out a pass back to his keeper, believing it will be dealt with easily. However, Lopez somehow allows the ball to pass him and dribble into the net without even getting a touch. He acts as though he may have pulled something but you suspect that is an attempt to recoup some pride. Because he has just made an utter fool of himself.
Nigel de Jong appears to have turned himself into a goal machine.
French Ligue 1
Over in France, Marseille have wrapped up the win against Evian with Florian Thauvin making it 3-0.
Jeremy Menez can take a well-deserved rest. He's had a cracking night, capped by the cheekiest of goals. He is replaced by M'Baye Niang with four minutes to go.
So, let me get this straight... eight goals, two sendings off, a crossbar hit and some pretty excessive celebrations from the visitors. Not bad for an otherwise quiet Sunday night.
Unbelievable! That is surely the win for Milan now. And what a superb and cheeky piece of skill to wrap up a win. Jeremy Menez is alert in the box to latch on to a loose pass-back from Stefan Ristovski, clip the ball round the advancing Antonio Mirante before back-heeling the ball into the net. Lovely stuff. The Milan players are having a party like it's 1999 as well.
That is ridiculous. No way is that a sending off. Felipe is moving at pace and may slightly brush a Milan player, but the dramatic dive that it results in is completely over the top. The ref buys it hook, line and sinker and shows the Parma man a straight red. It is now 10-a-side.
Parma have just scored so of course it is Milan's turn to attack. Jeremy Menez charges away from Alessandro Lucarelli again down the left and into the box before firing a shot from an angle that Antonio Mirante pushes up onto the corner of the goalframe.
That is a pretty good start! A corner is swung over from the right and slammed into the net by the head of Alessandro Lucarelli. This is an astonishing game. And you sense it is not done yet. Strap yourself in for a big 16 minutes!
Another Parma change sees Massimo Coda come on for Cristobal Jorquera. They have less than 20 minutes to rescue this.
If you had drawn up a list of likely scorers of the next goal, Nigel de Jong would be near the very bottom. And you certainly wouldn't expect him to run half the length of the pitch before slotting in either. Well that is what has just happened after the Dutch midfielder closes down and dispossesses Antonio Cassano before charging clear to score. At one stage it looked like De Jong didn't have the wheels but he found the gas and got his reward and 10-man Milan have something better to protect.
Italian Serie A
Argentina striker Carlos Tevez scored his first goal of the season asJuventus beat Udinese 2-0 in manager Massimiliano Allegri's home bow.
The Italian champions made it two wins from two in Serie A ahead of Tuesday's Champions League visit of Malmo.
Allegri struggled to make any impact at Milan but you would have to fancy his chances of doing better at the Italian champions. Two wins from two for Juve.
Shinji Kagawa's Manchester nightmare is finally over.
The Japan international scored on his Borussia Dortmund return on Saturday as the Germansthrashed Freiburg 3-1 in the Bundesliga.
Kagawa, 25, has signed a four-year deal with the German club, for whom he played from 2010 to 2012, prior to his move to Old Trafford for £12m.
Arsenal next at home for Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Parma make a change of their own to try and capitalize on their numerical advantage. Raffaele Palladino comes on for Abdelkader Ghezzal. There are 25 potentially gripping minutes to go.
Filippo Inzaghi has his work cut out now to put a tactical plan together to preserve Milan's lead. His first act is to withdraw Keisuke Honda and Alex and send on Cristian Zapata and Adil Rami.
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The free-kick from the resulting handball by Bonera is right on the edge of the box. Parma's first effort strikes the wall but the ref calls it back and books Nigel de Jong for breaking from the wall too early. Antonio Cassano fires the second set-piece but the ball clips his own man before blazing into the stand.
Now we have a game on our hands. Bonera was booked in the first half and now his evening is over after diving in to block a Parma shot with his hand on the edge of the box. Milan may lead but they have a tough 30 minutes ahead now.
French Ligue 1
Meanwhile, over in France, Marseille have taken a 2-0 lead against Evian. Gianelli Imbula has added to the opener scored by Andre-Pierre Gignac in the very first minute.
Milan almost restore their two-goal lead straight away as Ignazio Abate skips clear of his marker before unleashing a shot from just inside the box that Antonio Mirante does really well to get down to palm away.
Game on! Parma strike back to narrow Milan's lead as the ball is floated into the box and headed back for Cristobal Jorquera to slice a shot into the six-yard box that is perfect for Felipe to slot into the net. It is turning into a bit of a cracker this.
The first half-chance of the second half goes to Milan. Giacomo Bonaventura gets his side a free-kick in Parma territory with a dramatic tumble. Keisuke Honda swings the ball over the top for Alex, who misses his header but was offside anyway.
Italian Serie A
Dani Osvaldo. Remember him Southampton fans? Of course you do, he was that £15m flop you signed.
The Italian has made a better start to life at Inter though, on loan from the Saints, scoring his first two goals for the club in their7-0 drubbing of Sassuolo earlier today.
Bizarrely it was exactly a year ago today that Inter won 7-0 at Sassuolo. If the fixture computer spits out the same fixture next year you'd forgive Sassuolo for not turning up.
Game on. Again. If this second half throws as many goals our way as the first we are in for a fun 45 minutes. Probably best you stick around.
Holger Badstuba doesn't have a lot of luck does he?
The Bayern Munich defender will miss Manchester City's Champions League visit on Wednesday after being toldhe needs a thigh operation.
The German, 25, has just returned after 20 months out with a knee injury but pulled up duringSaturday's 2-0 win over Stuttgart.
Spanish La Liga
While Real Madrid have had a pretty disastrous start to La Liga, Barcelona are looking formidable after their three matches.
Brazil superstar Neymar came off the bench to score both goals inBarca's 2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, before heaping praise on teammate Lionel Messi.
Messi was also hailed by boss Luis Enrique who admitted the Argentine does things he doesn't even seeon "the Playstation"..... Now that's a compliment. Unless he only owns Grand Theft Auto V*.
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Milan barely have time to celebrate the goal before the half-time whistle blows. The visitors hold a commanding lead that perhaps they do not completely deserve. Not that Filippo Inzaghi and his players will be complaining. Parma have a mountain to climb now.
And they do just that as Menez dusts himself down, steps up to the spot and smashes the ball straight down the middle and into the net. That could well be the end of Parma's challenge.
Parma's night is unravelling. Jeremy Menez is too fast for Alessandro Lucarelli, who hauls back his rival in the box and gets a booking for his trouble. Milan can put some daylight between themselves and Parma before the break...
You'd almost think he had a point to prove against his former team.
Great goal. Really great goal. Milan are back in front after Jeremy Menez flights a perfectly-weighted pass down the right for Ignazio Abate to supply a cross into the middle of the box that Keisuke Honda meets on the run to powerfully place a header into the roof of the net. Filippo Inzaghi is a lot happier with that and so he should be.
Nigel de Jong is doing a job for Milan that will be very familiar to anyone who has seen him in action for Manchester City and the Netherlands. He is perfectly-placed to step in and powerfully recover possession as Parma's Afriyie Acquah looks to break away. It is simple stuff but very effective. You also pity anyone who feels the full impact of his enforcement.