Juventus and Inter keep winning in Serie A

Gonzalo Higuain bagged a double as Juventus beat Atalanta in Italy's Serie A

Gonzalo Higuain has scored twice as Juventus came from behind to win at Atalanta 3-1 in Serie A.

League leaders Juventus maintained their one-point advantage over Inter Milan, who won 3-0 at Torino.

In Saturday's other match, AC Milan and Napoli drew 1-1.

Robin Gosens opened the scoring for Atalanta early in the second half but Higuain netted twice in eight minutes and set up Paulo Dybala in stoppage time.

Juventus were without Cristiano Ronaldo, having left the forward at home before Tuesday's Champions League match against Atletico Madrid.

Atalanta hadn't beaten Juventus in Serie A since 2001 but had a great chance to take the lead in the 17th minute when it was awarded a penalty after Sami Khedira intercepted Alejandro 'Papu' Gomez's flick with his arm.

But Musa Barrow hit the crossbar and Mario Pasalic headed the rebound over.

Atalanta dominated and finally broke the deadlock 11 minutes into the second half when Barrow crossed from just inside the right side of the penalty area for an unmarked Gosens to head in at the back post.

Juventus levelled in the 74th as the ball came to Higuain in a scramble in the penalty area and his swivelling effort was deflected into the bottom right corner.

There was controversy around Higuain's second as there appeared to be a handball from Juan Cuadrado in the build-up.

Atalanta players were furious and called for an on-field review but the video assistant referee deemed it unnecessary.

Higuain turned provider in stoppage time with a delightful cross-field ball for Dybala to extend fifth-placed Atalanta's winless run to five matches.

"This was a proof of maturity. We take home three points which are crucial for the Scudetto," Higuain said.

Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku scored again for Inter to help them to a comfortable win in miserable conditions in Turin.

Heavy rain delayed the start of the match but when it did get underway, Martinez fired Inter in front in the 12th with an angled drive into the far bottom corner.

Inter doubled their lead 20 minutes later when, on a corner, Stefan de Vrij escaped his marker for the simplest of tap ins at the back post.

And Lukaku sealed the result 10 minutes into the second half, firing into the bottom left corner for his 10th league goal.

Between them, Lukaku and Martinez have 16 league goals, more than half of Inter's goals in Serie A.

Napoli failed to snap a five-match winless run as they were held at AC Milan.

Hirving Lozano gave Napoli the lead in the 24th, heading in the rebound after Lorenzo Insigne's effort crashed off the corner of the goal frame.

But Giacomo Bonaventura levelled four minutes later with a magnificent long-range effort.

Napoli remained seventh while Milan are 13th.