The Poland international got off the mark for his new side, though they needed the Spaniard to pop up and seal the win after the visitors clawed their way back into the game
Arkadiusz Milik marked his full Napoli debut with a double before Jose Callejon’s two late goals claimed a 4-2 Serie A victory over nine-man AC Milan.
The former Ajax striker – signed to replace Gonzalo Higuain – opened his Napoli account just 18 minutes into his first start for the club, before adding another with a thumping header just after the half-hour.
With Milan having picked up just two points from their last five trips to Napoli, their prospects seemed bleak, but a whirlwind five minutes early in the second half saw excellent strikes from M’Baye Niang and Suso haul Vincenzo Montella’s side level, while Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri was sent to the stands for protesting to the officials.
However, Napoli overcame their manager’s absence, and found themselves back in front when Callejon tapped home from close-range following superb work from Dries Mertens.