AC Milan picked up their second consecutive league win this season after defeating home team, Parma in a thrilling encounter this Sunday.
After winning their opening fixture, Pippo Inzaghi's men were keen on snatching another three points on their travel.
Things were looking bright for Milan as they got themselves in front on 25 minutes through Giacomo Bonaventura's debut goal for his club.
However, out of nowhere, Parma suddenly got back on level terms as poor marking from Rossoneri allowed Antonio Cassano to score an equalizing goal with his head.
Milan continuing their dominance though as on 37 minutes they regained their lead, this time from Keisuke Honda's fine finish.
Rossoneri looked to cruise into that tie when Jeremy Menez converted a spot kick just before half time break.
After the break, once again in a rather odd situation, Parma managed to pull one goal back without creating too much in that game as Felipe scored from close range on 51 minutes.
Milan continue to make live hard for themselves as Daniele Bonera was sent off after receiving his second yellow card midway into that second period.
Playing with 10-men didn't seem to trouble Milan that much as they restored their two goals margin with a wonderful effort from Nigel De Jong on 68 minutes.
However, Parma refused to give up as they grab another goal back, this time from Alessandro Lucarelli on 73 minutes.
After Felipe picked up his second yellow for Parma, Milan once again restoring their two goals advantage with a sublime goal from Menez, who scored two in that tie.
That match was far from over though as Rossoneri once again making life hard for themselves as a clumsy error lead into an own goal from Mattia De Sciglio, making the final score 5-4 for the visitor.