The bigger they are, the harder they fall. So says the cliche that applies this weekend to PSG, which fell pretty hard at the hands of the fourth-worst team in the league, and to former leaders Napoli, which also suffered a fall of its own that set the Serie A title race ablaze. This, plus David De Gea’s performance of a lifetime, and La Liga’s title race no one wants to take, in the first December edition of 90 Minutes’ Top Five. 1. Serie A on fire Who would’ve though that the most closely-contested title race in Europe would be Serie A? Well, it’s time to start paying close attention to the Italian league, if you aren’t already. The real game changer in terms of the standings came on Friday, as Gonzalo Higuain stuck it to his old team and led Juventus to a key victory at the San Paolo against then-leaders Napoli. Juve’s victory set off a chain of events throughout the weekend, as the rest of the top five teams took care of business and tightened the gap at the top of the table. The biggest impact stemming from Friday’s game was a changing of the guard at the top, as Inter thrashed Chievo at the San Siro and became the new front-runner in Serie A by a single point. The Partenopei dropped to second with the loss to Juve, while the Old Lady now sits a point behind Napoli and two from Inter. Roma follows in fourth place, five points off the lead with a game still in hand against Sampdoria, which lost to fifth-place Lazio on Sunday. Only seven points separate first from fifth, and the classifica could suffer another shake up next week, as Juventus host Inter in the most anticipated Derby d’Italia in a while.