By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Juventus and Napoli were neck and neck at the top of the Serie A table prior to Saturday's game between the two sides but the Bianconeri have now established a three point lead over the Partenopei after their win.
Hamsik, one of the players involved in the game, believes the scoreline was not a fair reflection of the game, and rued the costly mistakes which led to the goals but has challenged his team-mates to use the 'anger' from having lost to push themselves in their next few games.
Reflecting on the game, Hamsik told Tuttosport: "Juve had a lot of the ball but never looked dangerous."
"Unfortunately we left Caceres alone at the corner, and we were punished.
"This defeat will give us the right sort of anger for the next games.
"We start next weekend against Chievo, and that will be important. We then go to Bergame [to play Atalanta] and that will also be tricky.
"We have to work hard."
Hamsik has been in good form for Napoli so far this season, scoring three goals and assisting another three in the 10 games he has played for the Naples side.