Italian Serie A
March 29, 2019
Chievo Verona 0-3 Cagliari
Cagliari – Fabio Pisacane 16’ Joao Pedro 33’ Artur Ionita 43’
March 30, 2019
Udinese 2-0 Genoa
Udinese – Stefano Okaka Chuka 4’ Rolando Mandragora 62’
Juventus 1-0 Empoli
Juventus – Mosie Kean 72’
Sampdoria 1-0 AC Milan
Sampdoria – Gregoire Defrel 1’
March 31, 2019
Parma 1-3 Atalanta
Parma – Gervinho 8’
Atalanta – Mario Pasalic 24’ Duvan Zapata 75’ 90+4’
Fiorentina 1-1 Torino
Fiorentina – Giovanni Simeone 7’
Torino – Daniele Baselli 34’
Frosinone 0-1 SPAL
SPAL – Francesco Vicari 13’
Roma 1-4 Napoli
Roma – Diego Perotti 45+4 (pen)
Napoli – Arkadiusz Milik 2’ Dries Mertens 50’ Simone Verdi 55’ Amin Younes 81’
Bologna 2-1 Sassuolo
Bologna – Erick Pulgar 68’(pen) Mattia Destro 90+6’
Sassuolo – Jeremie Boga 90+2’
Inter Milan 0-1 Lazio
Lazio – Sergej Milinkovic- Savic 13’
Relegation-bound Chievo Verona suffered another defeat; 3-0 defeat at home to Cagliari. All three goals were conceded before Chievo was reduced to 10-men when Fabio Depaoli was sent off in the 52nd-minute. The result was a boost to Cagliari’s survival in the league.
Udinese helped their relegation battle with a win at home against Genoa.
Mosie Kean needed 3 minutes to decide the tie for Juventus. After coming on for Blaise Matuidi in the 69th minute, Mosie Kean broke the deadlock by scoring the only goal of the match in the 72nd minute to hand Juventus a win over Empoli. We didn’t expect the game to be as close as it ended up being, but Juventus winning the title again is just about confirmed.
An early goalkeeping error in the 1st minute was enough to cost AC Milan the game.
Duvan Zapata gets the winning goal and another to see Atalanta come from behind to take full points against Parma. The goals take Zapata’s tally in the league to 19 while Atalanta gets 3 points away from Champions League football in the coming season.
Fiorentina and Torino shared the points after a ‘1-1’ tie
SPAL helped their relegation battle after getting an early goal to beat relegation bound Frosinone
A deserved victory for Napoli as the thrashed Roma at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome. And with Lazio and Atalanta coming out of the round with victories, Roma’s hopes of qualifying for Champions League football is on thin ice.
Mattia Destro’s late winner deep in additional time gave Bologna a victory against Sassuolo. With just a win in their 10 Serie A matches played in 2019, Sassuolo should be careful not to fall dangerously close to the red mark.
Lazio beats one Milan side (Inter Milan) and closes in on the other (AC Milan).