Serie A (Italy)

2018/19 Italian Serie A – Round 25 – Juventus keeps their 13 point lead despite Napoli’s big win.

Italian Serie A
Briefings

Juventus does enough to keep their lead and improbability of not winning the title after winning ‘1-0’ at Bologna.
Kryzstof Piatek and Fabio Quagliarella moved closer to top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo in the race for the golden boot.
The Milan teams (AC and Inter) occupy the last two positions in the league for Champions League direct qualification, while the teams from Rome (Roma and Lazio) trail behind in the Europa League qualifying spots.

February 22, 2019
AC Milan 3–0 Empoli
AC Milan – Krzysztof Piatek 49’ Franck Kessie 51’ Samuel Castillejo 67’

February 23, 2019
Torino 2–0 Atalanta
Torino – Armando Izzo 42’ Iago Falque 46’

Frosinone 2–3 Roma
Frosinone – Camilo Cano 5’ Andrea Pinamonti 80’
Roma – Edin Dzeko 30’ 90+5’ Lorenzo Pellegrini 31’

February 24, 2019
Sampdoria 1–0 Cagliari
Sampdoria – Fabio Quagliarella 66’

Bologna 0–1 Juventus
Juventus – Paulo Dybala 67’

Chievo Verona 0–0 Genoa

Sassuolo 1–1 SPAL
Sassuolo – Federico Peluso 43’
SPAL – Andrea Petagna 68’(pen)

Parma 0–4 Napoli
Napoli – Piotr Zielinski 19’ Arkadiusz Milik 36’ 73’ Adam Ounas 82’

Fiorentina 3–3 Inter Milan
Fiorentina – Stefan de Vrij 1’ Luis Muriel 74’ Jordan Veretout 90+11’
Inter Milan – Matias Vecino 6’ Matteo Politano 40’ Ivan Perisic 52’(pen)

 

Kryzstof Piatek opens the goal scoring for AC Milan to get a ‘3-0’ win over Empoli. Three second-half goals keep AC Milan’s grip on a place in the top four.

After starting their year with 6 unbeaten matches (including knocking Juventus out of the Coppa Italia), Atalanta suffered back-to-back defeat in the league after a ‘2-0’ defeat to Torino.

Edin Dzeko saved Roma from dropping points with a late goal against Frosinone.

Sampdoria ended a run of 4 defeats in the league when Fabio Quagliarellla scored his 17th league goal of the season to hand his side a ‘1-0’ over Cagliari

Paulo Dybala comes off the in the second-half to score the only goal of the match to see Juventus win another league match and keep their 13-point lead on the chasing pack.

Bottom-table Chievo Verona is winless after a goalless draw with Genoa.

Sassuolo and SPAL played out an evenly contested ‘1-1’ draw.

Napoli made up for their goalless draws in the two recent league matches with 4 goals against Parma.

After bouncing back from a terrible start to be up 3-1 in the 52nd minute, Inter Milan dropped two points to Fiorentina to settle for a final score of ‘3-3’. The threat heightens for Inter Milan’s position in the league standings after allowing themselves to drop two points from a comfortable position against Fiorentina.

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