Italian Serie A

Italian Serie A after Round 29

ITALIAN SERIE A

 

 

AC MILAN 1-1 SAMPDORIA
Goal Scorers –
AC Milan – Jens Petter Hauge 87′
Sampdoria – Fabio Quagliarella 57′


ATALANTA 3-2 UDINESE
Goal Scorers –
Atalanta – Luis Muriel 19′ 43′ Duvan Zapata 61′
Udinese – Roberto Pereyra 45′ Jens Stryger Larsen 71′


BENEVENTO 2-2 PARMA
Goal Scorers –
Benevento – Kamil Glik 23′ Artur Ionita 67′
Parma – Jasmin Kurtic 55′ Dennis Man 88′


CAGLIARI 0-2 HELLAS VERONA
Goal Scorers –
Hellas Verona – Antonin Barak 54′ Kevin Lasagna 90+9′



GENOA 1-1 FIORENTINA
Goal Scorers –
Genoa – Mattia Destro 13′
Fiorentina – Dusan Vlahovic 23′


LAZIO 2-1 SPEZIA
Goal Scorers –
Lazio – Manuel Lazzari 56′ Felipe Caicedo 88′(pen)
Spezia – Daniele Verde 73′


NAPOLI 4-3 CROTONE
Goal Scorers –
Napoli – Lorenzo Insigne 19′ Victor Osimhen 22′ Dries Mertens 34′ Giovanni Di Lorenzo 72′
Crotone – Simy 25′ 48′ Junior Messias 59′


SASSUOLO 2-2 ROMA
Goal Scorers –
Sassuolo – Hamed Traore 57′ Giacomo Raspadori 85′
Roma – Lorenzo Pellegrini 26′(pen) Bruno Peres 69′


TORINO 2-2 JUVENTUS
Goal Scorers –
Torino- Antonio Sanabria 27′ 46′
Juventus – Federico Chiesa 13′ Cristiano Ronaldo 79′


BOLOGNA 0-1 INTER MILAN
Goal Scorers –
Inter Milan – Romelu Lukaku 31′




With 10 games left to play, Inter Milan got an 8-point lead in the Serie A title race after a narrow victory allowed them to take advantage of the points AC Milan dropped against Sampdoria.

Inter Milan and Atalanta (blue and black) were the teams in the top four to win their games.
Atalanta gained a 2-point lead on Juventus. Juventus have a game in hand to make up the gap.

Napoli and Juventus are both on 56 points with their outstanding fixture pending to be played.

Lazio with a game in hand moved a point above Roma.

Torino and Parma picked up a point each from their games but the bottom 4 remained as is; with Crotone stuck on 15 points at the bare bottom of the standings.



LEADING GOAL SCORERS
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 24 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 20 goals
Luis Muriel (Atalanta) – 18 goals
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) – 15 goals
Simy Nwankwo (Crotone) – 15 goals


Jens Petter Hauge’s goal saved AC Milan from a defeat to Sampdoria at the San Siro. The 1-1 draw was another set of points dropped by AC Milan. They have quickly gone from being league title contenders to pretenders.

Luis Murel’s goals took Atalanta into the break at 2-1 up against Udinese, but Duvan Zapata’s second half goal is what ended up making it a home win for Atalanta.If finished 3-2 against Udinese.

Parma had to settle for a point at Benevento after playing out a 2-2 draw.
Hellas Verona ended a streak of three defeats with a 2-0 away win against relegation-zoned Cagliari.
Franck Ribery was sent off in the 51st minute to leave Fiorentina with a numerical disadvantage, but they held on to the 1-1 first half score to pick up a point at Genoa. The result kept Genoa 2 points above Fiorentina in the league standings.

Felipe Caicedo scored from the spot in the 88th minute to get Lazio a 2-1 win at home against Spezia. The game finished with Lazio reduced by 2 men. Joaquin Correa and Manuel Lazzari were both sent off deep in additional minutes. Correa was for the accumulation of yellow cards.

Napoli escaped with a narrow 4-3 win at home to bottom table Crotone. It might be a little late but with 11 goals scored in their last four games, we can’t say Crotone has not been doing their part to stay up.

Roma gave up a goal lead on two occasions to end consecutive defeats in the league with a draw against Sassuolo.

Torino came from a goal down to put Juventus under pressure. Antonio Sanabria’s two goals almost carried a relegation-threatened Torino side to a Turin derby win against Juventus. It was Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal that saved Juventus a point.

With the teams around them dropping points, Inter Milan made it out with the maximum points from Bologna. The win was a narrow one, but the step to the league title was a wide one. Romelu Lukaku’s goal in the 31st minute was all Inter Milan needed.

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