Italian Serie A – Round 26


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February 25, 2017

Napoli                       0-2                Atalanta

                                                                              Mattia Caldara 29’ 70’

SSC Napoli v Atalanta BC - Serie A : News Photo

Despite playing the final 30 minutes of regulation time with a man less, Atalanta was able to double his scoring and Atalanta’s lead to give his side an important away victory that took them to fourth place in the league standing; closing in on Napoli.


Juventus                             2-0                  Empoli

Lukasz Skorupski 52’
Alex Sandro 65’

Juventus FC v Empoli FC - Serie A : News Photo

Empoli did put up a good fight, but an unstoppable Juventus moved closer their 33rd and sixth consecutive league title after doing what was expected and defeating Empoli at home.  


February 26, 2017

Palermo                            1-1                 Sampdoria

Ilija Nestorovski 31’(pen)                                   Fabio Quagliarella 90’


A late goal for Sampdoria denied Palermo important three points.

Their distance to safety would have been shortened if relegation-zoned Palermo could have held on to a goal lead.   


Genoa                          1-1                      Bologna

Olivier Ntcham 90’+4’                                                Federico Viviani 57’


A goal deep into additional time against a 10-man Bologna team rescued Genoa from a defeat at home and kept their two-point lead they have over Bologna in the standings.


Crotone                    1-2                      Cagliari

Adrian Stoian 10’                                                   Joao Pedro Galvao 32’
                                                                                  Marco Borriello 69’

FC Crotone v Cagliari Calcio - Serie A : News Photo

Cagliari overcame going behind to an early goal by scoring a goal in each half to leave Crotone with all three points.


Sassuolo                          0-1                    AC Milan

                                                                                            Carlos Bacca 22’

US Sassuolo v AC Milan - Serie A : News Photo

Ten minutes after Domenico Berardi missed a penalty that could have given Sassuolo the lead at home, Carlos Bacca scored the only goal of the match to give AC Milan the victory.


Chievo Verona                    2-0                       Pescara

Valter Birsa 12’
Lucas Nahuel Castro 61’

AC ChievoVerona v Pescara Calcio - Serie A : News Photo

After thrashing Genoa to get a ‘5-0’ home victory, Pescara was sent back to their losing ways by Chievo Verona.


Lazio                              1-0                  Udinese

Ciro Immobile 72’(pen)

SS Lazio v Udinese Calcio - Serie A : News Photo

Ciro Immobile’s goal from the spot was the difference maker in this match.  Lazio picked up a consecutive league victory while giving Udinese a consecutive league defeat.


Inter Milan                       1-3               Roma

Mauro Icardi 81’                                                     Radja Nainggolan 12’ 56’
                                                                                  Diego Perotti 85’

FC Internazionale v AS Roma - Serie A : News Photo

Radja Nainggolan was the star of the show when Roma went to the San Siro and defeated Inter Milan to keep up with Juventus at the top of the table.

Inter Milan dropped to sixth as Roma created an 11-point gap between the two sides in the league standings.


February 27, 2017

Fiorentina                           2-2                   Torino

Riccardo Saponara 8’                                                  Andrea Belotti 65’ 85’
Nikola Kalinic 38’


A missed penalty denied Andrea Belotti a hattrick that could have helped Torino to an away victory over Fiorentina.
Torino canceled out a two-goal deficit in the second half to leave Fiorentina with a point.

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