April 15, 2017
Inter Milan 2-2 AC Milan
Antonio Candreva 36’ Alessio Romagnoli 83’
Mauro Icardi 44’ Cristina Zapata 90’+7’
A ‘2-2’ final score was what we got In the second Milan Derby of the 2016/17 Serie A season. In the first meeting of the season, Ivan Perisic had to score a late goal in additional time to give Inter Milan a point while denying AC Milan a victory.
Cristian Zapata scored a late goal in additional time to see AC Milan come from two goals down in the first half to securing a point from this fixture.
Roma 1-1 Atalanta
Edin Dzeko 50’ Jasmin Kurtic 22’
Roma was held by Atalanta.
Despite the statistical dominance, Roma could manage just a point at home.
Palermo 0-0 Bologna
Relegation-zoned Palermo couldn’t get a home victory against a 10-man Bologna side.
Cagliari 4-0 Chievo Verona
Mauro Borriello 11’
Marco Sau 15’
Joao Pedro 40’ 90’
It was a fourth consecutive league defeat for Chievo Verona after getting hammered in the first half by Cagliari.
Torino 1-1 Crotone
Andrea Belotti 66’(pen) Simmy Nwankwo 81’
Top-scorer Andrea Belotti scored a penalty to take his goal-scoring tally to 25 goals, but Belotti’s goal was not enough to give Torino a victory over Crotone.
Fiorentina 1-2 Empoli
Cristian Tello Herrera 64’ Omar El Kaddouri 37’
Manuel Pascal 90’+3(pen)
A late penalty allowed Empoli steal a victory from Fiorentina. This result helps Empoli in their quest to avoid relegation from the Serie A.
Pescara 0-2 Juventus
Gonzalo Higuain 22’ 43’
With Roma failing to grab maximum points against Atalanta, Juventus is surely running away with the title.
As expected, the league leaders came out victorious over the team at the bottom of the table. Gonzalo Higuain scored a brace to put himself in contention for the topscorer of the season.
Genoa 2-2 Lazio
Giovanni Simeone 10’ Lucas Biglia 45’+2’
Goran Pandev 78’ Luis Alberto 90’+1’
Lazio got a late equalizing goal in each half to leave Genoa with a point.
Sassuolo 2-1 Sampdoria
Antonio Ragusa 49’ Patrik Schick 28’
Francesco Acerbi 56’
Sassuolo got two second-half goals to overturn a goal deficit in the first half.
Napoli 3-0 Udinese
Dries Mertens 48’
Jose Maria Callejon 72’
Third-placed Napoli plowed through Udinese in the second half to get a deserved home victory that closed up the gap between themselves and second-placed Roma.