Serie A (Italy)

Italian Serie A – Round 33


Top Four
1. Juventus
2. Roma
3. Napoli
4. Lazio
Bottom Four
17. Empoli
18. Crotone
19. Palermo
20. Pescara


Goals Scored:: 48


Serie A

April 22, 2017

Atalanta           3-2        Bologna

Andrea Conti 3’            Mattia Destro 16’’
Remo Freuler 14’         Federico Di Francesco 61’
Mattia Caldara 75’

Atalanta BC v Bologna FC - Serie A : News Photo

Mattia Caldara scored the winning goal for Atalanta after giving up a two goal lead to Bologna.  Atalanta remains in the top four in the league standings.


Fiorentina         5-4           Inter Milan

Matias Vecino 23’ 64’’       Ivan Perisic 29’
Davide Astori 62’              Mauro Icardi 34’ 88’ 90’+1’
Khouma Babacar 70’ 79’

ACF Fiorentina v FC Internazionale - Serie A : News Photo

Icardi’s hat-trick could give Inter Milan any point from this match.

Mauro Icardi made it an interesting ending to the match when he scored two late goals for Inter Milan to cut down the margin from 3 goals to 1.


April 23, 2017

Sassuolo              2-2         Napoli

Domenico Berardi 59’       Dries Mertens 52’
Luca Mazzitelli 80’             Arkadiusz Milik 84’


Four goals were scored in the second-half, and both teams had and lost the lead in the second half.

Sassuolo denied second-placed Napoli the victory that would have intensified the pressure on second-placed Roma.


Udinese            2-1         Cagliari

Stipe Perica 70’              Marco Borriello 86’
Gabriele Angella 73’

Udinese Calcio v Cagliari Calcio - Serie A : News Photo

Despite missing a first-half penalty that could have given them an early lead, Udinese was still victorious at home over Cagliari.  

The results allowed Udinese to open a 5-point gap between the two sides in the league standings.


Sampdoria         1-2       Crotone

Patrik Schick 20’           Diego Falcinelli 67’
                                        Simmy Nwankwo 80’

UC Sampdoria v FC Crotone - Serie A : News Photo

Relegation-zoned Crotone managed to come from a goal down to get an away victory over Sampdoria.


AC Milan           1-2            Empoli

Gianluca Lapadula 72’     Levan Mchedlidze 40’
                                             Mame Baba Thiam 67’

AC Milan v Empoli FC - Serie A : News Photo

AC Milan fell at home to Empoli.

Had Suso converted a 59th penalty kick into a goal, Milan could have come out of this fixture with a point.


Lazio                 6-2         Palermo

Ciro Immobile 8’ 9’
Balde Diao Keita 21’ 24’(pen) 26’
Luca Crecco 90’+1’

SS Lazio v US Citta di Palermo - Serie A : News Photo

10 consecutive league matches without a victory for Palermo; including 8 losses.

As expected, Lazio thrashed relegation-zoned Palermo.  Ciro Immobile opened the scoring for Lazio with a brace and Balde Keita added a hat-trick to it to complete the scoring in the first half.


Chievo Verona       1-3       Torino

Sergio Pellissier 65’           Adem Ljajic 52’
                                             Davide Zappacosta 56’
                                             Iago Falque 75’

AC ChievoVerona v FC Torino - Serie A : News Photo

Torino scored three second-half goals to get a victory over Chievo Verona that opened a 10-point gap between the two sides.


Juventus             4-0         Genoa

Ezequiel Munoz 17’(o.g)
Paulo Dybala 18’
Mario Mandzukic 41’
Leonardo Bonucci 64’

Paulo Dybala of Juventus FC celebrates with his teammates... : News Photo

Juventus is touching the title with their fingertips after getting another expected home victory.  Genoa was the victim this time around.


April 24, 2017

Pescara          1-4         Roma

Ahmad Benali 83’       Kevin Strootman 44’
                                      Radja Nainggolan 45’
                                      Mohamed Salah 48’ 60’

Pescara Calcio v AS Roma - Serie A : News Photo

As expected, Roma was victorious against bottom-tabled and recently promoted Pescara.  

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