ITALIAN SERIE A after round 26
Inter Milan got the three points to maintain their lead in the title race.
Atalanta are kicked out of the ‘top four’.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 20 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 18 goals
SPEZIA 1-1 BENEVENTO
Goal Scorers – Spezia – Daniele Verde 71′
Goal Scorers – Benevento – Adolfo Gaich 24′
UDINESE 2-0 SASSUOLO
Goal Scorers – Udinese – Fernando Llorente 42′ Roberto Pereyra 90+3′
JUVENTUS 3-1 LAZIO
Goal Scorers – Juventus – Adrien Rabiot 39′ Alvaro Morato 57′ 60′(pen)
Goal Scorers – Lazio – Joaquin Correa 14′
ROMA 1-0 GENOA
Goal Scorers – Roma – Gianluca Mancini 24′
CROTONE 4-2 TORINO
Goal Scorers – Crotone – Simy 27′(pen) 54′ Arkadiusz Reca 80′ Adam Ounas 90+4′
Goal Scorers – Torino – Rolando Mandragora 45′ Antonio Sanabria 84′
FIORENTINA 3-3 PARMA
Goal Scorers – Fiorentina – Lucas Martinez 28′ Nikola Milenkovic 42′ Simone Iacoponi 90+4′(og)
Goal Scorers – Parma – Juraj Kucka 32′(pen) Jasmin Kurtic 72′ Valentin Hihalia 90′
HELLAS VERONA 0-2 AC MILAN
Goal Scorers – AC Milan – Rade Krunic 27′ Diogo Dalot 50′
SAMPDORIA 2-2 CAGLIARI
Goal Scorers – Sampdoria – Bartosz Bereszynski 78′ Manolo Gabbiadini 80′
Goal Scorers – Cagliari – Joao Pedro 11′ Radja Nainggolan 90+6′
NAPOLI 3-1 BOLOGNA
Goal Scorers – Napoli – Lorenzo Insigne 8′ 76′ Victor Osimhen 65′
Goal Scorers – Bologna – Roberto Soriano 73′
INTER MILAN 1-0 ATALANTA
Goal Scorers – Inter Milan – Milan Skriniar 54′
- Alvaro Morata assisted the opening goal and scored the other two goals to get Juventus from a goal down at home to a ‘3-1’ win against Lazio.
- Gianluca Mancini scored the only goal of the game to get Roma a win against Genoa.
- The two teams at the bottom of the league table were both involved in a 6-goal match.
Crotone called the win while Parma picked up a point.
Bottom table Crotone won at home in an exciting 6-goal game with Torino. It ended a 4-2 win for Crotone.
Fiorentina and Parama played out a 3-3 draw.
- Cagliari have gone three games unbeaten after Radja Nianggolan scored the equalizing goal 6 minutes into added time to end the match in a 2-2 draw against Sampdoria.
- Lorenzo Insigne scored two goals for Napoli to bounce back from the points dropped against Sassuolo with a win at home against Bologna.
- Inter Milan passed the test and came out with a narrow victory at home against Atalanta. Millan Skrinair’s goal in the 54th minute decided the match for Inter Milan. On the balance of play, Atalanta probably deserved more from this fixture.