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Serie A Matchday 14 Results

Saturday, November 29th 

Catania 1 – 1 Lecce
Juventus 4 – 0 Regginalega calcio ironon serie a wht2 Serie A Matchday 14 Results

Sunday, November 30th 

AS Roma 1 – 0 Fiorentina
Atalanta 2 – 0 Lazio
Cagliari 1 – 0 Sampdoria
Genoa 1 – 1 Bologna
Inter Milan 2 – 1 Napoli
Siena 1 – 0 Torino
Udinese 0 – 1 Chievo
Palermo 3 – 1 AC Milan

Several shock results this match day or perhaps not so shocking once considering the intense midweek action. 

Palermo - AC Milancombo small acm vs palermo Serie A Matchday 14 Results

Milan was mauled in Sicily with all goals in this one coming in the second half. Palermo manhandled AC Milan after the interval with early goals by Fabrizio Micoli (50′) and “El Matador” Edinson Cavani (59′).  Brazilian midfielder Fábio Simplicio added to the Palermo tally in the 80th minute taking a 3 – 0 lead over the Rossoneri.  Ronaldinho would score a consolation goal for the visitors with a converted penalty in the dying moments. 

After the match Palermo manager, Davide Ballardini, was questioned by reporters on the performance of his players and how it felt to defeat the visitors from the North.

“We played a great game tonight” said Ballardini continuing,  “it is a great feeling to defeat a team who are favourites for the Scudetto, in my opinion.”

Lineups

Palermo: Amelia; Cassani, Carrozieri, Bovo, Balzaretti; Nocerino, Liverani, Bresciano; Simplicio (Guana 91), Miccoli (Kjaer 87), Cavani (Succi 92)

Milan: Abbiati;Zambrotta, Bonera, Maldini, Jankulovski; Flamini (Emerson 57), Pirlo, Ambrosini (Shevchenko 57); Seedorf, Ronaldinho, Pato (Inzaghi 29)

Ref: Rocchi

Game Video Highlights

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Udinese - Chievo
banner small udinese vs chievo Serie A Matchday 14 Results Next notable upset would be Chievo winning 1 – 0 against Udinese in Udin.  After four consecutive defeats, Udinese director general Pietro Leonardi cannot deny his team are in crisis.  The home side showed no creativity after the sending off of striker Antonio Di Natale.  The Udinese hitman was served a red card by referee Matteo Trefoloni  in the 57th minute for his reaction to an offside call, disallowing his goal on a through-ball by Floro Flores.  Chievo would press the man advantage eventually profitting by an o.g. from Udinese defender Felipe off a cornerkick three minutes short of regulation time.

Lineups

Udinese: Handanovic; Motta, Coda, Felipe, Lukovic; Inler, D’Agostino, Pasquale (Obodo 67); Sanchez (Quagliarella 61), Floro Flores, Di Natale

Chievo: Sorrentino; Moro, Mandelli, Yepes, Mantovani; Pinzi, Bentivoglio, Marcolini (Langella 72); Esposito, Luciano; Pellissier

Ref: Trefoloni

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