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Serie A Roundup – Week 28

Even though Italians teams faltered in the Champions League earlier in the week, there were still some things to celebrate.  The best way to celebrate is to score a lot and this weekend there were a ton of goals.  In Siena, Super Pippo Inzaghi scored his 300th goal in Milan’s impressive 5-1 road win vs Siena to maintain their 3rd place standing in the table.

Juventus kept Inter in their sights with a 4-1 victory over Bologna as Juve icon Alessandro Del Piero scored twice to help La Vecchia Signora win its 4th straight game and extend their unbeaten streak to 6 matches.

Inter bounced back from midweek Champions League disappointment with a 2-0 home victory over Fiorentina. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice to knock  I Viola into 5th place. Fiorentina’s result meant that Genoa would move into 4th as they took advantage of Fiorentina’s loss by winning at Cagliari 1-0. Ruben Olivera’s goal in the 85th minute gave Genoa the big win.

Here are the results from Week 28 & Standings:

Saturday, March 14

Cagliari 0 – 1 Genoa
GEN: Ruben Olivera (85′)

Juventus 4 – 1 Bologna
JUV: Salihamidžic (48′), Giovinco (71′), Del Piero (75′ & 87′)
BOL: Massimo Mutarelli (24′)

Sunday, March 15

Atalanta 2 – 0 Torino
ATL: Sergio Floccari (46′ & 72′)

Lazio 0 – 3 Chievo
CHI: Bogdani (27′), Sergio Pellissier (28′ & 84′)

Palermo 5 – 2 Lecce
PAL:Cavani (11′ & 59′), Simplício (18′), Miccoli (41′), Simon Kjær (56′)
LEC: Simone Tiribocchi (17′ & 34′)

Reggina 1 – 1 Napoli
REG: Bernardo Corradi (27′)
NAP: Ezequiel Lavezzi (64′)

Sampdoria 2 -2 Roma
SAM: Giampaolo Pazzini (25′ & 43)
ROM: Julio Baptista (7′ & 70′)

Siena 1 – 5 Milan
SIE: Massimo Maccarone (62′)
MIL: Pirlo (7′), Inzaghi (48′ & 71′), Pato (55′ & 78′)

Udinese 1 – 1 Catania
UDI: Fabio Quagliarella (71′)
CAT: Giuseppe Mascara (25′)

Inter 2 – 0 Fiorentina
INT: Ibrahimovic (11′ & 90′)

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  1. Pep

    March 16, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    When all things are taken into context Roma’s tie with Sampdoria was the most impressive. With up to 13 players injured,absent and suspended (DeRossi,Totti,Aquilani,Juan) to name a few that single point hard earned maybe the difference come seasons end of being in Europe or settling for a uefa cup spot.

    Forza Roma and Spalletti.

  2. free bet

    March 16, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    what a great career by Pippo, he is such a valuable player, much better than Raul or other over the hill forwards…

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