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Serie A Round-Up: Inter at the top

Monday, October 20, 2008

AS Roma
AS Roma logo
0 - 4
Inter Milan logo
Inter Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimović 5

Zlatan Ibrahimović 47

Dejan Stanković 54

Victor Obinna 56


Zlatan Ibrahimović scored a double in a stunning 4-0 win at AS Roma to back on top of Serie A table.

Ibrahimović opened the scoring on five minutes when he latched onto a long ball and lobbed the ball over Roma keeper Doni.

The Swedish international doubled their lead two minutes after the break as he beat Simone Loria and then fired low past Doni.

Serbian midfielder Dejan Stanković and young Nigerian Victor Obinna both added sensational long range efforts to seal the win for the Nerazzuri.


Lecce
Lecce logo
2 - 2
Udinese logo
Udinese
Simone Tiribocchi 32
Alexis Sanchez 58
Maurizio Domizzi(o.g) 52
Gaetano D'Agostino 71


Udinese sit second in the table after coming back from a two-goal disadvantage to draw 2-2 at Lecce.

The visitors went 2-0 down through Simone Tiribocchi and the unfortunate Maurizio Domizzi, who scored an own-goal.

But they rallied and substitute Alexis Sánchez pulled one back before Gaetano D'Agostino leveled the scores.


AC Milan
AC Milan logo
3 - 0
Sampdoria logo
Sampdoria
Ronaldinho(pen) 55
Ronaldinho 70
Filippo Inzaghi 90


AC Milan continued its revival with a 3-0 victory over 10-man Sampdoria at the San Siro.

Walter Mazzarri's men put up a good fight until a terrible refereeing decision handed the hosts a penalty and a man advantage in the 54th minute.

Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho converted the penalty and added a second soon after.

Veteran Filippo Inzaghi then stepped off the bench to score a third in injury time.


Bologna
Bologna logo
3 - 1
Lazio logo
Lazio
Sergio Volpi 5
Tommaso Rocchi 59
Marco Di Vaio 12
Marco Di Vaio 26


Lazio suffered a second defeat of the season as they went down 3-1 at struggling Bologna.

Bologna, who had not won or scored in their previous three home matches, broke the deadlock through Sergio Volpi in the fifth minute before Marco Di Vaio scored twice before the half-hour mark.

Substitute Tommaso Rocchi pulled one back for the visitors shortly after the break, but it proved nothing more than a consolation.


On Saturday, Napoli defeated Juventus 2-1 while Fiorentina secured a third consecutive victory with 3-0 win over 10-man Reggina.


Elsewhere in Serie A on Sunday:

Catania
Catania logo
2 - 0
Palermo logo
Palermo
Chievo
Chievo logo
1 - 1
Atalanta logo
Atalanta
Genoa
Genoa logo
1 - 0
Siena logo
Siena
Torino
Torino logo
0 - 1
Cagliari logo
Cagliari


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