SERIE A 2014-15
LATEST
Week 7 19 Oct 2014 (14.00 UK)
Atalanta1 - 0Parma
Cagliari2 - 2Sampdoria
Fiorentina0 - 2Lazio(11.30)
Genoa1 - 1Empoli(Mon 19.45)
Inter2 - 2Napoli(19.45)
Palermo2 - 1Cesena
Roma3 - 0Chievo(Sat 17.00)
Sassuolo1 - 1Juventus(Sat 19.45)
Torino1 - 0Udinese
Verona1 - 3Milan
FIXTURES
Week 8 26 Oct 2014
Cesena-Inter
Chievo-Genoa
Empoli-Cagliari
Juventus-Palermo
Lazio-Torino
Milan-Fiorentina
Napoli-Verona
Parma-Sassuolo
Sampdoria-Roma
Udinese-Atalanta
Richmond Boakye got Atalanta’s first home goal of the season to push past Parma in a dramatic finale.
Cagliari fought back from 2-0 down to hold 10-man Sampdoria in an exhilarating encounter, but the Blucerchiati stay third.
Lazio notched up a third straight win, conquering Fiorentina 2-0 at the Stadio Franchi, though Alberto Aquilani hit the post.
A controversial equaliser from Empoli’s Lorenzo Tonelli cancelled out a well-taken strike from Genoa’s Andrea Bertolacci for a share of the points.
It was a crazy finale as Inter fought back twice from Jose Callejon goals to hold Napoli 2-2.
Palermo snatched a potentially decisive 2-1 victory over 10-man Cesena in stoppages to save Beppe Iachini’s job.
Mattia Destro, Adem Ljajic and Francesco Totti ensured Roma had crushed Chievo’s spirit before half-time.
Simone Zaza and Sassuolo pegged Juventus back to a 1-1 draw despite Paul Pogba’s wonder-strike, so Roma are just one point behind.
Fabio Quagliarella was on target again to sink his old club and secure Torino’s 1-0 win.
Keisuke Honda scored twice and thanked a comical own goal, as Milan ended their Bentegodi curse by beating Verona 3-1.