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Eusebio Di Francesco said blaming the officials was ignoring the fine Sassuolo performance to beat Milan 3-2.
Domenico Berardi admits “facing Milan brings me luck” after his hat-trick gave Sassuolo a 3-2 victory.
Domenico Berardi’s hat-trick saw Sassuolo sink nine-man Milan in a 3-2 thriller, but it included a ‘phantom’ goal.
Follow all the action as it happens from Sunday afternoon in Serie A with Torino-Chievo, Cagliari-Palermo, Atalanta-Genoa and Verona-Empoli.
There are reports Napoli will beat Milan to the duo of Sevilla Coach Unai Emery and director Ramon Monchi.
Manolo Gabbiadini is out of Napoli’s Monday night Serie A game against Cesena.
There are two of the most unpredictable sides in Serie A facing off, as Milan visit Domenico Berardi’s Sassuolo.
Napoli could undergo a complete revamp this summer, as Rafa Benitez and director of sport Riccardo Bigon are on the way out.
Coach Roberto Donadoni said “the present is what it is, but the future of Parma has got to be better.”
English papers claim Inter face competition from Chelsea for Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is now reportedly prepared to only sell up to 35 per cent of the club to Chinese investors.
Cagliari could be mathematically relegated today, but Coach Gianluca Festa won’t give up against Palermo.
Juventus-Napoli is among the Serie A Week 37 fixtures moved, while Lazio-Roma could switch to next Monday.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero wasn’t happy with the referee after defeat to Lazio, but “we’ll earn Europe on the pitch.”
Andrea Stramaccioni’s Udinese are comfortably mid-table, but he warned “we don’t want to give Roma an easy ride.”
Maurizio Sarri assured Empoli will visit Verona “with a battling spirit and great intensity” to enjoy their football.
Eusebio Di Francesco admits his Sassuolo future is far from certain ahead of the Milan game. “I need to know their ambitions.”
Milan visit Sassuolo and Roma need a victory against Udinese, while Cagliari’s relegation could be decided today.
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Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria wasted “three chances it was tougher to miss than score” against Lazio.
Stefano Pioli felt Lazio deserved victory over Sampdoria and can challenge Juventus for the Coppa Italia Final.
Lazio’s Santiago Gentiletti admits he thought about his injury when scoring on his comeback in the same stadium.
Sampdoria paid the price for astonishing misses, as Lazio snatched a 1-0 victory at Marassi on Santiago Gentiletti’s dream comeback.
Cagliari are on the verge of relegation, but President Tommaso Giulini would “choose Zdenek Zeman again a thousand times.”
Miralem Pjanic and Seydou Keita are in the Roma squad for tomorrow night’s game with Udinese.
Alvaro Morata explained his goal celebration against Inter, noting Juventus “want to win whoever is playing.”
Mateo Kovacic said Inter “concede goals like children” after a defeat to Juventus, but insisted he’s “happy” at the club.
Serie B side Pescara have sacked Coach Marco Baroni and appointed Massimo Oddo.
Roberto Mancini admits Inter have “a San Siro problem,” need champions, but lacked “luck” against Juventus.
Max Allegri complimented Juventus for beating Inter at San Siro with a second string side, but had advice for Alvaro Morata.
Felipe Anderson and Miroslav Klose clash with Luis Muriel and Samuel Eto’o as Sampdoria-Lazio could be decisive for Europe.
Juventus rested top players and had nothing to play for, but still conquered Inter 2-1 at San Siro thanks to a Samir Handanovic howler.
Sampdoria and Lazio go head-to-head for precious European points, but Sinisa Mihajlovic also faces his past.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone felt “immense joy” at securing their historic debut promotion into Serie A.
Frosinone President Maurizio Stirpe said their first ever promotion into Serie A “made my father’s dream come true.”

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