Week 1806 Jan 2014
Catania2 - 0Bologna
Chievo0 - 0Cagliari
Fiorentina1 - 0Livorno
Genoa2 - 0Sassuolo
Juventus3 - 0Roma
Lazio1 - 0Inter
Milan3 - 0Atalanta
Napoli2 - 0Sampdoria
Parma3 - 1Torino
Udinese1 - 3Verona
Francesco Lodi made the perfect Catania comeback with a goal and an assist to beat Bologna.
Mauricio Pinilla’s dreadful penalty miss proved decisive, as Cagliari were held to a 0-0 draw at Chievo.
Gonzalo Rodriguez scraped a Fiorentina victory in the Tuscan Derby, but Livorno hit the bar and forced a goalline clearance.
Alberto Gilardino scored one and had a penalty saved, as Genoa got the better of Sassuolo.
Juventus won 3-0 and went eight points clear after ending Roma’s unbeaten record with Daniele De Rossi and Leandro Castan sent off.
A superb Miroslav Klose goal was enough to give Lazio a 1-0 win over Inter in Edy Reja’s first game back in charge.
Ricky Kaka went up to 101 Milan goals and Bryan Cristante scored his first, but 3-0 does not reflect Atalanta’s performance.
Dries Mertens’ well-taken double saw Napoli break through a spirited Sampdoria performance on Monday afternoon.
Torino had taken the lead at the Stadio Tardini, but Parma turned it around with Amauri breaking his drought.
Luca Toni bagged a brace as Hellas Verona earned a very impressive 3-1 victory away to Udinese.