Cagliari beat Sampdoria for the second time in three days, albeit only 2-1, to set up a Coppa Italia Round of 16 clash with Inter.
The referees for Serie A Week 15 are announced, with Michael Fabbri given Lazio-Juventus and Gianpaolo Calvarese officiating Inter-Roma
Claudio Ranieri has urged his Sampdoria squad players to “turn the page” against Cagliari in the Coppa Italia tomorrow.
Lega Serie A CEO Luigi De Siervo has defended moving microphones to avoid picking up racist chants. “It’s a television product, not censorship.”
You can watch all the highlights – and there were plenty of them – as Cagliari fought back from 3-1 down to beat Sampdoria 4-3.
Claudio Ranieri said Sampdoria’s 4-3 defeat to Cagliari was “amazing” and blamed the “last 15 minutes” costing them the points.
Rolando Maran credited Cagliari for “remaining clear-headed and showing such belief” to fight back and beat Sampdoria 4-3. "It would've been so easy to give up."
Radja Nainggolan says Cagliari will “keep dreaming” after they came back from behind to beat Sampdoria in a 4-3 Serie A thriller.
Cagliari overturned a two-goal deficit to snatch a dramatic 4-3 victory over Sampdoria, courtesy of Alberto Cerri’s 96th-minute header.
Cagliari are without the suspended Fabrizio Cacciatore and Robin Olsen against Sampdoria, who have similar issues at the back.
Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini claims the top two are already decided in Serie A but expects a "completely open" fight for top four.
Cagliari are forced to make changes against Sampdoria, with Robin Olsen and Fabrizio Cacciatore are banned after the late drama against Lecce last Monday.
Cagliari’s 2-2 draw against Lecce last Monday was a backward step, according to coach Rolando Maran, and he wants to get back on track with Sampdoria.
Sampdoria boss Claudio Ranieri believes his side are “playing one of the best teams in the league” when they face Rolando Maran’s Cagliari tomorrow.
All 20 Serie A clubs have signed a letter promising to tackle racism following a season of escalating incidents that have brought worldwide condemnation.
Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan has been named Serie A’s Player of the Month for November.
Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan wants to "prove Inter wrong" and put Belgium behind him, but admits he will never get rid of the ‘troublemaker’ reputation.
Lecce have announced that they will appeal Gianluca Lapadula’s two-match ban for his attempted headbutt on Cagliari’s Robin Olsen.
Cagliari goalkeeper Robin Olsen has been given a four-match ban for brawling with Lecce’s Gianluca Lapadula on Monday.
Lecce President Saverio Sticchi Damiani criticised apologetic Cagliari goalkeeper Robin Olsen for being the “protagonist of incredible play-acting.”