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All big clubs win in Serie A

Thu, Oct. 26, 2017
CAIRO – 26 October 2017: The 10th round of Serie A passed without any surprises as all the prominent clubs in Italy won their matches.

At home, Juventus proved that it is still at its best and will be able to defend its title. Juventus defeated SPAL 2013 (4-1) thanks to a volley shot from Federico Bernardeschi and a masterful foul from Paulo Dybala, in the first half.

Alberto Paloschi, SPAL’s player, managed to shrink the gap in the first half after he managed to beat Juventus’ defense. In the second half, Gonzalo Higuain put the third at the 65th minute. Five minutes later, Juan Cuadrado closed the score at 4-1.

Juventus now placed third with 25 points in the table of Serie A.

Napoli needed a victory to regain the lead after they defeated the host Genoa (3-2). Adel Taarabt took the lead in the 4th minute after a marvelous pass by Andrey Galabinov.

But then came the hero of Napoli, Dries Mertens, who scored a double in the 14th and 30th minute to relieve the fans’ stress. Ervin Zukanovic, Genoa`s player, added the third for Napoli after he wrongly scored.

Armando Izzo, Genoa`s defender, gave an extra bit of excitement to the final moments of the match when he scored the second for his team at the 76th minute to end the game with 3-2.

Rome won 1-0 against Crotone thanks to Diego Perotti while Lazio won 2-1 against Bologna. Ciro Immobile, Lazios striker, missed a penalty for Lazio. Although Senad Lulic, Lazios midfielder, scored a goal for Bologna, he scored the second goal for Lazio.

AC Milan visited Chievo Verona to beat them 4-1 and remain in eighth place in the Italian table.

Suso, AC Milan’s striker, took the lead in the 38th minute, and then Bostjan Cesar, Chievo Verona’s player, doubled the score with a goal for Milan.

Hakan Calhangolu scored the third in the 55th minute after a pass from Franck Kessie. Then Valter Birsa shrunk the gap for Genoa when he scored the first goal for his team in the 61st minute. But Nikola Kalinic, AC Milan’s striker, ended the party in the 64th minute when he scored to make it 4-1.
 
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