Serie A Round 32 from A to Z

High hopes were put on the Derby della Capitale, which Roma and Lazio approached with totally different moods: The Wolves exalted at their exploit over Barcelona, the Eagles shot down by their shocking Europa League elimination. It ended with no winners, no goals, and few emotions. The other match-clou Napoli-Milan also followed a similar pattern, so Serie A Round 32 ended up in favor of Juventus, which widened their gap over the Partenopei to six points.

Donnarumma Drives Napoli Title Hopes Away

A phenomenal save by Gianluigi Donnarumma in the 92nd minute put a damper on Napoli’s residual Scudetto hopes, as the Partenopei were held onto a goalless draw by Milan in San Siro, thus seeing their gap with Juventus widening to six points. The 19-year-old goalie found the best way to celebrate his 100th Serie A cap, but his late exploit may cost much to the club of his hometown Napoli.

Assi di Coppe: Juventus’ Missed Miracle in Madrid

That hurts. Badly. Juventus’ match at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid followed the script of a perfect movie, until its very ending – when direction passed in the hands of some sadistic horror movie regisseur. A penalty awarded in the 93rd minute saved Cristiano Ronaldo and his Blancos, after Juve had scored three goals, performing an incredible comeback, and putting the defending European Champions to the ropes.

Assi di Coppe: Remuntada Roma, Barca Demolished!

Some football fans live their whole life waiting for a night like this. Then, that moment suddenly comes, when the irrational becomes possible, and football turns into epic. Roma did what seemed impossible to do: Beating Lionel Messi’s Barcelona 3-0 to push them out of the Champions League, and advance to the semifinals of the top European competition for the second time in their history.

Serie A Round 31 from A to Z

It could have been a shocking weekend: Juventus struggling hard in Benevento, before Paulo Dybala helped the Bianconeri making full score, and Napoli risking at home against Chievo, before Arkadiusz Milik and Amadou Diawara turned the match upside down. It ended with the gap between the two leading teams unchanged, while battles for relegation, and for the third / fourth place also continue to offer non-stop emotions.

Serie A Round 27 Recap

The saddest of Serie A rounds, the one cancelled one month ago after the shocking passing of Fiorentina captain Davide Astori, was recovered between Tuesday and Wednesday. Seven matches out of ten still needed to be played. The program featured a long-awaited Derby di Milano, but the stracittadina didn’t live up to expectations and ended with no goals. Therefore, the stage was stolen by Andrea Belotti and his three goals, which came at the end of a tormented season.

Assi di Coppe: Juve, It’s a Débacle! Real Win 3-0

Long gone are the days when Juventus used to be Real Madrid’s nemesis in Europe. The Galacticos delivered a painful hammering to Massimiliano Allegri’s Bianconeri last night, one year after last season’s Champions League Final. The 3-0 by which Real virtually put one foot and a half in the semifinal matured at the end of a gigantic performance by Cristiano Ronaldo, touched by grace in occasion of his second goal.

Serie A Round 30: Top 5 Goals

Our weekly selection of the Top Serie A goals inevitably picked a few samples from the goalfest in the Stadio Olimpico between Lazio and Benevento. However, even the big match Juventus-Milan featured some excellent scoring to be featured in our gallery. And while SPAL proved to be stronger that unfavorable refereeing decisions – and did it with some showmanship of bel gioco – the prize for the best goal of the week lands in Milano, and in the capable hands of Ivan Perisic.

Serie A Round 30 from A to Z

Juventus smashed Milan to keep the head of the league, while Sassuolo stopped Napoli and pushed them down to -4 from the leading Bianconeri. Roma slowed down in Bologna, as Inter continued their recovery. An exaggerated Lazio condemned Benevento to an almost certain relegation. Torino came back to victory, while Sampdoria lost against a well-organized Chievo. SPAL gathered another important point for safety, distancing themselves from Crotone and Verona.

Serie A Round 30 Recap

The Serie A amusement park reopened, and saw Juventus promptly jumping back to +4 over Napoli, as the Neapolitans were held to a tie by Sassuolo. The Bianconeri, on the other hand, overcame Milan 3-1 in the partitissima of the weekend. The thrilling battle for the top scorer title between Ciro Immobile and Mauro Icardi continued, with both bombers scoring twice to lead respectively Lazio and Inter to winning their games, and reducing their distance versus third-placed Roma.

Survival of the Fittest in Turin as Juve Beat Milan 3-1

If Juventus end up extending their Scudetto streak to seven titles, Massimiliano Allegri and his boys will remember those minutes when they managed to switch the momentum of last night’s match with Milan as one of those moments that made the difference. With a wheezing Napoli being held onto a 1-1 draw by Sassuolo earlier in the afternoon, the Old Lady widened again their gap versus them after beating the Rossoneri 3-1.

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