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Table - Italian Serie A
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11 Palermo 34
12 Sassuolo 29
13 Udinese 28
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InternazionaleInternazionale
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CagliariCagliari
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GenoaGenoa
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AC MilanAC Milan
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UdineseUdinese
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AC MilanAC Milan
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CesenaCesena
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PalermoPalermo
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AS RomaAS Roma
SassuoloSassuolo
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Hellas VeronaHellas Verona
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TorinoTorino
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Felipe Anderson stars as Lazio inch closer to Champions League place

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Brazilian starlet Felipe Anderson recorded a goal and an assist in Lazio's 3-0 win.

Lazio remained in the hunt for Champions League football with a 3-0 win at Sassuolo on Sunday.

The capital club remained in fourth place but turned up the heat on Napoli and Roma above them as goals from Felipe Anderson, substitute Miroslav Klose and Marco Parolo sealed victory.

It was Lazio's third straight win and ensured they would go into their Coppa Italia clash with Napoli in midweek full of confidence.

The visitors took a while to break down a team who came into the game on the back of consecutive...

Napoli inch closer to second place with victory over Sassuolo

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Duvan Zapata opened the scoring for Napoli on Monday.

Napoli moved to within three points of second-placed Roma in Serie A thanks to a 2-0 win over Sassuolo on Monday evening.

Duvan Zapata and Marek Hamsik scored the goals for Rafael Benitez's men, who ended the game with only 10 men with substitute Dries Mertens shown a red card.

The win means Napoli can move above Roma next Sunday when they face Torino, before the Giallorossi host Juventus on Monday.

Paolo Cannavaro was making his return to his home-town club, whom he represented for eight years...

Fiorentina up to fourth as Mohamed Salah scores in first start

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Mohamed Salah, left, scored in his first start for Fiorentina since he loan from Chelsea began.

Mohamed Salah celebrated his first Fiorentina start with a goal as the Viola beat Sassuolo 3-1 to move up to fourth in Serie A.

The Egyptian, who arrived on loan from Chelsea as part of the deal which saw Juan Cuadrado join the Blues, put Fiorentina ahead after half an hour before setting up Khouma Babacar to make it two just a minute later.

Babacar added a third after an hour with Domenico Berardi grabbing a consolation for the hosts, who lost for only the second time in eight games.

Fiorentina's...

Sampdoria 1-1 Sassuolo

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Sampdoria lost further ground in the race for a spot in next season's Champions League after being held at home to a 1-1 draw by Sassuolo on Sunday.

Francesco Acerbi gave Sassuolo a second-minute lead but Eder pulled Samp level seven minutes later.

Samp had several chances to win the game at the Luigi Ferraris stadium but were denied by great saves from visiting goalkeeper Andrea Consigli.

The outcome in Genoa extended Samp's winless run in Serie A to three games and has left the Blucerchiati in fifth...

Sassuolo have become the envy of Italian football in just 12 months

Domenico Berardi, centre, and his Sassuolo team have been the envy of Italian football this term.

Sassuolo owner Giorgio Squinzi has a curious iPhone cover. It's red and black and bears the crest of AC Milan. He grew up in Cisano Bergamasco, the birthplace of Milan's former winger Roberto Donadoni, and has been a fan of the Diavolo all his life. Upon entering the football business more than a decade ago and declaring "one day we'll get into the Champions League and buy Kaka," the bespectacled Squinzi was asked who he would root for if his new club were ever to face the team of his heart. "I'd...