THE 36th week of Serie A has passed; here are the results of all the games and the standings.
This round of games started on Tuesday with Chievo hosting Roma at Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi. Roma’s hopes for Champions League football are over, but EL could be far as well as they only drew.
Napoli, on the other hand, got a big boost for their hopes for UCL football next season as they managed to beat Palermo 2-0 at the San Paolo on Tuesday, with Edinson Cavani & Marek Hamsik on the scoresheet.
Highlights: Milan 2-0 Atalanta
Milan-Atalanta: Official line-ups
On Wednesday evening, all the remaining games were played simultaneously. Lazio lost ground in race for third place as they only got a draw out of Siena at the Olimpico, while Udinese have the same amount of points as Napoli, following victory vs the relegated Cesena. Ramírez gave Bologna a win over Catania.
Novara are mathematically relegated but the big story of the game was Delio Rossi, who assaulted his own player – Adem Ljajic during the game. That game was finished 2-2 after a Montolivo brace. Genoa can breathe a little bit after a tough win over Cagliari, 2-1. Led by Sebastian Giovinco, Parma beat Inter 3-1.
Juventus looked set of collecting further three points against Lecce, but a big Buffon howler meant the spoils were shared. Milan defeated Atalanta 2-0 at Stadio San Siro, to move only 1 point below Juve.
Chievo 0-0 Roma
Napoli 2-0 Palermo
Lazio 1-1 Siena
Cesena 0-1 Udinese
Catania 0-1 Bologna
Fiorentina 2-2 Novara
Genoa 2-1 Cagliari
Parma 3-1 Inter
Juventus 1-1 Lecce
Milan 2-0 Atalanta
Milan should be more focus in our next match against inter. We need all the 3points to mount pressure on juve. For me anything can still happen and I believe inter are also fighting for champion’s league spot which I doubt. Anyway goodluck to everyone.
It’s not over until THE OLD LADY “Sings”
Dis seria a is neva say die for both juve and milan, the last match wil determine the champion, am a milan fan, bt i tink juve ar the favourite.
As I said in another thread, our job is simple. Win out. Then we hope that one of those last 2 teams can hold the leaders to a draw. Not much else we can do but take care of business.