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Inter draw rare blank at Napoli

Published: Sunday 14 February 2010, 17.00CET
FC Internazionale Milano failed to score for the first time since September in Serie A as they drew 0-0 with SSC Napoli, a result which leaves the Nerazzurri seven points clear of second-placed AS Roma.
Inter draw rare blank at Napoli
Napoli and Inter played out a goalless stalemate ©Getty Images
Published: Sunday 14 February 2010, 17.00CET

Inter draw rare blank at Napoli

FC Internazionale Milano failed to score for the first time since September in Serie A as they drew 0-0 with SSC Napoli, a result which leaves the Nerazzurri seven points clear of second-placed AS Roma.

FC Internazionale Milano were held to a draw for the second time in five days in Serie A after failing to find a way past SSC Napoli, but it was a result which nonetheless extended their lead at the top to seven points.

Having drawn 1-1 draw at Parma FC in midweek, the Nerazzurri had their advantage trimmed by in-form AS Roma on Saturday, and they were perhaps fortunate to come away from the Stadio San Paolo with anything at all as the fourth-placed hosts struck the woodwork twice. José Mourinho's team also came close to scoring, with Sulley Muntari directing an effort against the crossbar, but ultimately they failed to register for the first time in the league since 26 September.

Prior to that match, two goals from Alessandro Del Piero helped Juventus claim their first win under new coach Alberto Zaccheroni, defeating Genoa CFC 3-2. It was also a good day for incoming S.S. Lazio trainer Edoardo Reja, whose team climbed out of the bottom three via a 2-0 success at Parma. In their first outing since parting company with Davide Ballardini in midweek, Guglielmo Stendardo and Mauro Zárate hauled the Biancocelesti up to 15th with second-half goals. Bottom-placed AC Siena enjoyed a rare victory as well, triumphing 1-0 at AC Chievo Verona for their first win in eight.

They lie eight points from safety, however, after fourth-bottom Calcio Catania drew 0-0 with Atalanta BC, who lost Gianpaolo Bellini to a 74th-minute red card. In 18th, AS Livorno Calcio succumbed 1-0 at home to Bologna FC, while Cagliari Calcio beat AS Bari 3-1.

Last updated: 15/02/10 1.41CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2009/10

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 04/07/2011 03:15 CET

13/02/2011

JuventusJuventus1-0InternazionaleInternazionale

Matri 30

Venue: Torino

13/02/2011

BresciaBrescia0-2LazioLazio

González 17, Kozák 58

Venue: Brescia

13/02/2011

SampdoriaSampdoria3-1BolognaBologna

Palombo 8, Gastaldello 11, Maccarone 15

Paponi 65

Venue: Genova

13/02/2011

CataniaCatania3-2LecceLecce

Silvestre 45+2, Lodi 79, 85

Jeda 56, Munari 61

Venue: Catania

13/02/2011

BariBari0-0GenoaGenoa

Venue: Bari

13/02/2011

CagliariCagliari4-1ChievoChievo

Conti 19, Canini 29, Nenê 43, 71

Théréau 84

Venue: Cagliari

13/02/2011

CesenaCesena0-3UdineseUdinese

Inler 69, Di Natale 41, 75

Venue: Cesena

13/02/2011

PalermoPalermo2-4FiorentinaFiorentina

Pastore 7, Nocerino 48

Gilardino 36, Camporese 70, Bovo 78 (o.g.), Montolivo 88

Venue: Palermo

12/02/2011

RomaRoma0-2NapoliNapoli

Cavani 49 (p), 83

Venue: Roma

12/02/2011

MilanMilan4-0ParmaParma

Seedorf 8, Cassano 17, Robinho 61, 65

Venue: Milano

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