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Seedorf strike reduces Inter lead

Published: Sunday 14 March 2010, 17.00CET
A spectacular finish from Clarence Seedorf in added time secured AC Milan a 1-0 victory over AC Chievo Verona which reduces FC Internazionale Milano's leadership of Serie A to a point.
Seedorf strike reduces Inter lead
Clarence Seedorf strikes the decisive goal against Chievo ©Getty Images
Published: Sunday 14 March 2010, 17.00CET

Seedorf strike reduces Inter lead

A spectacular finish from Clarence Seedorf in added time secured AC Milan a 1-0 victory over AC Chievo Verona which reduces FC Internazionale Milano's leadership of Serie A to a point.

AC Milan took full advantage of FC Internazionale Milano's loss on Friday by defeating AC Chievo Verona 1-0 to reduce the Nerazzurri's lead at the top to one point.

Having hit the post through Ronaldinho, Leonardo's team seemed destined to end the evening frustrated until Clarence Seedorf sent San Siro into raptures with an effort which arrowed its way into the top corner. AS Roma, however, will be thinking of what might have been after twice surrendering the lead in a 3-3 draw at third-bottom AS Livorno Calcio, for whom Cristiano Lucarelli scored a hat-trick. The capital club trail Milan by five points.

Juventus were also guilty of letting a lead slip, albeit in more dramatic circumstances. The Bianconeri were three up after ten minutes against strugglers AC Siena thanks, in part, to two goals from Alessandro Del Piero. However, Massimo Maccarone (16) started a fightback which was completed by Abdelkader Ghezzal's second-half double. La Vecchia Signora remain fifth, a point behind US Città di Palermo after the Sicilian club lost 3-2 at Udinese Calcio.

UC Sampdoria, in sixth, were a denied a win which would have taken them level with Palermo by Andrea Raggi's 92nd-minute equaliser for Bologna FC. That 1-1 draw means Genoa CFC are only two points further back following their 5-3 defeat of Cagliari Calcio, a game which featured eight different scorers. Elsewhere, S.S. Lazio remain just outside the relegation zone after a 2-0 home defeat by AS Bari, while second-bottom Atalanta BC lost 1-0 at Parma FC.

Last updated: 15/03/10 10.13CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2009/10

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 03/07/2011 05:00 CET

13/03/2011

ParmaParma1-3NapoliNapoli

Palladino 29

Hamšík 52, Lavezzi 56, Maggio 87

Venue: Parma

13/03/2011

GenoaGenoa1-0PalermoPalermo

Floro Flores 77

Venue: Genova

13/03/2011

CagliariCagliari0-4UdineseUdinese

Benatia 42, Alexis Sánchez 44, Di Natale 48, 54

Venue: Cagliari

13/03/2011

CataniaCatania1-0SampdoriaSampdoria

Llama 75

Venue: Catania

13/03/2011

RomaRoma2-0LazioLazio

Totti 70, 90+3 (p)

Venue: Roma

13/03/2011

LecceLecce0-1BolognaBologna

Ramirez 33

Venue: Lecce

13/03/2011

ChievoChievo0-1FiorentinaFiorentina

Vargas 48

Venue: Verona

13/03/2011

MilanMilan1-1BariBari

Cassano 82

Rudolf 39

Venue: Milano

12/03/2011

CesenaCesena2-2JuventusJuventus

Jiménez 41 (p), Parolo 80

Matri 19, 35

Venue: Cesena

11/03/2011

BresciaBrescia1-1InternazionaleInternazionale

Caracciolo 84

Eto'o 18

Venue: Brescia

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