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Udinese score seven as Inter go second

Published: Sunday 27 February 2011, 22.35CET
Alexis Sánchez scored four in Udinese Calcio's 7-0 rout of nine-man US Città di Palermo, on a day when FC Internazionale Milano beat UC Sampdoria 1-0 to go second.
Udinese score seven as Inter go second
Alexis Sánchez (left) scored four against Palermo ©Getty Images
Published: Sunday 27 February 2011, 22.35CET

Udinese score seven as Inter go second

Alexis Sánchez scored four in Udinese Calcio's 7-0 rout of nine-man US Città di Palermo, on a day when FC Internazionale Milano beat UC Sampdoria 1-0 to go second.

FC Internazionale Milano climbed up to second in Serie A after defeating UC Sampdoria 2-0, while Udinese Calcio overcame nine-man US Città di Palermo 7-0.

Inter now lie just two points behind leaders AC Milan, who face third-placed SSC Napoli on Monday. The Nerazzurri, beaten 1-0 by FC Bayern München in their UEFA Champions League round of 16 opener on Wednesday, built their triumph against Sampdoria on goals from Wesley Sneijder (73) and Samuel Eto'o (90+4).

As for Udinese, they broke the deadlock at Palermo after just ten minutes, Antonio Di Natale heading in before Alexis Sánchez added two more inside the opening half-hour. Palermo were rocked again when Armin Bačinovič was dismissed five minutes ahead of the interval, and Di Natale promptly scored his second moments later, with Sánchez completing his hat-trick before the half was out. Both players then registered again after the restart, while Matteo Darmian was sent off for felling Pablo Armero.

The win moved Udinese up to fifth, a point behind S.S. Lazio, who lost 1-0 at Cagliari Calcio through an André Dias own goal on 40 minutes. AS Roma are five points behind their city rivals in sixth, having been held 2-2 at home against ten-man Parma FC, for whom Amauri scored twice.

At the bottom, AS Bari continue to prop up the standings despite drawing 1-1 against ACF Fiorentina. The Biancorossi are eight points adrift of Brescia Calcio, who drew 2-2 with US Lecce. Elsewhere, Calcio Catania ended with ten men but triumphed 2-1 against Genoa CFC, who had two players dismissed. AC Cesena lie three points from safety after they saw off AC Chievo Verona 1-0.

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27/02/2011

SampdoriaSampdoria0-2InternazionaleInternazionale

Sneijder 73, Eto'o 90+4

Venue: Genova

27/02/2011

BresciaBrescia2-2LecceLecce

Caracciolo 16, Zoboli 19

Corvia 31, Munari 70

Venue: Brescia

27/02/2011

CagliariCagliari1-0LazioLazio

André Dias 40 (o.g.)

Venue: Cagliari

27/02/2011

PalermoPalermo0-7UdineseUdinese

Alexis Sánchez 19, 28, 42, 48, Di Natale 10, 41, 60 (p)

Venue: Palermo

27/02/2011

BariBari1-1FiorentinaFiorentina

Ghezzal 87

Gilardino 21

Venue: Bari

27/02/2011

CesenaCesena1-0ChievoChievo

Jiménez 90 (p)

Venue: Cesena

27/02/2011

RomaRoma2-2ParmaParma

Totti 19 (p), Juan 36

Amauri 74, 79

Venue: Roma

27/02/2011

CataniaCatania2-1GenoaGenoa

Maxi López 51, Bergessio 56

Floro Flores 19

Venue: Catania

26/02/2011

JuventusJuventus0-2BolognaBologna

Di Vaio 49, 66

Venue: Torino

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