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Juventus pick off Parma, Palermo stun Inter

Published: Sunday 11 September 2011, 19.07CET
Juventus graced their new ground with a 4-1 defeat of Parma FC but the season began badly for FC Internazionale Milano – who also conceded four at US Città di Palermo – and AS Roma.

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Published: Sunday 11 September 2011, 19.07CET

Juventus pick off Parma, Palermo stun Inter

Juventus graced their new ground with a 4-1 defeat of Parma FC but the season began badly for FC Internazionale Milano – who also conceded four at US Città di Palermo – and AS Roma.

Juventus got their Serie A campaign off to the perfect start as they put four goals past Parma FC in their first competitive match at the newly opened Juventus Arena.

Summer signing Stephan Lichtsteiner struck first (16), before Simone Pepe (58), Arturo Vidal (73) and Claudio Marchisio (83) got Antonio Conte's regime up and running. Sebastian Giovinco grabbed a consolation in added time – his fourth goal against the Turin club he left in 2010.

FC Internazionale were dealt an early blow as they lost a seven-goal thriller in the late match at US Città di Palermo. Two goals by Diego Milito (33, 51) and a late Diego Forlán strike could not prevent the Rosanero from taking all three points thanks to goals by Fabrizio Miccoli (48, 86), Abel Hernández (54) and Mauricio Pinilla (88)

Neither was it an auspicious start for Luis Enrique, whose tenure at AS Roma had already begun with elimination from the UEFA Europa League by ŠK Slovan Bratislava; the 2-1 home reverse against Cagliari Calcio will not have helped his cause. Former Roma midfielder Daniele Conti (68) and Mostapha El Kabir (90+3) scored for the visitors, before Daniele De Rossi's added-time effort for Roma – who had José Ángel sent off with 21 minutes remaining.

Elsewhere there were 2-0 wins for Udinese Calcio – for whom Dušan Basta (2) and Antonio Di Natale scored (16) against US Lecce – and ACF Fiorentina, against Bologna FC, while Genoa CFC and AC Chievo Verona were each held to respective 2-2 home draws by promoted sides Atalanta BC and Novara Calcio.

Last updated: 06/12/13 9.43CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2011/12

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 20/10/2011 16:02 CET

11/09/2011

PalermoPalermo4-3InternazionaleInternazionale

Miccoli 48, 86, Hernández 54, Pinilla 88

Milito 33, 51 (p), Forlán 90+1

Venue: Palermo

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RomaRoma1-2CagliariCagliari

De Rossi 90+7

Conti 68, El Kabir 90+4

Venue: Roma

11/09/2011

ChievoChievo2-2NovaraNovara

Pellissier 5, Théréau 24

Marianini 27, Paci 85

Venue: Verona

11/09/2011

LecceLecce0-2UdineseUdinese

Basta 2, Di Natale 16

Venue: Lecce

11/09/2011

CataniaCatania0-0SienaSiena

Venue: Catania

11/09/2011

GenoaGenoa2-2AtalantaAtalanta

Miguel Veloso 6, Mesto 54

Moralez 8, 43

Venue: Genova

11/09/2011

FiorentinaFiorentina2-0BolognaBologna

Gilardino 20, Cerci 47

Venue: Firenze

11/09/2011

JuventusJuventus4-1ParmaParma

Lichtsteiner 16, Pepe 58, Vidal 73, Marchisio 83

Giovinco 90+2 (p)

Venue: Torino

10/09/2011

CesenaCesena1-3NapoliNapoli

Guana 24

Lavezzi 3, Campagnaro 67, Hamšík 87

Venue: Cesena

09/09/2011

MilanMilan2-2LazioLazio

Ibrahimović 29, Cassano 33

Klose 12, Cissé 21

Venue: Milano

Standings

*Atalanta BC have had 6 points deducted
Last updated: 20/10/2011 16:02 CET

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