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Inter surge halted by Atalanta

Published: Sunday 11 November 2012, 23.28CET
FC Internazionale Milano's seven-game winning run in Serie A came to an end in a 3-2 loss at Atalanta BC, on a day when S.S. Lazio edged AS Roma 3-2 to win the capital derby.

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Published: Sunday 11 November 2012, 23.28CET

Inter surge halted by Atalanta

FC Internazionale Milano's seven-game winning run in Serie A came to an end in a 3-2 loss at Atalanta BC, on a day when S.S. Lazio edged AS Roma 3-2 to win the capital derby.

FC Internazionale Milano were unable to keep pace with Juventus at the top of the standings after slipping to a 3-2 loss at Atalanta BC, on a day when S.S. Lazio edged AS Roma 3-2 to keep five points clear of their derby neighbours.

Juventus swept aside Pescara 6-1 on Saturday to put the pressure on Inter, and their rivals travelled to Bergamo looking to move back within a point via an eighth consecutive league win. They found themselves trailing after just nine minutes, however, as Giacomo Bonaventura put the hosts in front.

Fredy Guarín equalised on 56 minutes, but Germán Denis struck twice shortly afterwards, his second a penalty, to put Atalanta back in front. Rodrigo Palacio reduced the lead and the home side lost Facundo Parra to a late red card, but Inter were unable to salvage a point.

In the Rome derby, Erik Lamela headed Zdeněk Zeman's men ahead after nine minutes, before goals from Antonio Candreva and Miroslav Klose – plus a Daniele De Rossi red card – swung things in Lazio's favour ahead of the interval.

Stefano Mauri's right-footed effort on 46 minutes then stretched the lead, and the fifth-placed Biancocelesti held on for a first league win in four games after Mauri was dismissed late on and Miralem Pjanić's free-kick reduced the deficit.

Elsewhere, Marek Hamšík and Lorenzo Insigne scored in the closing moments for SSC Napoli as they earned a 4-2 win at Genoa CFC to stay third. They lie two points ahead of ACF Fiorentina, who secured a 3-1 success at AC Milan.

A Paulo Dybala double meant US Città di Palermo condemned UC Sampdoria to a seventh straight league loss, while Gabriele Angella's second of the game came in added time to earn ten-man Udinese Calcio a 2-2 draw at AC Chievo Verona. Lastly, Torino FC overcame Bologna FC 1-0, and the match between Parma FC and AC Siena ended goalless.

Last updated: 04/12/13 19.04CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2012/13

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 23/04/2013 09:52 CET

11/11/2012

AtalantaAtalanta3-2InternazionaleInternazionale

Bonaventura 9, Denis 60, 67 (P)

Guarín 56, Palacio 84

Venue: Bergamo

11/11/2012

ChievoChievo2-2UdineseUdinese

Andreolli 38, Paloschi 89 (P)

Angella 42, 90+1

Venue: Verona

11/11/2012

ParmaParma0-0SienaSiena

Venue: Parma

11/11/2012

LazioLazio3-2RomaRoma

Candreva 35, Klose 43, Mauri 46

Lamela 9, Pjanić 86

Venue: Roma

11/11/2012

TorinoTorino1-0BolognaBologna

D'Ambrosio 65

Venue: Torino

11/11/2012

MilanMilan1-3FiorentinaFiorentina

Pazzini 59

Aquilani 10, Borja Valero 38, El Hamdaoui 87

Venue: Milano

11/11/2012

GenoaGenoa2-4NapoliNapoli

Immobile 23, Bertolacci 55

Mesto 54, Cavani 79, Hamšík 90, Insigne 90+4

Venue: Genova

11/11/2012

PalermoPalermo2-0SampdoriaSampdoria

Dybala 52, 71

Venue: Palermo

10/11/2012

PescaraPescara1-6JuventusJuventus

Cascione 25

Vidal 9, Quagliarella 22, 45, 53, Asamoah 30, Giovinco 37

Venue: Pescara

10/11/2012

CagliariCagliari0-0CataniaCatania

Venue: Quartu Sant'Elena

Standings

*Atalanta BC have had 2 points deducted
*Torino FC have had 1 points deducted
*UC Sampdoria have had 1 points deducted
*AC Siena have had 6 points deducted
Last updated: 23/04/2013 09:52 CET

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