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Torino topple Juventus to take Turin derby

Published: Sunday 26 April 2015, 17.36CET
Torino FC defeated Juventus 2-1 to taste their first Turin derby success in 20 years, but the Bianconeri lie 14 points clear atop Serie A as SS Lazio drew with AC Chievo Verona.

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Published: Sunday 26 April 2015, 17.36CET

Torino topple Juventus to take Turin derby

Torino FC defeated Juventus 2-1 to taste their first Turin derby success in 20 years, but the Bianconeri lie 14 points clear atop Serie A as SS Lazio drew with AC Chievo Verona.

Torino FC defeat Juventus 2-1 to taste Turin derby success for the first time in 20 years.
• Former Juve forward Fabio Quagliarella gets the winner for the Granata.
• Andrea Pirlo's opening goal is cancelled out by Azzurri full-back Matteo Darmian.

• Serie A leaders Juve have a 14-point cushion after SS Lazio draw 1-1 with AC Chievo Verona.
• Alberto Paloschi wipes out an 11th goal of the season for Lazio frontman Miroslav Klose.
SSC Napoli close within two points of third-placed AS Roma with 4-2 defeat of UC Sampdoria.
• Gonzalo Higuaín scores twice in the comeback win, moving on to 15 Serie A efforts this term.
Genoa CFC move within three points of the European places by beating AC Cesena 3-1.
• UEFA Europa League semi-finalists ACF Fiorentina lose 3-1 at home to Cagliari Calcio.
• Duje Čop hits a double as Cagliari move within seven points of safety.
• A Luca Toni double helps Hellas Verona FC edge a five-goal thriller with US Sassuolo Calcio.
• A 93rd-minute Germán Denis strike rescues Atalanta BC a 2-2 draw at Empoli FC.
• Bottom club Parma FC stay alive by edging US Città di Palermo 1-0.

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Liga: Madrid see off Celta

Last updated: 27/04/15 2.18CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 26/04/2015 22:41 CET

26/04/2015

NapoliNapoli4-2SampdoriaSampdoria

Gabbiadini 31, Higuaín 34, 81 (P), Insigne 47

Albiol 12 (og), Muriel 89

Venue: Napoli

26/04/2015

FiorentinaFiorentina1-3CagliariCagliari

Gilardino 74

Čop 7, 59, Farias 90+2

Venue: Firenze

26/04/2015

GenoaGenoa3-1CesenaCesena

Bertolacci 38, Perotti 45+3 (P), Pavoletti 53

Carbonero 69

Venue: Genova

26/04/2015

LazioLazio1-1ChievoChievo

Klose 45+1

Paloschi 75

Venue: Roma

26/04/2015

ParmaParma1-0PalermoPalermo

Nocerino 22 (P)

Venue: Parma

26/04/2015

TorinoTorino2-1JuventusJuventus

Darmian 45, Quagliarella 57

Pirlo 35

Venue: Torino

26/04/2015

VeronaVerona3-2SassuoloSassuolo

Juanito 30, Toni 63, 71

Moras 35 (og), Floro Flores 89

Venue: Verona

26/04/2015

AtalantaAtalanta2-2EmpoliEmpoli

Gómez 43, Denis 90+3

Saponara 41, Maccarone 60

Venue: Bergamo

25/04/2015

InternazionaleInternazionale2-1RomaRoma

Hernanes 15, Icardi 88

Nainggolan 63

Venue: Milano

25/04/2015

UdineseUdinese2-1MilanMilan

Pinzi 58, Badu 74

Pazzini 88

Venue: Udine

Standings

* Parma FC have had 7 point(s) deducted
Last updated: 26/04/2015 22:41 CET

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