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Deeq14 (Inter Milan) 4 years ago
Welcome to our statistical round up for week 30. It's as we were at the top, but Inter have amassed the lowest points in 29 games for the first time in 11 years.

Fiorentina 3-0 Genoa

Genoa have not beaten Fiorentina away in 33 years and this was their ninth loss of the season. Gian Piero Gasperini’s men have conceded 49 goals, only relegation threatened Siena have let in more with 51. Alberto Gilardino’s penalty was his 14th strike this season. He is now on 22 in all competitions, more than any other Serie A player.

Palermo 1-1 Inter

Inter continue to stumble. They have only won once in their last 7 league games. Interestingly their 60 points in 29 games tally is the lowest since 1999. Palermo are now unbeaten at home in almost 13 months as their record at the Barbera remains in tact. The last time this fixture ended in a 1-1 draw was in 2004.

Roma 4-2 Udinese

Roma were the big winners as they took full advantage of Milan and Inter’s draws. The win ended a baron run which saw them go a month without a win. Mirko Vucinic’s stunning hat-trick was his first of the season. His last three in a game was almost five years ago when he played for Lecce. Antonio Di Natale’s double means he is now on 21 goals in Serie A and is the leading marksman.

Atalanta 3-0 Livorno

Livorno are now rock bottom following their 17th loss of the season. They have not won since January 10th when they beat Parma 2-1. In 10 games against Atalanta, Livorno have only won twice. Atalanta won four, and the rest ended in draws.

Bari 1-1 Parma

Damiano Zenoni scored his first of the season for Parma, but Andrea Masiello’s equaliser means it’s Bari who are ahead in the league by a point. The last time this clash ended in a Serie A draw was in 1995. The Galletti have scored exactly the same amount as they have conceded – 35.

Cagliari 0-2 Lazio

Lazio’s five day ritiro in Norcia seemed to work as they rediscovered their winning ways for the first time in over a month. Cagliari’s poor run continues losing four of their last five games. The other ended in a draw. Tommaso Rocchi’s opener is his third of the campaign. Sergio Floccari grabbed the second for his fifth in 10 games. He is Lazio’s top scorer, an astonishing feat given the fact that he arrived in January.

Chievo 1-1 Catania

Just like last year, the game ended in a 1-1 draw, the same result recorded on February 15th 2009. In six games between these sides, there have been two wins, two draws and two defeats for each. Maxi Lopez is now on four goals in eight games.

Milan 1-1 Napoli

Milan blew the chance to go top of the table. They have not been in first place for 57 weeks. It was November 2nd 2008 the last time the Rossoneri were top of the table, the following week Inter had moved into first. Filippo Inzaghi responded the Hugo Campagnaro’s early strike. The hitman has now scored 153 goals in Serie A since making his debut in the top flight for Parma during the 1995/96 season. Napoli have now gone eight games without a win.

Siena 1-0 Bologna

Based on the last six games, Siena would be second in the league, rather than second from bottom. They have won three and drawn three to amass 12 points during those games. Only Milan have done better within the same time frame.

Sampdoria 1-0 Juventus

Antonio Cassano’s winner gave Luigi Del Neri his first ever win against Juventus after 14 attempts as a coach. In those games he had lost 13 and drew one. Sampdoria hadn’t beaten Juve at Marassi since 1995 when Enrico Chiesa scored a memorable double against Marcello Lippi’s men. Juventus have now conceded in everyone of their last 16 league games. It was back in November when they last kept a clean sheet with a 1-0 win over Udinese



   
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