Juve Are Champions: Serie A Round 35

May 4, 2013

Chievo 0 – 0 Cagliari

Fiorentina 0 – 1 Roma
Osvaldo 90+3

May 5, 2013

Eight wins out of eight for the hosts on Sunday! Also it was a good day for strikers, with Cavani and Bergessio making hat-tricks while Lazio’s Miroslav Klose exploded with five goals against Bologna. Di Natale and Borriello each got a brace.

Udinese 3 – 1 Sampdoria
Di Natale 29, 51, Muriel 88 – Eder 34

35-year old Udinese captain Di Natale reached the mark of 20 league goals in a season for the fourth season in a row, what a forward.

Milan 1 – 0 Torino
Balotelli 84

Catania 3 – 0 Siena
Bergessio 14, 52, 71

Genoa 4 – 1 Pescara
Floro Flores 19, Borriello 30, 54, Bertolacci 70 – Sculli 35

There was one single Pescara fan in the away section of the Luigi Ferraris stadium watching his side officially going down to the Serie B after just one season in the top flight. Genoa players presented him with a Genoa jersey as a consolation.

Juventus 1 – 0 Palermo
Vidal 59 pen

Juve have become unreachable in the standings after this win and are crowned champions for the second year in a row. There has been no doubt about this for a long time. The talented French yougster Pogba spolied himself the celebrations by getting sent off for spitting at Aronica late in the second half.

Lazio 6 – 0 Bologna
Klose 22, 36, 39, 50, 61, Hernanes 32

Miroslav Klose who’s going to be 35 in June, netted five times for the hosts to become the first player in Serie A to do so in almost 30 years.

Parma 2 – 0 Atalanta
Parolo 45, Biabiany 58

Napoli 3 – 1 Inter
Cavani 3, 33 pen, 78 – Alvarez 23 pen

Inter were still without most of their regular starters who are injured, so the hosts didn’t have any problems winning this one. Cavani recorded another hat-trick to take his tally for the season to 26 goals in the league, and 101 goals for Napoli overall.

Standings:
Juventus 83
Napoli 72
Milan 65
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Fiorentina 61
Roma 58
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Udinese 57
Lazio 55
Inter 53
Catania 51
Parma 43
Cagliari 43
Bologna 40
Chievo 40
Atalanta 39
Sampdoria 38
Torino 36
Palermo 32
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Genoa 32
Siena 30
Pescara 22

Scorers:
26 (6 pen) Cavani (Napoli)
20 (4) Di Natale (Udinese)
16 (0) El Shaarawy (Milan)
16 (2) Osvaldo (Roma)
15 (0) Klose (Lazio)
15 (0) Lamela (Roma)
15 (3) Pazzini (Milan)
15 (5) Denis (Atalanta)
13 (0) Gilardino (Bologna)
12 (0) Bergessio (Catania)
12 (0) Palacio (Inter)
12 (1) Jovetic (Fiorentina)
12 (1) Sau (Cagliari)
12 (2) Borriello (Genoa)
12 (3) Totti (Roma)
10 (0) Ilicic (Palermo)
10 (1) Amauri (Parma)
10 (1) Hernanes (Lazio)
10 (3) Bianchi (Torino)
10 (5) Vidal (Juventus)

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