Serie A RESULTS Week 35, Italian Serie A ROUNDUP 2013 – 2014 for Round 35 on Friday 25, Saturday 26, Sunday 27, and Monday 28 April 2014, matchday 35

By Anna Italia
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Hello my friends.  Here is the Serie A ROUNDUP for the Serie A Week 35, 2013 – 2014 Season on Friday 25, Saturday 26, Sunday 27, and Monday 28 April 2014, matchday 35.   Countdown my friends! 3 more games after this Round and the 2013 – 2014 Serie A will end on Sunday May 18!

Sassuolo 1 – 2 Juventus:  Surprise at the Mapei Stadium with Sassuolo taking the lead in the 9th minute with forward Simone Zaza!  Juventus equalizing in the 34th minute with forward Carlos Tevez scoring his 19th goal this season.  Juventus returning in the second half to win the game in the 57th minute with the goal by midfielder Claudio Marchisio.  It’s raining goals at the Mapei with Juventus increasing the score in the 76th minute with forward Fernando Llorente. Simply put, guys, Juventus the sole leader in Serie A… Scudetto on its way….

AS Roma 2 – 0 AC Milan:  A disaster for AC Milan failing big time to win this away game for their quest towards a spot in Europa League.  Total dominion by the Roman gladiators defeating Milan thanks to the goals by midfielder Miralem Pjanic in the 43rd minute and forward Gervinho in the 65th minute.  Roma winning their 9th consecutive game while Milan stopped the train at 5 consecutive win, now will have to restart……   The battle between the Old and the Young…. meaning Francesco Totti vs Mario Balotelli won by Totti providing the assist for Pjanic.  Balotelli not influential in the match, even replaced in the 69th minute by forward Giampaolo Pazzini.

Bologna 0 – 3 Fiorentina.  A slap in the face for Bologna on their quest for salvation.  Fiorentina leading in the 23rd minute with the goal by Juan Cuadrado.  Far from reacting, Bologna conceding another goal in the 34th minute by midfielder Josip Ilicic.  The man of the match, Cuadrado scoring the final blow against Bologna in the 87th minute. Chaos now for Ballardini. Fiorentina keeping the 4th position with a +5 points ahead of Inter in the 6th position both in Europa League zone.

Inter 0 – 0 Napoli: No harm.  A goalless draw not helping Inter.  The confrontation among two ex coaches Walter Mazzarri and Rafael Benitez.  Inter failing to win the home game and risk losing the 5th position.  Rafael Benitez coached Inter from On 10 June 2010 replacing Jose Mourinho. Benitez was sacked on 23 December 2010, despite winning the FIFA Club World Cup.  Walter Mazzarri coached Napoli from October 6, 2009 to May 19, 2013 leaving Napoli in the 2nd position qualified for Champions League.  Mazzarri now coaching Inter since May 24, 2013 replacing coach Andrea Stramaccioni.  Next week is the Milan Derby, a game not only for the bragging rights to rule the City of Milan against AC Milan.  Hellas Verona following Inter closely in the 6th position…

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Hellas Verona 4 – 0 Catania:  A demolition, Verona humiliate Catania sinking them deeper and deeper towards relegation.  Hellas Verona forward Luca Toni scoring 2 goals against Catania.  Verona reassuring their stay in Serie A next season.  Catania conceding 4 goals and by now is a goodbye.  Verona reaching 52 points dueling now for the 6th position to be in Europa League Zone while sending Parma down to the 9th position. Verona, Lazio and Torino having 52 points each.

Cagliari 1 – 0 Parma: Surprisingly, Cagliari giving a slap to Parma!  Cagliari opening the score in the 35th minute.  Forward Mauricio Pinilla converts a penalty with a right footed shot defeating Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante in the bottom right corner. The penalty is conceded by Parma defender Alessandro Lucarelli after a foul on Cagliari midfielder Daniele Dessena.  It’s the 7th goal this season for Pinilla.  It means, Parma go down to the 7th position and Verona to the 6th.

Sampdoria 2 – 1 Chievo Verona:  Sampdoria playing with 10 players making a comeback to win the game.  Referee Daniele Orsato giving a red card to defender Shkodran Mustafi in the 64th minute conceding a penalty after a foul on Chievo forward Victor Obinna.  Chievo opening the score in the 66th minute with forward Cyril Thereau converting the penalty with a right footed shot defeating Sampdoria goalkeeper Vincenzo Fiorillo in the bottom left corner.  Sampdoria scoring the winner goal in the 93rd minute by midfielder Roberto Soriano.

Here is the situation.  Juventus in the 1st position with __  points and a positive goal difference of +__.  AS Roma in the 2nd position with 85 points and a positive goal difference of +52.  Napoli in the 3rd position with 69 points and a positive goal difference of +28.

The Europa League zone. Fiorentina in the 4th position with 61 points and a positive goal difference of +21.  Inter in the 5th position with 57 points and a positive goal difference of  +22.  Torino  in the 6th position with 52 points and a positive goal difference of +9.

Relegation Zone:    Bologna in the 18th position with 28 points and a negative goal difference of 28.  Livorno in the 19th position with 25 points and a negative goal difference of -33.  Catania in the 20th position with 23 points and a negative goal difference of -37

Up to Round 35, Week 35  most  scored goals in favor: ____________________

Up to Round 35, Week 35 most scored against: Livorno conceding 69 goals

Up to Round 35, Week 35 best defense: AS Roma conceding only 19 goals

Top scorer  up to Round 35: Torino forward Ciro Immobile with 21 goals

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Friday 25 April 2014

AS Roma 2 – 0 AC Milan

63% Ball Possession AS ROMA and 37% Ball Possession AC MILAN

Bologna 0 – 3 Fiorentina

37% Ball Possession BOLOGNA and 63% Ball Possession FIORENTINA

Inter 0 – 0 Napoli

44% Ball Possession INTER and 56% Ball Possession NAPOLI

Hellas Verona 4 – 0 Catania

47% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA and 53% Ball Possession CATANIA

Cagliari 1 – 0 Parma

48% Ball Possession CAGLIARI and 52% Ball Possession PARMA

Livorno 0 – 2 Lazio

49% Ball Possession LIVORNO and 51% Ball Possession LAZIO

Atalanta 1 – 1 Genoa

66% Ball Possession ATALANTA  and 34% Ball Possession GENOA

Sampdoria 2 – 1 Chievo Verona

59% Ball Possession SAMPDORIA and 41% Ball Possession CHIEVO VERONA

Torino 2 – 0 Udinese

43% Ball Possession TORINO and 57% Ball Possession UDINESE

Sassuolo 1 – 2 Juventus

% Ball Possession SASSUOLO  and % Ball Possession JUVENTUS

        Inter 0 – 0 Napoli     Giuseppe Meazza StadiumReferee: RIZZOLI
Fourth Official: GHIANDAI
    Livorno 0 – 2 Lazio 
15′ Stefano Mauri
51′ Antonio Candreva (pen)Armando Picchi Stadium

Referee: DE MARCO
Fourth Official: CRISPO

      AS Roma 2 – 0 AC Milan43′ Miralem Pjanic       
65′ GervinhoOlimpico di Roma Stadium

Assistants: MELI – MARZALONI
Fourth Official: DI LIBERATORE
     Bologna 0 – 3 Fiorentina
23′ Juan Cuadrado
34′ Josip Ilicic
87′ Juan CuadradoRenato Dall’Ara Stadium

Referee: MASSA
Assistants: PASSERI – PRETI
Fourth Official: PAGANESSI



         Cagliari 1 – 0 Parma
35′ Mauricio Pinilla (pen)
Sant’Elia Stadium 

Fourth Official: DE LUCA
   Sampdoria 2 – 1 Chievo Verona
81′ Citadin Eder        66′ Cyril Thereau (pen)
93′ Roberto SorianoLuigi Ferraris Stadium

Referee: ORSATO
Fourth Official: BIANCHI
       Sassuolo 1 – 3 Juventus
  9′ Simone Zaza               34′ Carlos Tevez
57′ Claudio Marchisio
76′ Fernando Llorente
Mapei StadiumReferee: DAMATO
Assistants: POSADO – VUOTO
Fourth Official: PADOVAN
  Atalanta 1 – 1 Genoa
82′ Giuseppe De Luca     27′ Paolo De Ceglie
  Atleti Azzurri D’Italia StadiumReferee: PERUZZO
Assistants: DE TROIA – LA ROCCA
Fourth Official: CARIOLATO
           Torino 2 – 0 Udinese
15′ Omar El Kaddouri
56′ Ciro Immobile
Olimpico di Torino Stadium

Referee: VALERI
Fourth Official: LONGO
    Hellas Verona 4 – 0 Catania
6′ Luca Toni
28′ Luca Toni
45′ Marquinho
75′ Juan Gomez Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium Referee: RUSSO
Assistants: IORI – MUSOLINO
Fourth Official: DOBOSZ



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