Week 26 Serie A Results 2014-2015 | Roundup 26, Italy Serie A, Saturday 7, Sunday 8, and Monday 9 March 2015, Matchday 26

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Hello my friends. Here are the Serie A RESULTS for Week 26 on Saturday 7, Sunday 8, and Monday 9 March 2015.   We have 2 upset this week.  First one is AS Roma failing to defeat Chievo Verona at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium ending with a 0-0 draw.  Why is this an upset?  Well, it is an upset because Roma were supposed to win to keep up the race for the Scudetto alive with Juventus.     Roma having 50 points and Juventus reaching 61 points after defeating Sassuolo thanks to the goal by midfielder Paul Pogba for the 1-0.  Come on guys, by now,,, it seems the Scudetto belongs to Juventus unless a total miracle happen….

Three games on Sunday ended with a 0-0 result: Cesena 0 – 0 Palermo, Parma 0 – 0 Atalanta, and Chievo Verona 0 – 0 AS Roma.

The other upset is the hilarious draw in San Siro.  Yep, AC Milan 2 – 2 Hellas Verona.  Milan were winning 2-1 up to the 94th minute when BAM, voila’ … Verona equalizing to grab a point and shattering Milan’s dream to reach towards the European Zone.  A total disappointment with this poor Milan clearly forgot how to win games consistently.

A highlight this week is the first goal of forward Samuel Eto’o as a Sampdoria player in the 72nd minute.  Game ending Sampdorida 2 – 0 Cagliari.

Parma 0 – 0 Atalanta.   Finally, Parma playing a game after 2 postponed games.  Sadly, the match for Parma ended with a goalless draw and still remain in the 20th position.

Big clash Napoli vs Inter ending with a clamorous 2-2.   An electrifying game seeing the “Argentinians from both teams” battling until the end.  However, it is Inter to have the better performance seeing both Argentinian forwards  Rodrigo Palacio and Mauro Icardi scoring to equalize the score.   For Napoli, it is Argentinian forward to score for the 2nd goal …. not enough…

Big upset!   Napoli losing the 3rd position because Lazio defeated Fiorentina with a 4-0.  Lazio now reaching 46 points just like Napoli, but for goal difference Lazio having +20 and Napoli +13, then, it is Lazio to grab the 3rd position .

The top scorer up to Round 25: Juventus forward Carlos Tevez and Inter forward Mauro Icardi  with 15 goals each.

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Top Serie A teams standing AFTER Serie A Week 26 games. First 3 qualifying for Champions League, 4 and 5 for Europa League.

Champions League TicketsJuventus, 61 position with points and a positive goal difference of +39

AS Roma, 2nd position with 50 points and a positive goal difference of +19

Lazio, 3rd positions with 46 points points and a positive goal difference of +20

UEFA Europa LeagueNapoli, 4th position with 46 points and a positive goal difference of +13

Fiorentina, 5th position with 42 points and a positive goal difference of +9

Relegation Zone: Cagliari, 18th position with 20 points and a negative goal difference of -17
– Cesena, 19th position with 20  points and a negative goal difference of -23

Parma, 20th position with 11 points and a negative goal difference of -27




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Saturday 7 March 2015

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AC Milan 2 – 2 Hellas Verona, Goals:  18′Luca Toni (pen) (V), 41′ Jeremy Menez (pen) (M), 47′ Philippe Mexes (M), 94′ Nico Lopez

Sampdoria 2 – 0 Cagliari, Goals:  33′ Lorenzo De Silvestri (S), 72′ Samuel Eto’o (S)


Sunday 8 March 2015

Cesena 0 – 0 Palermo, Goals:   No goals

Chievo Verona 0 – 0 AS Roma, Goals: No goals

Parma 0 – 0 Atalanta, Goals: No goals

Empoli 1- 1 Genoa, Goals: 66′ Federico Barba (E), 27′ M’baye Niang (G)

Udinese 3 – 2 Torino, Goals: 15′ Fabio Quagliarella (T), 17′ Antonio Di Natale (U), 25′ Christian Molinaro (own goal), 49′ Molla Wague (U), 69′ Marco Benassi (T)

 Napoli 2 – 2 Inter, Goals:  51′ Marek Hamsik (N), 63′ Gonzalo Higuain (N), 72′ Rodrigo Palacio (I), 87′ Mauro Icardi (pen) (I)



Monday 9 March 2015

Lazio 4 – 0 Fiorentina, Goals: 6′ Lucas Biglia (L), 65′ Antonio Candreva (L), 75′ Miroslav Klose (L), 85′ Miroslav Klose (L)

Juventus 1 – 0 Sassuolo, Goals: 82′ Paul Pogba (J)