All the goals from Wednesday night’s action in Serie A can be seen here.
Reggina 1 – AC Milan 2 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) AC Milan took the lead at lowly Reggina when Borriello continued his fine form planting home a free header from a free-kick. Reggina hit back after the break, Bruno Corradi got on the end of the free-kick to equalise. But the Rosseneri refused to lie down, and Alexander Pato rifled home Kaka’s cut-back to regain the lead for Milan.
Juventus 1 – Catania 1 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Juve’s Amauri once again got on the scoresheet against Catania when he leapt between two defenders to head home a cross. But Ranieri’s side conceded a poor goal in the second half, Plasmati got on the end of a cross which should have been cut out by the defense.
Inter Milan 1 – Lecce 0 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Inter had to wait until the final ten minutes of the match to make the breakthrough, Julio Cruz slotting home Zlatan’s knock down for the winner, as INter remain on top in Italy.
Napoli 2 – Palermo 1 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Maggio set Hamsik up beautifully for a simple finish for the opener, Hamsik later set up Zalayeta with a well-placed cross to make it 2-0. Miccoli pulled one back from the spot after Aronica’s handball with seven minutes to go.
Bologna 0 – Udinese 3 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) A Gaetano D’Agostino penalty, after Britos had been dismissed, opened the scoring and then Antonio Floro Flores (22) and Simone Pepe (72) moved Udinese into sixth.
Genoa 3 – Roma 1 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Giuseppe Sculli put the home side in front on four minutes, but Daniele De Rossi (28) then drew Roma level. Diego Milito, though, was to put Genoa back in front on 60 minutes, before De Rossi went from Roma hero to villain as he received his second booking. Milito made sure of the win with two minutes remaining as he added a third.
Chievo 1 – Torino 1 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Michele Marcolini (50) equalised for Chievo after former Rolando Bianchi (40) had opened the scoring.
Lazio 3 – Fiorentina 0 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Lazio are up into second as they scored three goals in eight second half minutes to down Fiorentina. Stefano Mauri opened the scoring in the 50th minute, before Goran Pandev (54) and Sebastiano Siviglia (58) wrapped up the 3-0 win.
Atalanta 1 – Cagliari 0 (Serie A, September 24, 2008) Sergio Floccari scored the only goal of the game in the 79th minute as Cagliari could not respond and remain without a win this season.
Siena 0 – Sampdoria 0 (Serie A, September 24, 2008)