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Torino 3 – Siena 2 (Serie A, January 13, 2013) Matteo Brighi fired Torino in front, before Reginaldo tied the match with a 32nd minute header. Parity was short-lived as Rolando Bianchi restored Torino’s lead with a 38th minute header. Siena were starring down the barrel at the break as Alessio Cerci raced away on the stroke of halftime to claim a great third, but the visitors hit back 15 minutes from time when Michele Paolucci scored. Alessandro Rosina missed a last minute penalty for Siena.
Cagliari 2 – Genoa 1 (Serie A, January 13, 2013) Eros Pisano had put the Grifoni ahead before strikes from Marco Sau and Daniele Conti ensured Ivo Pulga’s men won all the points.
Udinese 3 – Fiorentina 1 (Serie A, January 13, 2013) A Zeljko Brkic own goal had handed the away side the lead until Antonio Di Natale levelled from the spot just before the break. Di Natale added to his tally in the second half and a goal from Luis Muriel completed the comeback.
- Updated: January 13, 2013