Inter win but did the ball cross the line?; Roma go down in Palermo

Inter Milan 2 – Catania 1 (Serie A, September 13, 2008) Gianvito Plasmati headed Catania into the lead three minutes before half-time, only for Ricardo Quaresma to mark his Inter debut with a deflected goal a minute later. Sulley Muntari was then sent off after flinging an arm into the face of Giacomo Tedesco. The winner came when a corner came off the head of Catania’s Cristian Terlizzi and hit the the inside of the far post into goalkeeper Albano Bizzarri’s hands, and despite Catania’s protests, the referee and linesman both ruled the ball had crossed the line and awarded the goal.

Palermo 3 – Roma 1 (Serie A, September 13, 2008) Julio Baptista gave Roma an 8th minute lead, but Miccoli ensured Palermo headed into the break all square equalising after 19 minutes. After the break Miccoli netted his brace, and Cavani sealed the win with the third.

Parma 4 – Ancona 1 (Serie B, September 13, 2008)

Pisa 1 – Modena 0 (Serie B, September 13, 2008)

Treviso 1 – Rimini 0 (Serie B, September 13, 2008)

Bari 1 – Brescia 1 (Serie B, September 13, 2008)

Sassuolo 4 – Grosseto 0 (Serie B, September 13, 2008)


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