Serie A goals: Roma shock Lazio to win the derby; AC Milan stay top thanks to Kaka’s soft penalty; Reggina shock Udinese

The goals from Sunday’s action in Serie A can be seen here.

Roma 1 – Lazio 0 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Julio Baptista sent the Roma half of the Olympic Stadium wild when he headed home Totti’s cross in the 50th minute of the Rome derby. The game ended with each side a man down, Ledesma saw red for Lazio and Perrotta was dismissed three minutes from time.

AC Milan 1 – Chievo 0 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) After winning a penalty, Kaka stood up to fire in the spot kick for the Rossoneri.

Atalanta 3 – Napoli 1 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Adriano Ferreira Pinto scored a superb goal after a twisting slalom run to give Atalanta the advantage. The visitors’ job became that much harder after Zalayeta was sent off, but Marik Hamsik found a leveller for Napoli from the spot. But the hosts stole the points at the death, first Thomas Manfredini struck a 25-yard beauty in the 89th minute before Sergio Floccari added a third in injury time.

Udinese 0 – Reggina 1 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Franco Brienza kept up his recent goal-scoring run against high-flying Udinese, scoring a cute volley after a high ball fell to him in the box.

Cagliari 1 – Fiorentina 0 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) After a soft call, Robert Acquafresca scored a penalty on the half hour mark which downed the Viola.

Sampdoria 3 – Lecce 2 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Gennaro Delvecchio opened the scoring for the home side at Stadio Luigi Ferraris before Antonio Cassano doubled the advantage on 14 minutes with a peach of a strike. Simone Tiribocchi struck back for Lecce in the second period but Marius Stankevicius put the game beyond doubt before Tiribocchi scored a late consolation.

Siena 1 – Bologna 1 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Marco Di Vaio cancelled out Abdelkader Ghezzal’s opener.

Catania 3 – Torino 2 (Serie A, November 16, 2008) Riccardo Colombo broke the deadlock after just six minutes but Giuseppe Mascara restored parity a minute later before handing his team the lead prior to the break with a brilliant free-kick. Nicola Amoruso made it 2-2 from the penalty spot, however Mascara was on hand to secure the points for Catania with 11 minutes remaining.


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