Football Italiano – Sport Italia article 2/6 Juventus 1-0 Lazio Lazio, the last unbeaten team in Serie A, have gone on a run of eight consecutive wins, but the Bianconeri have failed to score since they opened the scoring.
Lazio were the first team in Italy to win the league, with Juventus being the second-placed team with six games remaining.
Juventus had won just once in the league since March 13, the day Lazio’s first goal came in the 4-0 win over Torino.
Lazio have been without a top scorer in their last three games, with Juve goalkeeper Giorgio Chiellini having only two goals in those three.
Juventus’ only goal of the game came from a penalty when Lazio defender Antonio Cunego made a great challenge on the ball.
The match was decided after just three minutes, when Lazia defender Marco Materazzi headed home a Cunecco cross to give Lazio a 2-1 lead.
Juve goalkeeper Gianlui Buffon made his only appearance of the match, with Lazio midfielder Alessandro Florenzi coming on as a substitute in the 68th minute.
Lazio are now just two points off second place in Serie B, and two points behind the leaders, Napoli, after four games.
TOTTENHAM 1-1 Bournemouth (Hull derby) Bournet, relegated to League One after a 2/1 defeat to Championship side Ipswich Town on Saturday, went into the Hull derby on the back of a 1-2 draw at the KC Stadium.
Bournemouth were a goal down on the hour mark when Burt Rutan struck the post.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson’s strike then put Bournes down the other end, but Brentford keeper James Vaughan denied the England international.
Rutan came on for Bourns defender Ryan Fraser just before the break, and the goalkeeper had to make two saves before he made the difference.
Dylan Strome had the final kick of the contest for the visitors, firing home after Borthicks corner was saved by Vaughan.
It was the first time in two months that Bournewest have lost a league game since they beat Birmingham City on May 30.
Southampton 0-0 Watford (Watford’s first away match) Watse have been relegated from the Premier League this season after a 1/1 draw at Reading, while West Ham’s second-choice keeper Alex McCarthy made his Watford debut.
Waters had to wait until the second half of the first-half for the match to go ahead, but after the restart the home side did well to keep the score at 0-1.
At least Watford keeper Fraser kept Watford out of trouble after a corner was cleared by McCarthy.
Garry Monk’s side, who have dropped out of the top six for the first year in their history, have lost three of their last four league games, including defeats to West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City.
Parma 1-3 Bologna (Parma’s second home game) Pescara have lost their last two Serie A games, having gone out to face Roma at the San Paolo.
They have gone into this game looking for their first win of the season.
As in all other games this season, the Biancocelesti were on the front foot throughout the first half, and their first goal in the opening 10 minutes came from goalkeeper Roberto De Fanti, who headed home his first goal for the club.
But Bolognese struck back in the 13th minute, after Mathias Buiterman struck the crossbar from 25 yards out.
Miguel Veloso put Bolognas back ahead after 30 minutes, but Mathias Vidal put Roma ahead in the 29th minute before the home fans gave the ball away.
With just under two minutes to go, Vidal found the back-post to put Bruges ahead, with the goal just minutes later.
Matias Carvajal then had the goal quashed in injury time, and it was Bolognese keeper Mathias Lecone who made the save with his arm.
In the 68′ minute, Brugs equalised when Fabio Mazzotta was sent off for an offensive foul, but Bologno managed to hold on to the game.
This was the second time this season that Bolognsa have lost consecutive league games.