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Must be said that they are only one to blame for not getting all three points, since players of Parma started well in front of own fans, took the double lead in the first halftime (goals from Di Cesare and Lucarelli), but couldn't keep up the lead with their performance in the second halftime, firstly getting reduced in 56th minute via goal from Sprocati, but then getting into huge troubles as the side stood playing with two man less within few minutes (defenders Di Cesare and Iacopini were excluded), while the guests leveled up from a penalty kick in 81st minute via Vitale, being even close to take all three pointer later on.
Central defender Valerio Di Cesare (7/2) and right back Simone Iacopini (7/0) should both be suspended for this one.
Meanwhile, former giants Lazio remain on course for a first Champions League appearance since 2007 following a 4-1 victory over Cagliari.
In-form Ciro Immobile bagged a brace, while Felipe Anderson also found the back of the net. Serie A debutants Crotone earned only their second point of the season at Fiorentina, in a match that looked certain to be called off following a lengthy rain delay.
Parma, on the other side, will surely have ambition to get back to the Serie A one day, but for now they must be satisfied as a newly promoted side with much less of results.
After three consecutive defeats earlier in September, the side bounced back with a victory over Venezia and a point against Salernitana in the last round.
Palermo looks decent so far, but playing way better and more offensive in front of own fans, also getting victories as well (all three earned at home for now, having 3-1-0 record).
Goals from Dries Mertens and former Tottenham defender, Vlad Chiriches secured a 2-0 victory.Tue 25/10 Genoa 3 Milan 0 Wed 26/10 Chievo 1 Bologna 1 Fiorentina 1 Crotone 1 Inter Milan 2 Torino 1 Juventus 4 Sampdoria 1 Lazio 4 Cagliari 1 Napoli 2 Empoli 0 Pescara 0 Atalanta 1 Sassuolo 1 Roma 3 Thu 27/10 Palermo vs Udinese -minute leveller prevented them going home with all three points.After a flying start to the campaign, Chievo’s 1-1 draw with Bologna makes it three games without a win.Paolo Cannavaro — Fabio’s brother — put the hosts ahead before Edin Dzeko netted his seventh and eight goals of the season to extend his lead at the top of the scoring charts.The Giallorossi remain just two points behind Juventus, but it wasn’t all good news at the Mapei Stadium, as Alessandro Florenzi left the pitch in tears after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament.