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Italy Serie AJuventus 3-0 Lazio: Bianconeri extend winning streak to six. Milan edge past...

Juventus 3-0 Lazio: Bianconeri extend winning streak to six. Milan edge past Viola.

Juventus 3-0 Lazio: Juventus maintains their strong Serie A form. On Sunday evening, Massimiliano Allegri’s team defeated Lazio 3-0, knocking the Romans out of third place in Serie A. Juventus has won its previous six games without allowing a goal, and it is only two points behind second-placed AC Milan.

Lazio had bounced back from their Europa League loss to Feyenoord with victories over AS Roma (0-1) and Monza (1-0), but they had to concede to Juventus. Great scoring chances were limited, but Juventus punished Lazio twice for losing possession. Just before halftime, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic got stuck, and Adrien Rabiot won the ball and blasted a high pass over the defence. Moise Kean then smacked the ball over goalkeeper Ivan Provedel wonderfully.

Lazio’s fortunes turned again in the opening stages of the second half. Danilo Cataldi lost the ball to Arek Milik this time, and Juventus promptly pushed the game to the left flank. Provedel saved a shot from Filip Kostic, but the rebound was a feast for Kean. Milik made it 3-0 from close range just before the end. He was completely free in front of goal, was served by substitute Federico Chiesa, and finished.

AC Milan 2-1 Fiorentina

In the other fixture in the Italian top flight, AC Milan overcame Fiorentina by a narrow margin. The hosts scored yet another late winner at the San Siro. Milan almost dodged defeat earlier in the evening against Fiorentina. The incumbent champion took the lead early on thanks to Rafael Leao, who appeared in front of goalie Pietro Terracciano following some good work by Olivier Giroud and picked out the right corner. Fiorentina’s Riccardo Saponara hit the post before Antonin Barak neutralised with a strike from the turn. In stoppage time, a pass from Belgian replacement Aster Vranckx. Found its way into the goal off Nikola Milenkovic’s knee, allowing Milan to capitalise.

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