Italy

Monday, January 25, 2016

Sunday, January 24, 2016

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Paulo Dybala struck his 12th goal of the season in Serie A, as Juventus recorded its 11th consecutive win to see off Roma 1-0 at the Juventus Stadium.

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After seeing his side waste several chances against Carpi, the coach wants to bolster his forward line in the January transfer window.

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10-man Carpi rescues a late point through Lasagna as the substitute comes off the bench to fire home an equalizer in the 92nd minute despite complete dominance from Inter.

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Vine turns three-years-old on Sunday, so Goal has taken a look at the best soccer-related viral videos from the past year by way of celebration!

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The Bianconeri were 12th in the Serie A standings after 10 rounds of action but now sit second, just two points behind Napoli after a run of 10 successive wins.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

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The Rossoneri squander a pair of leads as they are forced to settle for a draw at the Stadio Carlo Castellani

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Gianluigi Buffon says Juventus must raise its game if the club is to beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

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Massimiliano Allegri has rejected talk he could leave Juventus at the end of the season to take the managerial role at Chelsea.

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Roma will claim a second Serie A win over champion Juventus this season despite its dismal recent form, according to winger Mohamed Salah.

Friday, January 22, 2016

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His spat with Maurizio Sarri now over, Roberto Mancini will reach a milestone when Inter take on Carpi this weekend.

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The Barcelona winger was due to stay in Portugal until the summer but has cut short his stay to move to Serie A, where he will aim to help revive his new club's Scudetto bid.

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Apologies from Maurizio Sarri and Napoli over the Coppa Italia row with Roberto Mancini have been accepted by Inter.

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The striker has agreed to return to La Liga on a temporary deal in search of regular football after recovering from a knee injury.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

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Gazzette dello Sport accused Roberto Mancini of homophobic comments against a journalist, prompting the Italian coach to reply.