ROME - Brief reports from Serie A matches played on Sunday:
AC MILAN 1 CAGLIARI 0
Clarence Seedorf sidefooted home the winner after Cagliari defender Diego Lopez collided with keeper Federico Marchetti while trying to head back the ball, although TV replays suggested Lopez may have be given a shove by Filippo Inzaghi.
Cagliari, who had won five of their previous six games, gave a spirited display and hit the post with a powerful shot by Andrea Cossu shortly after the break.
CATANIA 2 REGGINA 0
Ciro Capuano's left-footed piledriver set the home side on their way to a first league win since December.
Alessandro Potenza took advantage of a blunder by defender Maurizio Lanzaro, who completely missed the ball when trying to head away, to secure the points as bottom side Reggina rarely threatened.
FIORENTINA 2 CHIEVO VERONA 1
Adrian Mutu coolly drove home the winner deep into stoppage time, although skirmishes broke out as the visitors were angry the Romanian had scored with one of their players down hurt.
Mutu's strike partner Alberto Gilardino headed in the equaliser in the 73rd minute after defender Santiago Morero had fired in from close range to give the visitors the lead.
Second-from-bottom Chievo had midfielder Vincenzo Italiano sent off for a second yellow card in the 82nd.
LECCE 0 LAZIO 2
Lazio's Pasquale Foggia opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a volley that took a big deflection from Lecce defender Guglielmo Stendardo on the way in.
Aleksandar Kolarov completed a strong run with a splendid diagonal strike from the left to make it 2-0 six minutes into the second half as Lazio ended a six-match winless run in the league.
Lecce hit the woodwork three times, but Lazio had a first-half goal by Goran Pandev wrongly disallowed for offside.
NAPOLI 0 GENOA 1
Genoa were rewarded for showing more determination in the second half when substitute Bosko Jankovic rifled home the only goal.
Napoli have picked up just two points in their last seven games and were jeered off the pitch by the home fans.
SAMPDORIA 1 ATALANTA BERGAMO 0
Giampaolo Pazzini gave Samp the spoils just after the hour mark with his fourth goal in as many games after being set up by Antonio Cassano's delightful chip over the defensive line.
TORINO 1 UDINESE 0
Defender Paolo Dellafiore scrambled in after a corner to give Torino a win that lifts them out of the relegation zone.
Udinese defender Maurizio Domizzi was sent off for dissent in stoppage time.
Played on Saturday:
BOLOGNA 1-2 INTER MILAN
Inter's title charge continued as substitute Mario Balotelli scored the winner with a free kick near the flank which sailed into the corner.
Esteban Cambiasso had put the champions ahead after Adriano had again seemed to handle before Miguel Britos equalised with his first goal for struggling Bologna when the Uruguayan defender powered in a header from a corner.
AS ROMA 1-0 SIENA
Rodrigo Taddei curled a loose ball beautifully into the top corner midway through the second half to boost the home side's Champions League qualification hopes.
The hosts laboured at times and lost Brazilian defenders Juan and Cicinho to injury ahead of their European trip to Arsenal on Tuesday.
PALERMO 0-2 JUVENTUS
Second-placed Juve stayed nine points behind Inter thanks to a stunning strike from Mohamed Sissoko and David Trezeguet's first league goal of the season.
Mali midfielder Sissoko danced through the home defence before firing into the top corner midway through the first half. Trezeguet, out for five months with a knee injury, slotted home in the second half after former Palermo forward Amauri's strong run and pullback.
The Sicilians hit the bar through former Juve striker Fabrizio Miccoli early on and had several other chances.comments