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Italian Serie A

Stadio Olimpico 2nd February 2013 - Kick off 17:00 Ref: N Rizzoli

Torino Torino vs Sampdoria Sampdoria

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Torino extend unbeaten run

Last Updated: 02/02/13 8:01pm

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Alessio Cerci: Had the best chance for Torino

Alessio Cerci: Had the best chance for Torino

Torino stretched their unbeaten run in Serie A to seven matches but did little to set pulses racing in a listless contest with Sampdoria at Stadio Olimpico.

The hosts impressed in a 2-2 draw at Inter Milan last time out but little of that fight was on display on Saturday, as they were cancelled out by a Samp side also on a high following last week's 6-0 win over Pescara.

The result does little for either side's bid to haul themselves out of mid-table obscurity.

Torino had the best of what chances there were in the first 45 minutes, as Alessio Cerci flashed a shot wide of the post midway through the half before Samp defender Daniele Gastaldello flicked the ball away from danger just as Kamil Glik looked to pull the trigger when the ball fell to him from a corner.

Glik then crossed for Paulo Barreto but his diving header skimmed the bar on its way out of play.

Torino ended a half they bossed with a counter-attack led by Cerci which eventually found Riccardo Meggiorini in space, but his left-footed shot from outside the box blazed over.

Citadin Eder spurned Samp's first chance of the match in the 47th minute when he failed to get a telling connection to Andrea Poli's cross.

Paulo Barreto's low shot in the 62nd minute drew a routine save from Sergio Romero, while the Sampdoria goalkeeper was also in the right place to keep out Glik's volley moments later.

Samp ended the match looking the most likely to break the stalemate, but Poli could only fire over after Emanuele Icardi was denied while Roberto Soriano's shot from distance was held by Jean Francois Gillet.

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Italian Serie A

Italian Serie A
Pos Team P Pts
1 Juventus 28 67
2 Roma 28 53
3 Lazio 28 52
4 Sampdoria 28 48
5 Napoli 28 47
6 Fiorentina 28 46
7 Torino 28 39
8 AC Milan 28 38
9 Genoa 27 37
10 Inter Milan 28 37
11 Palermo 28 35
12 Udinese 27 33
13 Empoli 28 33
14 Sassuolo 28 32
15 Chievo 28 32
16 Verona 28 32
17 Atalanta 28 26
18 Cagliari 28 21
19 Cesena 28 21
20 Parma 26 9