Serie A round up
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Milan moved to within two points of leaders Juventus after a 3-0 win over Atalanta.Milan moved to within two points of Juventus at the top of Serie A after a comprehensive 3-0 win over Atalanta.
Second half goals from Jon Dahl Tomasson, Kakha Kaladze and Serginho were enough to sink the basement boys.
Lecce sit in third after an exciting 2-2 home draw with in-form Internazionale.
The visitors had raced into a two-goal advantage courtesy of Adriano and Obafemi Martins, but a brace from Valeri Bojinov earned the Southern outfit a point.
Chievo lost ground on the front-runners after slipping to a home defeat to Sampdoria with Sergio Volpi and Aimo Diano netting the goals in three first half-minutes.
Cagliari continued their impressive start after seeing off struggling Parma 2-1.
Marco Marchionni had equalised Nelson Abeijon's opener and it looked good enough to get the visitors a point, but five minutes from time Mauro Esposito grabbed a winner.
Lazio beat Messina 2-0 and moved level with their opponents in the process, Christian Manfredini and Claudio De Sousa notching.
Fiorentina shrugged off the loss of manager Emiliano Mondonico earlier in the week to come from behind to claim victory at Reggina.
Carlos Paredes put the hosts ahead, but Enzo Maresca and Fabrizio Miccoli ensured La Viola left with the points.
Udinese grabbed a much-needed win at Bologna with a solitary goal from Dino Fava.
Livorno triumphed at Palermo despite going behind to a Massimo Mutarelli strike, Jose Vidigal and Cristiano Lucarelli getting the goals.
Siena gave themselves some breathing space at the bottom after an effort from Fabio Pecchia proved enough to defeat Brescia.
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