Serie A Round-up

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David Trezeguet was a man in form for Juventus after his brace secured a comfortable 2-0 victory over Atalanta.

The Stadio Delle Alpi rose in the 14th and 58th minute to salute the Frenchman's double salvo.

Champions Milan were made to sweat for maximum spoils on their away trip to Bologna, before eventually coming home with a 2-0 win.

Andrei Shevchenko netted a penalty in the 85th, before the mercurial Brazilian Kaka added gloss to a polished performance in the final minute.

Udinese recorded their first win of the season with a thumping 4-0 win over Parma.

Antonio Di Natale capitalised on a mix-up between Sebastien Frey and Cesare Bovo to fire Udinese in front on 15 minutes with a fine finish.

Parma were reduced to ten men on the half hour when Daniele Bonera was sent off for a professional foul on Vincenzo Iaquinta.

Udinese made their numerical advantage count with Czech star Marek Jankulovski converting from the penalty spot 16 minutes from time.

The home side wrapped up the win with David Di Michele adding a third two minutes later with a cool chipped finish over Frey and Dino Fava rubbing salt into the wound with a fourth in stoppage time.

The win lifts Udinese into third place in Serie A on goal difference.

Fiorentina new boy Fabrizo Miccoli showed all his qualities in netting the winner in a hard fought 1-0 win over Cagliari.

Capital outfit Lazio took the lead in the 32nd minute against Reggina but eventually had to settle for a 1-1 stalemate on home soil.

Simone Inzaghi netted a penalty for Lazio but Emiliano Bonazzoli scored a first half leveller for Reggina.

Veteran hit-man Igor Protti gave Livorno a first half advantage over travellers Chievo but finished the game 2-1 losers.

Federico Cossato and Franco Semioli completing an impressive comeback for Chievo.

Game of the day saw Messina record an entertaining 4-3 win over Roma, despite a Vincenzo Montella hat-trick.

Alessandro Parisi gave Messina a 19th minute lead from the penalty spot before hit-man Montella netted a leveller.

Salvatore Sulli restored Messina's lead before Montella looked to have handed Roma maximum spoils, when he added a further double to his first-half strike. 

However, Messina were not to be thwarted and claimed an excellent win courtesy of goals from Domenico Giampa and Riccardo Zampagna.

Sampdoria slumped to a 2-1 defeat on their travels to Siena, despite taking a fifth minute lead through a Francesco Flachi strike.

Goals from Simone Vergassola and Daniele Portanova stole the points from Sampdoria, who also had Morris Carrozzieri sent off.