Coppa Italia round-up
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Siena recorded an impressive victory in the Italian capital, as they beat Roma 2-1.Siena recorded an impressive victory in the Italian capital, as they beat Roma 2-1 in the quarter final first leg of the Coppa Italia.
Former Chelsea hitman Tore Andre Flo proved the game's matchwinner when he notched an impressive double in the Stadio Olimpico.
Flo opened the scoring in the 38th minute to hand Siena an unexpected advantage going into the break.
However, within ten minutes of the restart and Roma had found a leveller through influential playmaker Francesco Totti.
With the game heading for a stalemate, Flo intervened for a second time when converting with just five minutes remaining on the clock.
Sampdoria ended a recent goal drought with a satisfying 2-0 success over Serie B outfit Torino.
An uneventful affair in the first period, the deadlock was broken on 74 minutes when Cristiano Doni netted.
The influential playmaker finished with aplomb after being well fed by Francesco Flachi.
Sampdoria doubled their advantage just before full time, when Vitaly Kutuzov capitalised to hand the Genoa outfit what should be an unassailable advantage.
Atalanta were another side to pull off a noticeable cup shock when beat Turin giants Juventus 2-0.
Home advantage proved decisive when after a sterile first period, Andrea Lazzari netted for Atalanta.
After withstanding late Juventus pressure, Lazzari notched his second of the evening to put Atalanta in control of the tie.