Coppa Italia round-up
By Peter ORourke. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Roma booked their place in the quarter finals of the Coppa Italia with a 2-1 win over Napoli to progress 5-1 on aggregate.
Crowd trouble during the first leg in Napoli forced the game to be played behind closed doors at the Stadio Olimpico, but it did not appear to affect Roma's stars.
Alberto Aquilani followed up his goal from last weekend with the opener on 39 minutes.
Alessandro Mancini marked his return from a two month lay-off with the second goal right on the stroke of half time.
Nicolas Amodio grabbed a late consolation for Napoli in the dying seconds, but Roma eased into a last eight meeting with Juventus.Udinese overcame a 1-0 first leg deficit to beat Atalanta 3-2 on aggregate on Wednesday.
The home side got off to the perfect start when Stefano Mauri fired them in front on 17 minutes to level the aggregate score.
Atalanta put themselves back in pole position to qualify for the last eight when Luca Ariatti found the net on 69 minutes.
Mirko Pieri restored Udinese's lead 12 minutes from time and Antonio Di Natale grabbed the crucial third goal from the penalty spot on 82 minutes to ensure Udinese's progression.
Milan eased into the quarter finals with a 4-3 win over Brescia to go through 7-4 on aggregate.
Winning 3-1 from the first leg Milan took even further control of the tie when Clarence Seedorf gave them the lead on 16 minutes.
Filippo Inzaghi doubled the lead just past the half hour mark as Milan threatened to run riot.
Simone Del Nero pulled a goal back for Brescia on 38 minutes, but Manuel Rui Costa restored Milan's two-goal cushion three minutes after the break.
Luigi Di Biagio scored a second for Brescia on the hour mark from the penalty spot and Marek Hamsik drew the home side level on the night on 71 minutes.
Rui Costa grabbed the winner for Milan two minutes from time to sink Brescia.
Sampdoria secured their place in the next round with a narrow 2-1 victory over Cagliari to progress 3-2 on aggregate.
Francesco Flachi's late strike gave Samp the win to move into the quarter finals.
Flachi broke the deadlock for Sampdoria 12 minutes from time and that looked like being enough until Massimo Gobbi equalised for Cagliari in the final minute.
It looked like the game would be forced into extra time, but Flachi popped up to net the winner in the final seconds to stun Cagliari.