Serie A: Juventus still unbeaten and again leaders after win over Catania (3-1)

 AUTHOR: Cristina Villas-Boas, 2012-02-19 03:36

Juventus have reversed a negative score against Catania (3-1) and kept their unbeaten record in the Italian Serie A.

Catania practically entered the game in the lead thanks to a four-minute goal by Pablo Barrientos, but Andrea Pirlo cancelled out the visitors’ opener at 22’ and took the draw to half time.

In the second half, Giorgio Chiellini turned the score around at 74’ and Fabio Quagliarella ended the doubts at 81’, sealing the final 3-1.

The Bianconeri have grabbed the lead of the league again with 49 points, two more than AC Milan.

The Match
Italy Italian League 2011/12
2012/02/18, 20:45
Juventus Football Club
Calcio Catania S.p.A.
Andrea Pirlo 22'
Fabio Quagliarella 81'
Giorgio Chiellini 74'
Pablo Barrientos 4'

Full table (Day 24):

D2419/02Udinese 0-0 Cagliari 
D2419/02Palermo 5-1 Lazio 10' Edgar Barreto, 20' Massimo Donati, 42' Matías Silvestre, 47' Igor Budan, 52' Fabrizio Miccoli; 85' Libor Kozák
D2419/02Novara 0-0 Atalanta 
D2419/02Genoa 0-1 Chievo 30' Cyril Théréau
D2419/02Cesena 1-3 Milan 65' Daniel Pudil; 29' Sulley Muntari, 31' Urby Emanuelson, 55' Robinho
D2419/02Roma 1-0 Parma 26' Fabio Borini
D2419/02Lecce 4-1 Siena 32' Luis Muriel, 68' (g.p.) David Di Michele, 82' Juan Cuadrado, 90+4' Davide Brivio; 25' Cristiano Del Grosso
D2418/02Juventus 3-1 Catania 22' Andrea Pirlo, 74' Giorgio Chiellini, 81' Fabio Quagliarella; 4' Pablo Barrientos
D2417/02Internazionale 0-3 Bologna 37' 38' Marco Di Vaio, 85' Robert Acquafresca
D2417/02Fiorentina 0-3 Napoli 3' 54' Edinson Cavani, 90+2' Ezequiel Lavezzi

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