Serie A: Juventus hammer but Milan doesn't give in

 AUTHOR: Cristina Villas-Boas, 2012-03-17 23:14

AC Milan and Juventus didn’t give in to pressure and both achieved away wins which will keep them in trail for the top position in the Serie A.

The advantage is on Milan, who grabbed a 0-2 win in the trip to Parma. Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted the first through a penalty kick at 17’, punishing a Zaccardo foul.

The second goal would only come ten minutes into the second half, by Emanuelson.

Massimiliano Allegri’s men have picked up 60 points, four ahead of Juventus, who returned in style to winning ways after hammering Fiorentina by 0-5.

In Florence, the Bianconeri put on their top game and grabbed maximum points after playing against ten-men Fiorentina. Marco Vucinic opened the score at 15’ and Cerci made Fiorentina’s life harder after being sent off with a straight red six minutes later. Vidal set the result in 0-2 at 27’.

In the second half, Marchisio, Andrea Pirlo and Padoin stroke three more goals in only 15 minutes.

The Match
Italy Italian League 2011/12
2012/03/17, 18:00
Parma Football Club S.p.A.
Associazione Calcio Milan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic 17' (pen.)
Urby Emanuelson 55'

Full table (Day 28):

D2819/03Roma 1-0 Genoa 3' Pablo Osvaldo
D2818/03Udinese 2-2 Napoli 28' Gianpiero Pinzi, 52' Antonio Di Natale; 81' 85' Edinson Cavani
D2818/03Internazionale 0-0 Atalanta 
D2818/03Bologna 2-2 Chievo 59' Marco Di Vaio, 81' Alessandro Diamanti; 26' Marco Andreolli, 69' Cyril Théréau
D2818/03Catania 1-0 Lazio 80' Nicola Legrottaglie
D2818/03Siena 0-2 Novara 72' Marco Rigoni, 81' Filippo Porcari
D2818/03Lecce 1-1 Palermo 6' (g.p.) David Di Michele; 15' Ezequiel Muñoz
D2818/03Cagliari 3-0 Cesena 14' 45+1' (g.p.)57' (g.p.) Mauricio Pinilla
D2817/03Fiorentina 0-5 Juventus 15' Mirko Vucinic, 28' Arturo Vidal, 55' Claudio Marchisio, 67' Andrea Pirlo, 72' Simone Padoin
D2817/03Parma 0-2 Milan 17' (g.p.) Zlatan Ibrahimović, 55' Urby Emanuelson

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