Serie A round-up
By Peter ORourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Fiorentina moved level on points with Milan with a 3-1 win over the Rossoneri on Sunday.Fiorentina moved level on points with Milan with a 3-1 win over the Rossoneri on Sunday.
Luca Toni broke the deadlock for Fiorentina after just ten minutes, but Alberto Gilardino replied for Milan on 25 minutes.
Martin Jorgensen restored the Viola's lead a minute after the break and Toni made sure of the win with his second of the contest ten minutes from time.
The result means Juventus remain five points clear at the top of the table from Milan and Fiorentina.
Internazionale are a further five points back after they claimed a 2-0 home win over Parma.
Nerazzurri coach Roberto Mancini has been under some pressure recently but the San Siro support were given something to cheer on 68 minutes as Portuguese winger Luis Figo scored his first goal for the club.
The summer signing from Real Madrid met Juan Sebastian Veron's through-ball with a neat finish with the outside of the boot to hand the advantage to Mancini's men.
Argentinean midfielder Esteban Cambiasso doubled their lead just two minutes after coming off the bench as he sent a glorious chip back over the head of Parma keeper Luca Bucci after the custodian rushed out to clear the ball from the feet of Adriano.
Lecce climbed off the bottom of the table with a 3-0 win over Siena.
Mirko Vucinic sent the home side on their way with the opener on 16 minutes and Swedish midfielder Klas Ingesson added a second on 52 minutes.
Giuseppe Cozzolino wrapped up the win with the third in the final minute.
Livorno climbed up into fifth spot with a 2-0 win over Empoli.
Stefano Morrone opened the scoring for Livorno on 31 minutes and Cristiano Lucarelli added a clinching second three minutes from the end.
Sampdoria moved into the top six with a 2-0 victory over Lazio.
Two goals in two second half minutes from Aimo Diana (71) and Francesco Flachi (73) proved to be enough for Samp.
Chievo missed the chance to climb into fourth spot after being held to a 1-1 draw by Ascoli.
Sergio Pellissier fired Chievo in front on 14 minutes, but an unfortunate own goal from Lorenzo D`Anna two minutes before the break gifted Ascoli a point.
Reggina piled the misery on struggling Cagliari with a 3-1 win at Stadio Oreste Granillo.
The home side got off to a dream start with Nicola Amoruso finding the net after just two minutes and Francesco Cozza doubled the lead from the penalty spot on 38 minutes.
Nelson Abeijon gave Cagliari hope when pulling a goal back on 67 minutes, but Carlos Paredes ensured all three points for Reggina with the third nine minutes from the end.
Both sides were reduced to ten men near the end when Reggina's Davide Biondini and Cagliari's Massimo Gobbi were sent off after a scuffle.Palermo came from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw at struggling Treviso.
The home side got off to a flying start with Ferreira Reginaldo finding the net twice in the opening six minutes.
Michele Ferri reduced the arrears on 27 minutes and Franco Brienza grabbed an equaliser for Palermo after 67 minutes.
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