Parma send Piacenza down
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Former West Brom star Enzo Maresca gave the visitors the lead on 32 minutes and veteran striker Dario Hubner added a second six minutes later.
Alberto Gilardino pulled one back for the hosts on 66 minutes and Brazilian striker Adriano drew the sides level three minutes later.
Parma completed the comeback with the winner from Romanian ace Adrian Mutu two minutes from time.
Atalanta remain out of the drop-zone on goal difference after coming from behind to beat doomed Como 2-1.
Nicola Caccia gave the visitors a shock lead after 15 minutes and Atlanta suffered a blow when Danielle Berretta was sent off three minutes after the restart.
Atlanta fought back and equalised on 63 minutes with Cristiano Doni converting from the spot.
Doni then gave the ten men all three points with his second nine minutes from time.
Reggina kept up the pressure on Atalanta with a 2-1 victory over an under-strength Juventus.
David Di Michele opened the scoring on 17 minutes for Reggina, but Marcelo Zalayeta drew Juve level just six minutes later.
Emiliano Bonazzoli netted the winner for Reggina after 51 minutes to keep their survival hopes alive going into the last game of the season next weekend.
Inter put their Champions League exit behind them to cement their place in second spot with an impressive 2-0 win at Modena.
An unfortunate own goal from Simone Pavan on 28 minutes gave Inter the lead and Mohammed Kallon doubled the lead six minutes later.
Milan remain in third spot just three points behind their city rivals after a 3-1 win over Bologna.
Andrea Pirlo fired the Rossoneri ahead on 22 minutes from the penalty spot and Dutch ace Clarence Seedorf doubled the advantage four minutes after the break.
Filippo Inzaghi made sure of the win with the third goal on 66 minutes, but Mourad Meghni pulled one back almost immediately for the visitors.
Lazio stayed in pole position for the final Champions League spot with a hard-fought win over Brescia at the Stadio Olimpico.
Veteran star Roberto Baggio gave Brescia a shock lead on 19 minutes but Sinisa Mihajlovic levelled things up from the penalty spot after 38 minutes.
Lazio turned the game on its head going in front a minute before the break through Brazilian defender Cesar.
Argentine ace Claudio Lopez wrapped up the victory with the third goal ten minutes from time.
Chievo failed to keep pace with the leading pack after being held to a goalless draw at home to Roma.
Udinese kept their European hopes alive with a superb 2-0 win at Perugia.
Marek Jankulovski fired Udinese in front after 74 minutes and Danish international Martin Jorgensen ensured the victory with the second four minutes from time.
Empoli still need a point to be sure of their survival after being held to a 1-1 draw at already relegated Torino.
Antonio Di Natale fired Empoli ahead on 66 minutes, but Massimo Donati's late goal six minutes from time earned Torino a point.
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