Serie A Round-Up
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Milan seemed to be suffering from a UEFA Champions League hangover at Giuseppe Meazza and went in 2-0 down at half-time after strikes from Guiseppe Sculli and Simone Perotta.
The hosts gave themselves hope with a late strike from midfielder Andrea Pirlo on 82 and the prolific Andrei Shevchenko (pictured) popped up in the dying moments to earn a point.
Bologna pulled off a stunning win at Stadio Olimpico courtesy of goals from Fabio Pecchia and Igli Tare.
Antonio Cassano had equalised Pecchia's opener, but Albanian hit-man Tare popped up eight minutes from time to snatch the points.
Juventus moved into second place with a 3-1 home win over Modena with David Trezeguet grabbing a brace.
After a goalless first period former West Brom star Enzo Maresca opened the scoring on 56 minutes, and Trezeguet's double was sandwiched by a reply from Massimo Marazzina.
Lazio remain fourth after winning 2-1 at Perugia, Stefano Fiore and Guiliano Giannichedda netted for the capital club, while Franco Brienza notched for the hosts.
Parma kept up the pressure for the final Uefa Champions League spot with an emphatic 4-0 home triumph over lowly Empoli.
Young striker Alberto Gilardino impressed again with a double while Simone Barone and Mark Bresciano also got their names on the scoresheet.
Internazionale ran out 2-0 victors at Reggina thanks to an own-goal from Emiliano Bonazzoli and a late strike from Adriano.
Sampdoria saw two points slip through their fingers at the death after a 2-2 home draw with Lecce.
Francesco Flachi seemed to have secured all three points with his second of the afternoon after Javier Chevanton had levelled his opener.
But a goal deep into stoppage time from Axel Konan earned Lecce an unlikely share of the spoils.
Siena claimed a much-needed success after Tore Andre Flo's solitary strike sunk Udinese at the Artemio Franchi.
Brescia thumped Ancona 5-2 to leave the basement boys still looking for their first win of the season.
Roberto Baggio (2), Gilberto Martinez, Guiseppe Colucci and Andrea Caracciolo all scored for the hosts while Milan Rapaic and Giampiero Maini (penalty) efforts was nothing more than a consolation.
Milan 2-2 Chievo
Brescia 5-2 Ancona
Juventus 3-1 Modena
Parma 4-0 Empoli
Perugia 1-2 Lazio
Reggina 0-2 Internazionale
Roma 1-2 Bologna
Sampdoria 2-2 Lecce
Siena 1-0 Udinese