Serie A Round-Up
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Francesco Totti became Roma's all-time top scorer with two goals against Parma.Francesco Totti became Roma's all-time top scorer on Sunday after grabbing a brace in his side's 5-1 demolition of Parma.
Totti's double took him to 108 goals for the capital club, edging him past previous holder Roberto Pruzzo.
Antonio Cassano got the ball rolling on a memorable day for Roma, notching the first for Luigi Delneri's men after just 10 minutes.
Totti then fired home his first of the afternoon just before the half hour mark, but Parma reduced the deficit on the stroke of half-time through Cesare Bovo.
Three goals in eight second half minutes killed the contest as Cassano and Montella found the net before Totti completed the scoring.
Palermo grabbed a fine 3-0 win against Cagliari.
Three goals in seven first-half minutes from Lamberto Zauli (32), Franco Brienza (37) and Luca Toni (39) wrapped up a convincing victory.
Udinese maintained their fine start to the season by beating Lazio 3-0 on Sunday.
The emphatic victory keeps Luciano Spalletti's men seven points clear of Internazionale in fourth spot, and ensures they remain on the coat-tails of the top two.
Their success over Lazio was set up by two early strikes, with goals from David Pizarro (penalty) and David Di Michele giving them a comfortable cushion after just 17 minutes.
The win was wrapped up by a third from Vincenzo Iaquinta nine minutes before the break.
Inter preserved their unbeaten league record by notching only their third win of the campaign against Brescia.
Veteran Serbian defender Sinisa Mihajlovic proved their match-winner, netting the only goal of the game with a stunning free-kick after 23 minutes.
Sampdoria produced a superb display on their travels to leave Lecce with a 4-1 win.
A brace from Francesco Flachi (38 pen & 50) put the visitors on their way, before Lecce gave themselves hope with Mirko Vucinic's strike after 53 minutes.
However, further efforts from Max Tonetto and Vitali Kutuzov quashed any hopes of a comeback.
Fiorentina eased past Chievo with goals in either half from Christian Rigano and on-loan Real Madrid starlet Javier Portillo.
Bologna climbed out of the relegation places after beating Reggina by the same scoreline.
Claudio Bellucci gave them the perfect start by converting a fourth minute penalty and Mourad Meghni settled the game on 63 minutes.
Siena and Livorno shared the points as Alessandro Lucarelli cancelled out Simone Vergassola's opener, while Palermo and Cagliari also ended in a stalemate as neither side could fashion a breakthrough in a goalless encounter.
Bologna 2-0 Reggina
Fiorentina 2-0 Chievo
Internazionale 1-0 Brescia
Lecce 1-4 Sampdoria
Palermo 3-0 Cagliari
Roma 5-1 Parma
Siena 1-1 Livorno
Udinese 3-0 Lazio
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