Coppa Italia round-up
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Udinese booked their place in the Coppa Italia semi-final after a 2-2 draw at Sampdoria.
Juventus crashed out of the Coppa Italia on away goals to Roma despite winning 1-0 on their visit to the capital.
A volatile game saw Roma midfielder Olivier Dacourt and Juve striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic both sent off for trading blows in the first period.
Adrian Mutu was Juve's goalscorer in the second half when he scored from the spot, after Roma's Simone Perrotta had handled in the area.
Despite later pressure, Juve failed to find a winner and it is Roma who progress after a 3-2 first leg win in Turin.
Udinese booked their place in the Coppa Italia semi-final after a 2-2 at Sampdoria ensured their progression.
A 1-1 draw in the first leg means Udinese progress courtesy of having scored more away goals, after the tie finished 3-3 overall.
Udinese were in cruise control in the first period as goals from Antonio Di Natale and Mirko Pieri either side of half-time gave them a comfortable advantage.
Sampdoria though were not to lie down and accept defeat, as strikes from Salvatore Foti and Marco Pisano brought them level on the night.
A late spell of pressure saw Sampdoria go close to grabbing a crucial third but it was Udinese that stood firm and progress to the next round.