Serie A round-up: Juventus' lead cut to four points at top of table
Last Updated: 18/04/18 10:44pm
Juventus saw their lead at the top of Serie A cut to four points after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Crotone and Napoli came from behind to beat Udinese 4-2.
It was looking good for Massimiliano Allegri's men when Alex Sandro headed in a cross from Douglas Costa after 17 minutes.
But they were pegged back in the 65th minute when Simy scored with a neat overhead kick, and the home side held on for a point.
Napoli found themselves a goal down after 41 minutes when Jakub Jankto slammed in a first-time shot, but equalised shortly afterwards when Lorenzo Insigne coolly fired home.
Udinese were back in front when Svante Ingelsson lashed home from inside the box but Raul Albiol's header from a corner hauled Napoli level once again.
The home side went in front for the first time with just under 20 minutes remaining as Arkadiusz Milik tapped home after a loose ball fell kindly for him, and Lorenzo Tonelli added a fourth to make the game safe five minutes later.
Roma moved up to third with a 2-1 win over Genoa.
A composed finish from Cengiz Under gave Roma a 17th-minute lead and an own goal from Ervin Zukanovic early in the second half put the home side firmly in control.
Genoa pulled a goal back just after the hour through Gianluca Lapadula's stunning long-range effort.
The game of the night came at Stadio Artemio Franchi as Lazio grabbed a 4-3 win over Fiorentina to move fourth.
There was early drama as home goalkeeper Marco Sportiello was sent off for handling an attempted cross from Ciro Immobile outside his area.
Lazio also found themselves down to 10 men when Alessandro Murgia was dismissed for a last-man challenge and they conceded from the resulting free-kick as Jordan Veretout found the net.
Veretout scored his second of the night from the penalty spot, but Lazio were back in it before the break when Luis Alberto scored another well-taken free-kick.
They were level in first-half stoppage-time when Martin Caceres powered in a header from a corner, but Veretout completed his hat-trick after a fine solo run to put the Viola 3-2 up in the 55th minute.
Felipe Anderson levelled, collecting a pass from Adam Marusic and unleashing a fierce drive from the edge of the box and Luis Alberto snatched the winning goal moments later following more good work from Marusic.
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AC Milan were held to a 1-1 draw at Torino, who missed a fourth-minute penalty.
Giacomo Bonaventura's superb curling shot put the visitors in front but Lorenzo De Silvestri nodded in from a corner. De Silvestri was sent off in time added on.
Elsewhere, Atalanta's hopes of qualifying for next season's Europa League were boosted by a comfortable 3-0 win at Benevento, Duvan Zapata scored with last kick of the game as Sampdoria snatched a 1-0 win over Bologna and Mauricio Lemos took advantage of a defensive mistake to earn Sassuolo a 1-0 victory at Verona.
SPAL and Chievo played out a goalless draw.