Serie A round-up

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Francesco Totti scored his 200th Serie A goal on Sunday, while Udinese maintained their recent fine form.

Totti passes goal landmark, as Inter, Napoli, Udinese and Juve all win

Francesco Totti scored his 200th Serie A goal on Sunday, while Udinese maintained their recent fine form. Elsewhere, Inter Milan ensured that they remain within touching distance of the summit and Juventus secured a welcome win. Totti became only the sixth man in the history of the Italian top flight to pass the 200-goal mark as he bagged a brace in Roma's 2-2 draw with Fiorentina. He converted a 27th minute penalty and notched again on 52 minutes, helping to cancel out efforts from Adrian Mutu (21) and Alessandro Gamberini (34). Inter Milan sit just two points adrift of cross-city rivals and league leaders AC Milan following a 1-0 victory over Lecce. Giampaolo Pazzini was the hero of the hour for Leonardo's side, as he produced the only goal of the game on 32 minutes. Napoli continue to occupy third spot in the standings, with a 2-1 success at home to Cagliari helping to cement their lofty perch. Two goals from Edinson Cavani either side of a Robert Acquafresca equaliser settled the tie, with the Uruguayan converting from the spot on 49 minutes and completing his brace shortly after the hour mark. Udinese wrapped up a fourth consecutive win, and clambered into the UEFA Champions League spots, as they saw off Catania 2-0. Gokhan Inler set them on their way after 22 minutes and Antonio Di Natale made sure of the points when he netted a 74th minute penalty. Juventus are moving in the right direction again after edging out Brescia 2-1 at Stadio Olimpico. Milos Krasic broke the deadlock on 25 minutes, but Eder restored parity three minutes before the interval. Alessandro del Piero put Juve back in front on 68 minutes, shortly before Victor Mareo saw red for the visitors. Parma picked up three much-needed points on the road as they put Sampdoria to the sword. A solitary strike from Cristian Zaccardo was enough to see them home and ensure that a late dismissal for Blerim Dzemaili did not cost them dear. Bologna and Genoa played out a 1-1 draw in a battle between two mid-table sides. Marco Di Vaio opened the scoring after 28 minutes, but Dario Dainelli (43) ensured the points would be shared. Bari continue to prop up the table after going down 2-1 at home to Chievo. Abdelkader Ghezzal gave them hope when he scored from the spot on 40 minutes, after Sergio Pellissier had opened the scoring two minutes earlier. It was not to be, though, for the Serie A strugglers and Davide Moscardelli struck four minutes into the second half to keep them 12 points adrift of safety.

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