Saturday, 7 February 2009

Serie A - Week 23: Saturday Review

Lecce 0-3 InterInter extended their lead at the top of Serie A to eight points after they overcame Lecce 3-0 away from home while their second-placed city rivals AC Milan could only draw 1-1 with the bottom side Reggina.

Leaders Inter returned to winning ways in Serie A with a comprehensive 3-0 victory at lowly Lecce. Zlatan Ibrahimovic opened the scoring for Jose Mourinho's side in the first half while further goals from Luis Figo and Dejan Stankovic made sure of a comfortable victory for the visitors at the Stadio Via del Mare. The win lifted the Nerazzurri eight points clear of city rivals AC Milan ahead of next weekend's derby.

AC Milan 1-1 RegginaAC MILAN 1-1 REGGINA
AC Milan needed a Ricardo Kaka second-half penalty to salvage a draw with Serie A bottom side Reggina at the San Siro as they lost ground to neighbours Inter in the race for the Scudetto. Kaka's second-half penalty was enough to grab a point for the Rossoneri after Reggina had taken the lead through former Milan forward Davide Di Gennaro - who opened the scoring for the visitors on the half-hour mark despite all of Milan's excellent early possession and pressure.

[Saturday 7 Feb] - [Sunday 8 Feb]

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