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Excellent individual performances this week especially put on by Cagliari’s Brazilian striker Ânderson Miguel da Silva aka Nenê, who score a brilliant hat-trick. Manager Roberto Donadoni has to be fully satisfied with his squad’s 3-0 performance as they continue their winning ways under the new manager with back-to-back wins at the the stadio San Paolo.

Meanwhile, Slovakian international Marik Hamšík placed a very precise header between the sticks providing the only goal and game winner for Napoli against Genoa. Genoa are beginning to look in need here falling to 10th in Serie A. Il Grifone had 59% possession managing only 1 shot on target.

If you were lucky enough to catch Udinese’s win over Fiorentina what a treat with a smoking rocket of a score from the Columbian Pablo Armero in the 63rd minute. Armero scored the equalizer definitely helping to awake the home side club in their come from behind victory.

Finally, the big man Zlatan Ibrahimovic got in on the act scoring the final goal for Milan in their 3-0 rout of Bologna before closing up shop for the final third.

If you missed the rest of Italian Serie A match day 16 have no fear, we’ve got the highlights for your viewing pleasure.

Check out the Top 10 GOALS from MATCHDAY 16 of Italian Serie A below

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