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Scot Munroe On January - 19 - 2012

Serie A Week 18: Top Five Goals Of The Week

Incredible week in Serie A as Inter Milan win the derby for the first time in two years, thanks in part to a goal from the prince Diego Milito. An abandoned game in Sicily where rain was a winner. Catania-Roma was suspended with twenty-five minutes remaining. While Lecce, Parma and Cesena struggling at the bottom of the league all managed to pick up wins and those crucial 3 points.

Top Five Goals of the Week are

5. Robert Acquafresca against Napoli
A lovely through ball/cross from the right hand side that opened up the Napoli defence found Robert Acquafresca and he took his time to pick his spot and finish calmly past Morgan De Sanctis.

4. Nicola Legrottaglie against Roma
A wonderful ball in from Francesco Lodi who is a set piece specialist and was headed home by Nicola Legrottaglie into the ground and past the Roma keeper.

3. Paolo Sammarco against Palermo
The Italian midfielder netted the only goal of the game and it was a crucial victory for the flying donkeys. A cross was played in from the right hand side bobbled his way to Sammarco who made a late run and done well to finish in front of a diving Benussi.

2. Mirko Vucinic against Cagliari
A fine football team move which started in defence and was very fluid, it involved Pepe, Marchisio and Stephan Lichtsteiner who broke from right back to cross into Mirko Vucinic who tapped home from close range.

1 Andrea Cossu against Juventus
Cagliari hit back just after the restart, Ibarbo broke from deep and played to the ball to Larrivey who played a cross into Ibarbo put the ball was cleared poorly by Leonardo Bonucci and the ball fell to Andrea Cossu who hit a lovely left footed strike that flew past Gigi Buffon.


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Scot Munroe

A Football fan for around 18 years since the age of 6 years old. My first love is Swindon town now managed by the mad man that is Paolo Di Canio. I have been a fan of Italian football for around 10-15 years now since the Channel four days back in the Uk with James Richardson. I am a Roma fan as well and i have been following the club since 2003 with the attack minded football with Totti and Cassano.

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