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Scot Munroe On February - 16 - 2012

Serie A Week 23: Top Five Goals Of Week

A weekend of football that was curtailed by the weather with two games being called off, also a embarrassing weekend on the pitch for Inter as they were humiliated at home by Novara 1-0. What is next for both Inter and Claudio Rainer after a sticky run in the past two weeks?
Here are the five best goals from the weekend

5. Maxi Lopez Udinese vs. – AC Milan

His debut goal for the club and it prove to be a pivotal goal for Milan. Stephan El-Sharaaway had a angle curled shot which was poorly parried by Samir Handanovic and the rebound fell to Maxi Lopez who fired home.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xok1m2

4. Adrian Mutu Lazio vs. – Cesena

This gave the away side the lead on Thursday night in Rome. New signing Vincenzo Iaquinta broke down the right and played a cross in for Adrian Mutu to net from close range.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xohfij

3. Stephan El-Shaaraway Udinese vs.-AC Milan

This goal gave AC Milan the win late on in the game, Maxi Lopez broke the offside trap and crossed in for El-Sharaaway who blasted home from inside the area.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xok1v3

2. Pablo Barrientos Catania vs. – Genoa

This was the second goal of the game for Barrientos and this goal was made by a brilliant dummy, a ball was played in from the right and was dummied by Sergio Almiron and Barrientos first time with his left foot side footed home past Sebastian Frey

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xokz6j

1 Andrea Caraccicolo Inter vs. –Novara

A brilliant goal and well deserved to be goal of the weekend in Serie A. Novara embarrassed Inter again this season. Jeda played a chipped ball to Caraccicolo who took one touch and curled in a brilliant effort with his left foot into the bottom corner past Julio Cesar.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xokzes

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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