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Roma beat Napoli to end 4 months of misery at home

Reuters , Saturday 4 Apr 2015
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AS Roma's Juan Manuel Iturbe (C) tries to shoot past Napoli's goalkeeper Mariano Andujar during their Serie A soccer match at the Olympic stadium in Rome April 4, 2015 (Photo: Reuters)
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Roma ended its four-month winless streak at home with a 1-0 victory over Napoli in Serie A on Saturday, while Lazio kept up the pressure on its city rival with a 3-1 win at relegation-threatened Cagliari.

Miralem Pjanic finished a swift counterattack for Roma in the 25th minute and goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis did the rest — saving shot after shot by Napoli in the second half.

Lazio remained a point behind second-place Roma. Sampdoria, which visits Fiorentina later, slipped provisionally seven points behind Lazio, with Napoli a point further back in the fight for Champions League places.

AC Milan won 2-1 at Palermo for its first away victory since October, while Inter Milan was booed off the pitch at San Siro after being held 1-1 by bottom club Parma.

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