Saturday 12 februari > Serie A

AC Milan 4 - 0 Parma
Seedorf 8’
Cassano 17’
Robinho 61’, 65



With their main title rivals not in action until Sunday, the pressure was on Massimo Allegri’s men to extend their points gap at the top of the table, and true to their form at the Giuseppe Meazza, the hosts put on a scintillating display as they dissected visitors Parma. Veteran midfielder Clarence Seedorf got the party going as he seized on a crafty pass from in-form striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to round Mirante and give theRossoneri an eighth minute lead. Antonio Cassano then finished off a slick Milan move to double the lead nine minutes later before substitute Robinho settled the match with two clinical finishes in the second half. The 4-0 rout puts Milan six points clear of second place Napoli and eight ahead of champions Inter. Catch the highlights below. Spurs fans you have been warned. In their own lair, il Diavolo are looking formidable!

AS Roma - Napoli
                   Cavani 49’ (pen.), 83’


Edinson Cavani bagged a brace as Napoli overcame Roma 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico this evening in Serie A. With the double suspension of Philippe Mexes and Nicolas Burdisso, Claudio Ranieri decided on fielding Marco Cassetti as a makeshift centerback. Something the Napoli tridente of Marek Hamsik, Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi certainly looked to exploit. After the break the game took a turn in Napoli's favor as Juan clipped the heels of Hamsik as he charged into the box and the referee awarded the Partenopei a penalty. Cavani then stepped up and put his team one up. Ten minutes from the end, it was ultimately over when Cavani grabbed his second, tapping in from close range following a magnificent Paolo Cannavaro cross from the left wing.As a result Napoli stay second, three points behind Milan, who also won this evening, while Roma stay in seventh, though they could fall further down the table once the full card of fixtures has been played

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