Comfortable passage from Monza with four to Roma

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Third consecutive win in Serie A for Roma, who prevailed 4-1 in Monza away from home and overtook Atalanta in 5th place in the standings, having of course one match more.

THE Giallorossi went into the break with a two-goal lead thanks to Pellegrini (38′) and Lukaku (42′), with Dybala sealing the win for his team in the 63rd minute and Paredes giving them victory with a penalty in the 82nd ‘.

Carboni set up the final score in the 87th minute, with the home side seeing their five-game unbeaten run come to a screeching halt.

Earlier, the Salernitana fought for the double but stayed at 1-1 with Udinese, which lasted with ten players from 64′. Tsouna put the visitors ahead in the 10th minute, with Kamaras equalizing in the 45th+3rd minute.

The main player for the Salerno team was played by Kostas Manolaswho was replaced by Rose Pasalidis in 72′.

The program of the 27th matchday

Friday, 1/3

Lazio-Milan 0-1

(88′ Okafor)

Saturday, 2/3

Udinese-Salernitana 1-1

(45+3′ Kamara – 10′ Chauna)

Monza-Roma 1-4

(87′ Carboni – 38′ Pellegrini, 42′ Lukaku, 63′ Dybala, 82′ pen. Paredes)

Torino-Fiorentina (21:45)

Sunday, 3/3

Verona-Sassuolo (13:30)

Frosinone-Lecce (16:00)

Empoli-Cagliari (16:00)

Atalanta-Bologna (19:00)

Napoli-Juventus (21:45)

Monday, 4/3

Inter-Genoa (21:45)

The next (28th) matchday:

Friday, 8/3

Napoli-Torino (21:45)

Saturday, 9/3

Sassuolo-Frosinone (16:00)

Cagliari-Salernitana (16:00)

Bologna-Inter (19:00)

Genoa-Monza (21:45)

Sunday, 10/3

Lecce-Verona (13:30)

Milan-Eboli (16:00)

Juventus-Atalanta (19:00)

Fiorentina-Roma (21:45)

Monday, 11/3

Lazio-Udinese (21:45)

Source: Sport Fm

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