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Ronaldo, Dybala and Costa broke Genoa in the second half scoring 1-3

Ronaldo, Dybala and Costa broke Genoa in the second half scoring 1-3

Juventus and Lazio remained in the same situations in the battle for the title in the 29th round of the Italian Serie A, wherein the current champion from Turin has a four-point advantage over the Roman team nine games before the end.

Juventus celebrated with 3-1 (0-0) away at Genoa, and all goals fell in the subsequent half. Paolo Dybala opened the scoring in the 50th moment when he walked through the home resistance and defeated Perina from ten meters. In the 57th moment, the home goalkeeper was feeble, when Cristiano Ronaldo hit the left corner with an incredible shot from 25 meters. After 73 minutes, Douglas Costa sent a free kick in high over the penalty box.

The main goal for the host team was scored by Pinamonti in the 76th moment.

The footballers of the Roman Lazio with a turnaround in the subsequent half came to a 2-1 (0-1) victory away to Turin.

In all three goals scored in the principal match of the 29th round of Serie A, the job was played by the top scorer of Lazio and the Italian championship, Ciro Immobile.

He was first hit in the hand in the fourth moment when a penalty kick was awarded to Torino, which put Belotti in the lead. In the 48th moment, Immobile accurately and deftly scored to equalize at 1-1, and in the 73rd moment assisted Parola for the triumphant goal.

Juventus is in the lead with 72 points, four more than second-placed Lazio. The third is Inter with 61 points and a game less. Torino is in fourteenth place with 31 points, and Genoa is in sixteenth place with 26 points, however just one point above the relegation zone.

Six of the remaining eight games of the 29th round are booked for Wednesday, and the pairs are Bologna – Cagliari, Inter – Brescia (7.30 pm), Fiorentina – Sassuolo, Verona – Parma, Lecce – Sampdoria, and SPAL – Milan (all at 9.45 pm).