Rome. Leader Inter Milan won 1-0 over Bologna and increased their distance against their pursuers Milan and Juventus, who tied, while Atalanta jumped to the top on matchday 29 of the Italian Serie A.
A goal from Romelu Lukaku sealed the victory of Inter at 32 minutes in the house of Bolonia. Now Antonio Conte’s team has 68 points, eight more than Milan (2nd) and 12 ahead of Juventus (4th).
In third place were Atalanta with 58 points after beating Udinese 3-2, with goals from Colombians Luis Muriel (19 and 43) and Duván Zapata (61).
In the Turin classic, Paraguayan Toni Sanabria was the protagonist when he scored the goals of Torino to draw 2-2 with the current champion Juventus, who is increasingly difficult to revalidate the title.
Federico Chiesa put the team ahead White black (13), but Torino turned the score around with Sanabria’s double (27 and 46). Juventus was able to save at least one point with Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal in the final stretch (79).
Earlier, Milan rescued a 1-1 draw against Sampdoria with a goal three minutes from the end of the Norwegian Jens Petter Hauge (87), after losing by a goal from Fabio Quagliarella (57).
Napoli beat bottom crotone 4-3 and reached the fifth place with 56 points. Lorenzo Insigne (19), Víctor Osimehn (22) and Dries Mertens overtook Gennaro Gattuso’s team in the first half, but the visitors equalized with goals from Simeon Nwankwo (26 and 48) and Junior Messias (59).
The Mexican Hirving Lozano entered the substitution in the 61st minute and drove Napoli in attack to achieve the victory with a goal from Giovanni di Lorenzo (71).