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North Manzanilla Government
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San Juan Girls' Government
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ROME---Ivory Coast forward
Gervinho set up one goal and
scored another as Roma moved
within six points of Serie A
leader Juventus with a 3-1
victory at Hellas Verona on
Gervinho provided the cross
for Adem Ljajic s goal in the 45th
minute then scored himself on
the hour mark after Iceland inter-
national Emil Hallfredsson had
equalized in the 49th.
Roma s 37-year-old captain
Francesco Totti added a penalty
in the 82nd.
"Winning 3-1 away against a
Verona squad that is having a
solid season is a good result,"
Roma coach Rudi Garcia said.
"Especially after the draws by
Juve and Napoli."
Gianluigi Buffon was sent off
and Juventus was held to a 1-1
draw at Lazio on Saturday, end-
ing the two-time defending
champion s 12-match winning
Also on Saturday, Napoli drew
1-1 at home with Chievo Verona.
Elsewhere Sunday, AC Milan
came back with two late goals
for a 2-1 win at Cagliari and Inter
Milan was whistled off the San
Siro pitch after being held to a
0-0 draw by Catania.
Inter remained fifth. Milan,
which recently replaced Massi-
miliano Allegri with Clarence
Seedorf as manager, moved up
to a tie for ninth with Lazio.
After Marco Sau had put
Cagliari ahead in the 28th, Mario
Balotelli equalised with a free
kick in the 87th and substitute
Giampaolo Pazzini scored the
winner with a header in the 89th.
"This was a very important
goal for me and for the squad,"
said Pazzini, who has been
slowed by injuries for most of
the last year. "We are a squad
that can do much better. Seedorf
is definitely someone with a lot
of experience and charisma and
he transmits a lot of serenity."
In other matches, it was:
Livorno 3, Sassuolo 1; Parma 1,
Udinese 0; Sampdoria 1, Bologna
1; and Torino 1, Atalanta 0.
Roma moves within six points of Juve
BERLIN---Werder Bremen was held to a 0-0
draw by bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig
in the Bundesliga yesterday, a frustrating result
for both sides.
After a first half of few highlights, Bremen
midfielder Philipp Bargfrede came closest to
scoring three minutes after the interval when
he crashed his shot from distance off the right
Braunschweig goalkeeper Daniel Davari saved
Aaron Hunt s effort, and Santiago Garcia s header
from the resulting corner was cleared off the
Bremen winger Eljero Elia had a goal ruled
out for offside in the 59th.
The result left Braunschweig two points adrift
at the bottom, while Bremen was just four points
above Hamburger SV in the relegation playoff
Bremen held by
BARCELONA---Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz
scored two goals and set up another in a 5-1 rout
at 10-man Osasuna yesterday as the Basque club
strengthened its grip on fourth place in the Spanish
Aritz started his strong performance by pressuring
Osasuna defender Jordan Loties into losing the ball,
leading to Markel Susaeta s third-minute opener.
Emiliano Armenteros caught Bilbao goalkeeper
Gorka Iraizoz out of position to level with a free kick
in the 10th, but six minutes later it was Osasuna goal-
keeper Andres Fernandez s turn to gift a goal to Aduriz
when he let a low cross slip through his hands.
Aduriz headed in Ander Herrera s cross in the 62nd.
He then set up Ibai Gomez in the 84th after Osasuna s
Alejandro Arribas had been dismissed with his second
yellow card. Bilbao substitute Kike Sola capped
Osasuna s first loss in six rounds in the 88th.
Bilbao has won its last seven league matches as it
consolidates its place in the last Champions League
Also, Almeria edged Getafe 1-0 courtesy of striker
Jonathan Zongo s second-half header to escape the
Almeria ended a streak of two consecutive losses
as it pushed Valladolid back down into the drop zone
with Rayo Vallecano and Real Betis.
Bilbao rolls past
Osasuna in Spain
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