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PALO SECO AGRICULTURAL
MILAN---AC Milan fought back
from two goals down but lost 4-2
at home to Parma after playing
almost the entire Serie A match
with 10 men yesterday.
Former Milan striker Antonio Cas-
sano scored a brace, including a
penalty after Rossoneri goalkeeper
Christian Abbiati was sent off in the
fifth minute for bringing down Eze-
Adil Rami s header and a penalty
from Mario Balotelli saw Milan pull
level but Amauri and Jonathan Biabi-
any secured the win for Parma.
It was the second successive match
Milan has conceded four goals after
its hefty Champions League defeat
to Atletico Madrid.
There were protests outside San
Siro before the match, while Balotelli
was booed almost every time he
touched the ball.
Parma provisionally moved into
fifth spot, two points ahead of
Fiorentina which hosts Chievo
Serie A leader Juventus also plays
this evening, at Genoa.
Elsewhere, bottom club Sassuolo
beat 19th-place Catania 3-1 and
nine-man Livorno beat Bologna 2-
1 in tense relegation battles.
Bologna has replaced Livorno in
the bottom three.
Lazio won 2-0 at Catania while
earlier Atalanta eased to a 3-0 win
Milan got off to bad start when
Abbiati came rushing out of his area
and clattered into Schelotto. He was
shown a straight red card and sub-
stitute goalkeeper Marco Amelia s
first task was to pick the ball out of
the back of the net following Cas-
sano s penalty.
Balotelli almost leveled 10 minutes
later but he sidefooted a corner off
the base of the right post.
Cassano doubled his tally five min-
utes into the second half as he was
left in acres of space to control Afriyie
Acquah s cross and fire home.
Milan pulled one back shortly
before the hour when substitute Rami
got between two defenders to head
in Kaka s cross three minutes after
coming off the bench.
And Milan was surprisingly level
in the 75th minute after Joel Obi was
harshly judged to have brought down
Riccardo Montolivo in the area and
Balotelli converted the resulting
However, Amauri backeeled Sch-
elotto s cross in moments later and
Biabiany headed in seconds before
the final whistle to ensure Parma
extended its club record unbeaten
run to 16 matches.
Lazio remained five points behind
Parma after its win at 10-man
Lazio took the lead in the 19th
minute as Miroslav Klose flicked on
for Senad Lulic to race through one-
on-one with the goalkeeper and fire
past Vlada Avramov.
Cagliari should have leveled in the
68th after Alvaro Gonzalez fouled
Matias Vecino in the area but Mauri-
cio Pinilla drove his penalty wide of
the right post.
Lazio sealed the match seconds
later when Keita Balde drove Klose s
through-ball into the bottom right
Cagliari s misery was complete
when captain Daniele Conti was sent
off for an elbow on Lucas Biglia.
At the other end of the table, Sas-
suolo picked up its first win in nine
Catania, which had earlier hit the
post, went in front on the half hour
as Gonzalo Bergessio beat the offside
trap and placed an angled drive into
the far corner.
Halftime substitute Simone Zaza
leveled for Sassuolo, which took the
lead when Simone Missiroli was
allowed a free header on a corner.
Sassuolo was dominating and
Nicola Sansone sealed the match
two minutes from time.
Sassuolo swapped places with
Catania at the foot of the standings
and is three points from safety after
Livorno s win.
Marco Benassi and Paulinho
scored at the start of the second half
but Ibrahima Mbaye was sent off
with 10 minutes remaining after a
second yellow card for handball.
Innocent Emeghara was also dis-
missed for Livorno following another
booking for a foul on Archimede
Morleo five minutes from time and
Lazaros Christodoulopoulos con-
verted the resulting penalty.
SEATTLE---Ex-Tottenham striker Jer-
main Defoe scored twice in the first
half of his Major League Soccer debut
on Saturday, helping new-look Toron-
to FC hold off the Seattle Sounders
Defoe s debut upstaged the return
of US midfielder Michael Bradley to
MLS in his first game for Toronto. Defoe
and Bradley were the centerpieces of
a major offseason makeover by Toronto
that also included the acquisition of
Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar on loan.
All three made their season debut
against Seattle after Toronto had a bye
in the first week of the season. Defoe
had the most influence, giving Toronto
the lead in the 17th minute, then adding
a second goal seven minutes later from
a careless Seattle turnover.
"The most important thing is obvi-
ously winning the game," Defoe said.
"To score two goals in your debut, that s
Defoe s first MLS goal was a quick
counter when he was able to find space
between Seattle defenders DeAndre
Yedlin and Djimi Traore. Defoe received
a perfect pass from Jonathan Osorio as
he split the defenders and beat Stefan
Frei with the right-foot shot.
His second goal came in the 25th
when he swooped on a poor back pass
by Seattle s Marco Pappa.
Clint Dempsey scored in the 68th
minute for Seattle.
Parma's Antonio Cassano, left, vies for the ball with Verona's Domenico
Maietta, during their Serie A soccer match at Parma's Tardini stadium, Italy,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
AC Milan loses 4-2 at home
Defoe scores twice on debut
Toronto FC's Jermain Defoe, left, celebrates with goalkeeper Julio Cesar, right,
and midfielder Michael Bradley, centre, after they defeated the Seattle Sounders
2-1 in an MLS soccer match on Saturday in Seattle. AP PHOTO
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