2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
3-5-10, 17th in Italian Serie A
Zlatan back to his best with brace for AC Milan vs. Cagliari (1:48)
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'Champion' Ibra scores brace in AC Milan return

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice on his first Serie A start since returning from injury, helping his side to a 2-0 win at Cagliari.

Zlatan's second doubles AC Milan's advantage (1:05)
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Zlatan converts from the spot to give AC Milan the lead (0:45)
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Atalanta cruise to Coppa Italia quarters (1:43)
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Vlahovic gets Fiorentina back to winning ways (0:33)
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Benevento victory extends Cagliari's winless run (1:25)
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18dRob Dawson

Suarez, Godin demand FA overturn Cavani ban

Diego Godin and Luis Suarez have joined forces to condemn the FA ban handed to Edinson Cavani while also branding the FA "ignorant" and "racist."

Zielinski double powers Napoli to 4-1 rout of Cagliari (2:06)
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Lozano goal puts Napoli out of reach of Cagliari (0:36)
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Thunderbolt from Zielinski puts Napoli in front (0:38)
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AS Roma into third after narrow 3-2 win vs. Cagliari (2:00)
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Cagliari & Udinese share spoils in 1-1 draw (1:43)
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Lykogiannis bends in superb free kick for Cagliari (0:32)
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Michallik: Inter still lack composure in front of goal (1:38)
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Inter fight back against Cagliari to maintain title push (1:45)
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Inter Milan score late to beat Cagliari

Inter Milan scored three times in the last 15 minutes as they came from behind to win 3-1 at Cagliari in a dramatic Serie A match on Sunday.

Silvestri wonder-save rescues point for Hellas Verona (1:46)
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How Ivan Juric has got Hellas Verona ticking (1:54)
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Spezia convert late penalty to earn draw vs. Cagliari (0:30)
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Late goal sends Cagliari to Coppa Italia round of 16 (0:40)
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Ronaldo-Morata partnership brings balance Pirlo is after at Juve (1:24)
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Ronaldo braces fires Juve to second

Cristiano Ronaldo's first-half double allowed Juventus to climb to second in the Serie A standings with a 2-0 win over Cagliari.

Cristiano Ronaldo's brace helps Juventus cruise past Cagliari (1:35)
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RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference-13Tied-16th
Goals Scored23Tied-12th
Assists13Tied-15th
Goals Conceded3619th