Milan miss out on going top
Thursday 02 February 2012
Milan missed their chance to go top of Serie A last night as they went down 2-0 to Lazio.
With leaders Juventus unable to play their match at Parma on Tuesday due to the ongoing cold snap, Milan had the opportunity to go above them at the summit but instead went down to late goals in Rome. Hernanes put Lazio ahead in the 76th minute before Tommaso Rocchi capped off a good evening for the hosts with five minutes remaining.
Udinese moved to within two points of Milan and three of Juve with a 2-1 victory over Lecce, Antonio Di Natale getting their winner. Internazionale's Diego Milito scored four times but his side were held 4-4 by Palermo.
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