Milan's late shock leaves Italian title in Juve's hands
Unbeaten Juventus leapfrogged Milan to lead Serie A by a point after winning 2-0 at Palermo, Leonardo Bonucci and Fabio Quagliarella scoring in the second half. Champions Milan suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat to struggling Fiorentina at San Siro, where Carvalho Amauri's winner came in the 89th minute. "Now we don't have to rely on anything from anyone else," Juve's head coach, Antonio Conte, said after his team went top for the first time since February.
In Spain, Lionel Messi scored twice in Barcelona's 4-1 win at Real Zaragoza to become the first player to score 60 goals for a top-flight European club in a season since Gerd Muller's 67 for Bayern Munich in 1972-73. Messi has at least 10 games remaining this season to surpass the great German's tally.
Borussia Dortmund won 3-1 at Wolfsburg to maintain a three-point lead in the Bundesliga before Wednesday's crucial match with second-placed Bayern, who beat Augsburg 2- 1.
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