Juventus celebrated at Sassuolo with 2-0, courtesy of two first half goals, Higuain opened the scoring in the 9th minute and Khedira sealed the final 2-0 result already in the 25th minute. With new three points Juventus made a four point gap at the top, considering that neither of his companions at the top didn’t celebrate on Sunday. The Bianconeri have played a game less, and the gap could jump to seven points clear.
Vincenzo Montella’s men took an early lead at the Stadio Communale Friuli through Giacomo Bonaventura, but Udinese fought back and in the end managed to end their four game stretch without a win. Théréau leveled the score in the 31st minute while De Paul in the 73rd secured a win for the home side.
Same faith as AC Milan suffered and the second placed team, Roma, and with a new slip, increased the gap towards the leading team, Juventus. The Giallorossi took the lead in the 5th minute trough Bruno Peres, but the home team responded in the 21st minute trough Praet. New lead for the guests, brought Edin Dzeko in the 66th minute, but Sampdoria fought back and in space of just two minutes, leveled the score again, trough Schick, while early after that trough Muriel scored a winner.
Napoli unexpectedly dropped two points at home against the bottom placed team, Palermo. Nestorovski in the 6th minute scored an opener for the guests, while Mertens in the 66th scored for the final, 1-1.
Serie A table