Date: 19th October 2014 at 7:51pm
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Group A leaders Fiorentina lost there perfect record but will still remain unbeaten after a hard fought away draw.

La Viola traveled to Turin to take on Torino and it was the home side who quickly made a mark on the game taking the lead through Claudio Morra, Fiorentina hit back thanks to a Luzayadio Bangu penalty to make it level at half time.

Il Granata restored their advantage early in the second half when Simone Rosso netted and with time running out failed to hold onto the three points when Nicolo Gigli scored in the third minute of injury time to earn La Viola a point to keep the top of the group.

Parma got their first win of the season as they beat Sampdoria at home 2-1 and made it two consecutive defeats for the Blucerchiati. The Crociati went two goals ahead thanks to Ignacio Jeraldino and Solomon Nyantayi and, despite a goal from Andrea Corsini, held on for the win.

Varese lost for the third consecutive game and also third game without scoring as they went down to an early Spezia penalty scored by Niccolo Giannetti. Trapani remain bottom and the only team win less after they traveled to Modena and lost by a single goal scored by Emmanuel Besea.

Ten man Carpi lost their first game in three 2-0 away at Virtus Entella with goals from David Paliaga and Hector Lafuente. Pro Vercelli failed to make a man advantage pay for over 40 minutes as they lost at home to Bologna 2-1, the away side took a two goal lead with goals from Nicolo Scalini and Adam Masina either side of Matteo Martini’s second yellow and despite a Riccardo Armato penalty held on with ten men for three points.

Genoa’s game against Juventus was postponed due to international call ups.

In Group B, Inter made it five wins out of five as the beat Cittadella and remain the team to beat.

Primavera top scorer George Puscas started the scoring with his tenth goal of the season just before half time and a injury time goal from substitute Micheal Ventre made it a comfortable win for the league leaders.

Udinese sit in second place after an eventful game away to Cagliari, the Zebrette took an early lead thanks to Marko Matic but finished the game with ten men after substitute Alberto Bonilla received two yellow cards in four minutes.

Chievo came from a goal down to beat Perugia 2-1, Kevin Yamga’s sixth goal of the season and a Matteo Gallo strike cancelled out Marco Boscolo’s opener.

Meanwhile, the other Verona club Hellas suffered an away defeat to ten man Cesena, goals from Davide Mordini, Gabrielle Moncini and Gianmarco Pierfederici secured a comfortable win for the Cavallucci Marini.

Pescara fans were treated to four goals and a injury time equalizer as they drew 2-2 with Brescia, a 93rd minute leveller by Christian Ventola grabbed the Delfini a late point.

Virtus Lanciano remain pointless and bottom after losing away to Sassuolo 3-0, Ettore Gliozzi, Marcello Serini and Pietro Martino the scorers. 

AC Milan with three wins out of three so far this season had their game postponed against Atalanta due to international call ups, and remain six points behind their city rivals but with two games in hand.

Group C had a depleted program with the Rome derby between Lazio and Roma, plus Latina against Napoli both postponed due to international call ups but goals were not in short supply.

Game of the group was between bottom of the table Vicenza hosting Bari, it was the visitors who nearly threw away a three goal advantage. Three first half goals from the Galletti left them in a comfortable position, but a fight back from Vicenza meant that Bari needed a fourth goal from Vicenzo Leonetti to secure the points with his fourth goal of the season in a 4-3 win.

Ternana hosted Palermo and the home side eventually secured the points after a 3-2 win, the Rosanero twice leveled but were unable to respond to Russini’s 78th minute winner.

Empoli hosted Frosinone and Catania welcomed Crotone with both games finishing level at 1-1.

Livorno traveled to Avellino and came away with a comfortable 2-0 victory Luca Simonetti and Giuseppe Morelli the scorers.