Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan believes Roma deserve to be second in the Serie A table after he scored twice in a 3-1 win over Inter Milan which closed the gap on leaders Juventus to seven points. Nainggolan scored with two fine strikes to give the visitors a 2-0 lead before Mauro Icardi marked his return from suspension with Inter's goal nine minutes from time at San Siro. But a Diego Perotti penalty three minutes later sealed the win for Roma and Nainggolan hailed his side's performance. "We're proving that we deserve to be where we are,'' Nainggolan told the Roma website. "We produced a great performance tonight against a top side. It's never easy to win here and I think we deserved the
Feb 26 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the Serie A matches on Sunday Sunday, February 26 Chievo Verona 2 Pescara 0 Crotone 1 Cagliari 2 Genoa 1 Bologna 1 Inter Milan 1 AS Roma 3 Lazio
Zlatan Ibrahimovic bolstered a remarkable personal record by inspiring Manchester United to win the League Cup in Sunday’s final against Southampton. The 35-year-old striker has lifted silverware in every season since his first year at Ajax during the 2001/02 campaign, in a streak which now stretches back 15 years. Ibrahimovic had already tasted success at Wembley this season having scored the winning goal in August’s Community Shield victory over Premier League champions Leicester City.