* Roma down Torino 4-1 to cut Juve's lead to seven points * Napoli stay third after beating Chievo 3-1 away * Inter's Gabigol gets first league goal in win at Bologna (Adds quotes, last match) Feb 19 (Reuters) - Second-placed AS Roma beat visitors Torino 4-1 and Napoli, who are third, eased to a 3-1 victory at Chievo on Sunday to keep alive their faint title hopes and maintain some pressure on Serie A leaders Juventus. Inter Milan reclaimed fourth place after Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa - nicknamed Gabigol - came on to score his first league goal as they snatched a 1-0 win at Bologna.
Three days after he was hired, Zdenek Zeman coached last-place Pescara to its first outright win of the season by a score of 5-0 — the first time the Abruzzo club has won with a five-goal margin in Serie A history. "All I can do is thank the lads because we only had three training sessions together but they showed that if we dedicate ourselves and if we stay focused we can do well," Zeman said after the victory over Genoa on Sunday. For its only other "victory" this season, Pescara was awarded a 3-0 win over Sassuolo in August because Sassuolo used an ineligible player.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho claims Paul Pogba will lose his status as the world's most expensive player in the summer. The France international, who left Old Trafford as a free agent in 2012, returned to the club after spending four years at Juventus. The Red Devils paid a world-record transfer fee of £89.3m ($110m) in August 2016.