* 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.
Well, that didn’t go according to plan. The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team suffered a 1-0 defeat against Panama to open Group B play in Saturday’s CONCACAF Championship match. Despite playing down a man for over 70 minutes, Panama managed to find a winner in the first half when Leandro Avila beat Jonathan Klinsmann off of a lobbed effort inside the penalty area. The U.S. was dealt a further blow in its first match of the tournament as captain and New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams was forced off at halftime with an apparent ankle injury. Adams was seen hobbling on crutches at the start of the second stanza, leaving his status for the rest of the competition uncertain. Jeremy Ebobisse
A roundup of Sunday’s action in Spain and Italy’s top flights… Barcelona 2-1 Leganes The Blaugrana were just minutes away from another disappointing result but Lionel Messi rescued his side on the brink of time with an opportune penalty kick. The Argentine attacker netted a brace on Sunday, which helped keep Barcelona within a point of league leaders Real Madrid at the top of Spain’s top flight. Messi entered his name on the scoresheet in the fourth minute before Unai Lopez equalized for the visitors in the 71st minute. The loss for Leganes keeps the club just two points above the relegation zone through 23 rounds of play. Real Sociedad 0-1 Villareal Samu Castillejo’s stoppage time winner kept