* 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.
Feb 19 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the Serie A matches on Sunday Sunday, February 19 AC Milan 2 Fiorentina 1 AS Roma 4 Torino 1 Bologna 0 Inter Milan 1 Chievo Verona 1 Napoli 3 Pescara
Luciano Spalletti said Roma are benefiting from a player who believes he is a "top striker" after Edin Dzeko continued his fine form in front of goal for the capital club. After scoring a hat-trick in the Europa League during the week, Dzeko was at it again as Roma routed Torino 4-1 in Serie A action on Sunday. Dzeko broke the deadlock in the 10th minute, taking his Serie A tally to 19 goals, having netted 10 times in his past seven games in all competitions.