* Champions Juve beat Lazio 2-0 with attacking line-up * Coach Allegri goes on the offensive after criticism * Inter edge Palermo for sixth straight league win (Updates with Roma v Cagliari) By Brian Homewood Jan 22 (Reuters) - Serie A leaders Juventus, their pride wounded by defeat at Fiorentina eight days ago, brushed aside Lazio 2-0 on Sunday after coach Massimiliano Allegri threw caution to the wind in response to criticism following last weekend's reverse. Second-placed AS Roma squeezed past Cagliari 1-0 thanks to Edin Dzeko's 14th league goal of the season to keep up the pressure and Inter Milan won their sixth successive league game as they beat Palermo by the same score in a rain-sodden match.
Catch all the goals scored in Serie A TIM 2016-17 match played between Roma vs Cagliari on January 23, 2017.
How swift the brisk winds become warm, seasons change, days become shorter, longer, and shorter again. And our hopes too, so transitory that we are never truly sure when they begin and when they end. Something is happening. Something that hasn’t happened since the beginning of the Garcia era. Remember? The 2013 campaign when Roma started with ten successive wins? Suddenly this team looks solid again. The Olimpico is an impenetrable fortress. Both tactically and mentally tenacious, Spalletti’s Roma is showing signs of being a true contender. Roma happened is a phrase less heard because, well, Roma isn’t happening. The fragility that once haunted this team seems dormant, for now. Ugly wins beside