Roma boosted its bid for second place in Serie A and automatic entry into the Champions League with a 4-1 win at Pescara, which was mathematically relegated on Monday.
The Michigan football team is spending the week in Italy, and nobody is having a better time than head coach Jim Harbaugh. The team spent the past day touring Rome. Harbaugh, who was dressed in game-day attire (like always), broke out a football and started playing catch in the middle of a shopping mall. The mall cops were not happy with such behavior and told Harbaugh to stop. Harbaugh also purchased a selfie stick, officially making himself the ultimate tourist. Harbaugh unsurprisingly loved the selfie stick. A Nigerian refugee asked Harbaugh why American football is called "football" when it primarily involves hands. Harbaugh was stumped by the question. "I don't know. Good point," Harbaugh
Massimiliano Allegri feels Juventus are not a "perfect machine" just yet but is delighted with the way their season has panned out so far. The reigning Italian champions beat Genoa 4-0 on Sunday to move 11 points clear of second-placed Roma in the race for the Serie A title, having booked their ticket to the Champions League semi-finals in midweek. Juve had already secured a place in the Coppa Italia final and Allegri is over the moon with their 2016-17 campaign to date, but warned they have not achieved anything yet.