Juventus pulled away from Napoli at the top of Italy's Serie A with a 4-1 thrashing of Roma as hosts Parma held a seemingly resurgent AC Milan to a 1-1 draw on Saturday.
Juventus' forward Alessandro Matri controls the ball during an Italian Serie A football match against Roma at the Juventus stadium in Turin. Juventus won 4-1.
Roma coach Zdenek Zeman had helped stoke the fires in the days leading up to the Juve match with comments on an autobiography by former Serie A player Matias Almeyda which revived Juventus's murky doping past.
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