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Football: Relegation-haunted Bologna dent Inter's Euro hopes

Argentine striker Diego Milito missed a late penalty as Inter Milan's Europa League hopes were kept in check by a 2-2 draw with relegation-threatened Bologna at the San Siro on Saturday. Inter remained fifth with a three-point lead on Parma but the pressure is now on coach Walter Mazzarri, whose side have now failed to win in their last four league outings. Mauro Icardi scored a brace for the hosts and after just six minutes allayed early fears when he got on the end of Yuto Nagatomo's cross from the left to sweep a volley past Gianluca Curci.

Football: Milan's Essien ruled out with thigh injury

AC Milan's Ghanaian midfielder Michael Essien is facing two weeks on the sidelines after suffering a thigh injury, the Serie A side announced on Thursday. The 31-year-old, who replaced Sulley Muntari halfway through Milan's win over Chievo last weekend after his compatriot suffered an ankle knock, will undergo further tests in 10 days time. A statement by Milan said: "AC Milan wishes to communicate that Michael Essien has picked up an injury to his right thigh. "The player will undergo further tests in 10 days time."

Football: Ibra out for at least four weeks, says PSG president

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi told French radio on Thursday that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to be out for "at least four weeks" due to injury. The Swede came off midway through the second half of PSG's 3-1 win against Chelsea in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday clutching the back of his right thigh and was due to undergo tests on Thursday. "He is having an MRI scan at the moment and we're awaiting the results," Al-Khelaifi told RMC. "But I think he will be out for at least four weeks."

Football: Ailing Milan open to foreign investment - report

AC Milan have paved the way for foreign investment by admitting they could sell up to 30 percent of the club, while reports that Gazprom were an interested party were played down by the Russian energy giant on Thursday. For the second successive season, Milan have struggled to live up to expectations in Serie A leading to reports that club owner and president Silvio Berlusconi could eventually sell up.

Football: Serie A results

Serie A result on Tuesday: Roma 4 (Gervinho 12, Totti 16, Pjanic 49, Taddei 82) Parma 2 (Acquah 15, Biabiany 90) afp

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although with Juventus having dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect them to falter. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Serie A results

Serie A result on Wednesday: Roma 4 (Gervinho 12, Totti 16, Pjanic 49, Taddei 82) Parma 2 (Acquah 15, Biabiany 90) afp

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Tuesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.

Football: Roma keep faint title hopes alive with win

Roma kept alive their slim hopes of wresting the Serie A title from Juventus with a 4-2 win over Parma in the capital on Wednesday. The result left Roma eight points behind the champions with seven games remaining, although as Juve have dropped only 12 points in 31 matches so far, it would be a tall order to expect the Old Lady of Turin to falter from here. But Roma did at least ensure that they need only one more point to secure one of Italy's three Champions League qualification positions for next season.
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