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Juve beat Lazio in Coppa Italia semifinal 1st leg

Juventus earned a 2-0 advantage over Lazio in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final on Tuesday when forwards Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic both scored for Massimiliano Allegri's side in the second half.

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Mourinho compares himself to Harry Potter

AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho has called himself "Jose 'Harry Potter' Mourinho" and suggested he has raised expectations of what the club can achieve.

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Lazio get partial stadium ban for racist chanting

Lazio have been punished with a partial stadium closure for racist chants during their Coppa Italia victory against city rivals Roma, while players from both teams were given bans on Friday.

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Milik hat trick, McKennie assists propel Juve win

An Arkadiusz Milik hat trick and two assists from Weston McKennie helped Juventus earn a 4-0 win over promoted Serie A side Frosinone in Coppa Italia on Thursday to seal a spot in the semifinals.

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Mourinho blames VAR for feisty Rome derby loss

Jose Mourinho hit out at VAR and what he called a "penalty suited to modern football" after his Roma side lost 1-0 to capital rivals Lazio in a heated Coppa Italia quarterfinal clash on Wednesday.

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Inter knocked out of Coppa Italia by Bologna

Serie A leaders Inter Milan were beaten 2-1 at home by Bologna in Coppa Italia last 16 on Wednesday after an array of wasted chances saw Simone Inzaghi's side crash out of the competition following an extra time.

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Claudio Ranieri takes Cagliari back into Serie A (1:08)
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Lukaku reps demand action after racist incident

Romelu Lukaku's management company reacted with outrage after he was sent off for a gesture to Juventus fans who directed racist chants at him.