Parma vs. Bologna: Bolognese beat Juventus, 5-3

Bologns, Italy (AP) A 3-2 win by Bolognians over Juventus at the Juventus Stadium on Sunday afternoon ended the Bianconeri’s two-game winless streak at the Stadio Olimpico.

Juve came from behind to earn the 1-0 win and are now nine points behind third-placed Inter.

Juventus are the reigning Serie A champions, with seven wins from nine matches.

Brugge and AC Milan are also in the hunt for third and fourth place.

Juarez coach Diego Simeone said he was pleased with the result, saying Bolognas’ defence held up well to the pressure.

“We didn’t concede any goals,” he said.

“The best thing about the match was the fact that we played in the first half and they kept us honest.”

Inter defender Francesco Totti was also on the bench for the game.

Juventus, who won last year’s Champions League final, have only won twice in their past nine games.

BOLOGNA (4-2-3-1): Francesco D’Alessandro, Alessandro Diamanti, Giorgio Moratti, Giuseppe Farina, Alessio Brizzi, Gianluca Zambrotta, Gennaro Gattuso, Gianluigi Buffon, Federico Bernardeschi, Alessia Carrera.

Subs not used: Giorgetto Bianchi, Stefano Bonaventura, Stefania Piacentini, Giampaolo Gazzaniga, Alessandra Ticheli.

Coach: Diego SIMEONE (3-3)

Bologns, Italy (AP) A 3-2 win by Bolognians over Juventus at the Juventus Stadium on Sunday afternoon ended the Bianconeri’s…