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MILAN - Juventus beat Roma 3-2 in a fiery clash to take sole lead of Serie A on Sunday as the capital side dropped its first points of the season. Andrew Triggs Jersey .Leonardo Bonucci scored the winner four minutes from time with a screamer into the bottom left corner from just outside the area, although teammate Arturo Vidal was in a clear offside position.Its certainly my best and most important goal, Bonucci said. Its worth three very valuable points ... We made very few mistakes and they punished us with the only chance we allowed them. But at the end we reaffirmed that, in Italy, Juve is the strongest.Roma defender Kostas Manolas and Juventus striker Alvaro Morata were sent off following a brawl shortly after Bonuccis strike.Juventus early goals had been controversial as Carlos Tevez converted two debatable first-half penalties. Juan Iturbe had given Roma the lead after Francesco Totti levelled from the spot.Roma coach Rudi Garcia was sent to the stands for ironically pretending to play a violin after the first penalty.I prefer to talk about the game, Garcia said. There were so many incidents, but we lost partly through our own fault. We had two great chances which we didnt score with. I dont feel beaten, its a shame that here they make the penalty area slightly larger.Juventus became the first Serie A side to win 22 consecutive home matches and went into the international break three points ahead of Roma, with Sampdoria a point further back following a 1-0 victory over Atalanta.In the evening matches, Inter Milan lost by three goals for the second successive match as it was beaten 3-0 at Fiorentina. Napoli, meanwhile, came from behind to win 2-1 against Torino.Udinese slipped to fourth after a late penalty saw it held to a 1-1 draw by Cesena, while Lazio edged Sassuolo 3-2 in a match where both teams were reduced to 10 men.A late goal also saw 10-man Genoa win 2-1 at Parma, which fell to a third successive defeat.Earlier, in an encounter between newly promoted sides, Empoli cruised past Palermo 3-0 for its first win of the season.Both Juventus and Roma had maximum points coming into the match after winning their opening five fixtures.Andrea Pirlo recovered from injury to make his first appearance of the season and the midfield maestro had a hand in Juventus 27th minute opener as his free kick was handled by Douglas Maicon in the wall.The referee initially gave another free kick on the edge of the area but changed his mind after consulting with his assistants and pointed to the penalty spot. Tevez fired the spot kick into the left side of goal.Roma levelled moments later with a penalty of its own after Totti was bundled over by Stephan Lichtsteiner and the veteran forward converted.It was the first goal Juventus had conceded in the league since April, a run of eight victories with clean sheets.The visitors then took the lead a minute from halftime when Iturbe burst into the box to fire home a fantastic through ball from Gervinho.However, Juventus levelled with another controversial penalty as Miralem Pjanics foul on Paul Pogba was adjudged to have been inside the area and Tevez converted again with an exact copy of his first spot kick.Both sides had chances to take the lead before Bonuccis winner.Inter was looking to bounce back from last weeks embarrassing 4-1 loss to struggling Cagliari but Khouma Babacar sent an unstoppable 25-yard strike into the top left corner in the seventh minute and Juan Cuadrado doubled Fiorentinas lead with an equally stunning goal 12 minutes later.Nenad Tomovic sealed the result in the 77th with a great solo effort. They were the first goals Fiorentina has scored at home in the league this season.Former Napoli striker Fabio Quagliarella appeared to be offside when he raced forward to give Torino the lead against his hometown club with an angled drive. He didnt celebrate but was still booed by the Napoli fans who have not forgiven him for leaving to Juventus.Napoli, which was booed off the pitch at halftime, twice hit the woodwork before Lorenzo Insigne levelled with a powerful header. The young forward, who has endured a lot of criticism recently, burst into tears.Jose Callejons deflected strike secured the win for Napoli.In Udine, Bruno Fernandes looked to have handed the home side the win when he finished off a strong solo run with an angled drive into the bottom right corner, shortly after the hour mark.However, Emmanuel Cascione levelled from the spot in stoppage time after Silvan Widmer brought down Diego Rodriguez. Custom Oakland Athletics Jerseys . Dragic was a game-time decision because of a sore right ankle that had kept him out of Wednesdays loss at Utah, but played all but the last 10 seconds of the second half in the first 40-point game for a Phoenix player since Amare Stoudemires 44 on March 19, 2010. Joe Morgan Jersey . Kamloops, B.C., the host city of this years Tim Hortons Brier, is where he won his first Canadian mens curling crown in 1996. Canadas Brad Jacobs got off to a winning start at the Olympic curling competition on Monday, taking the lead for good by scoring three in the fourth end, en route to an 11-8 victory over a never-say-die John Jahr of Germany in Sochi. Jacobs scored two in the first end, but Jahr briefly took charge with two in the second end and two more in the third. Jacobs, from Sault. Marie, Ont., gave Canada some breathing room, following his bbig fourth end by adding two more points in the fifth to go up 7-4. Jose Canseco Jersey. Germany trimmed the margin to two when Jahr scored one in the sixth end, before Canada tacked on two more in the seventh to take a 9-5 lead. Jahr stared at five Canadian stones in the house with the final shot of the eighth end and scored one. He then stole two in the ninth end, before Jacobs ended the match by scoring two in the tenth. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '