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Italian Soccer Roundup

May 10, 1998

TURIN, Italy (AP) _ Juventus of Turin, behind three goals from Filippo Inzaghi, clinched its second straight Italian League title Sunday following a 3-2 victory against Bologna.

Thousands of Juventus fans stormed the field at Delle Alpi to celebrate the win. Juventus, which leads runner-up Inter Milan by seven points with one game remaining, won a record 25th title and its third in four years.

The Turin team, owned by the auto tycoon Agnelli family, finished with a record of 21-2-10 for 73 points. Inter was eliminated after 2-1 loss at Bari.

Inzaghi scored the game-winner with 10 minutes left, increasing his season total to 18 goals.

Inter, the new UEFA Cup champion, had fallen four points behind Juventus following a 1-0 defeat in the showdown with the Turin team two weeks ago.

In other games Sunday, Fiorentina trounced Lazio 4-1 to earn a UEFA Cup berth next season; AC Milan tied Parma 1-1; Empoli secured a place in the top division by beating Vicenza 3-2; Piacenza held Roma to a 3-3 tie; Brescia downed Napoli 2-1; Sampdoria tied Lecce 1-1; and Udinese defeated Atalanta 1-0.

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