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AC Milan 2, Lazio of Rome 2, tie

March 14, 1993

ROME (AP) _ Cristiano Bergodi scored on a diving header with four minutes remaining Sunday to give Lazio of Rome a 2-2 tie with first-place AC Milan in the Italian League.

AC Milan (17-0-6) extended its record league unbeaten streak to 57 games and maintained its 11-point lead over second-place Internazionale of Milan (10-4-9), which tied AS Roma 1-1. On Wednesday, AC Milan lost for the first time in 11 months, falling to AS Roma 2-0 in the first leg of the Italian Cup semifinals.

Jean-Pierre Papin put AC Milan ahead in ninth minute with his 12th goal of the season, and an own goal by Aron Winter made it 2-0 with eight minutes left in the first half.

Paul Gascoigne scored one minute later for Lazio and Bergodi’s goal tied the score.

In other games, Torino tied Atalanta of Bergamo 1-1, Ancona tied Parma 1-1, Brescia beat Juventus of Turin 2-0, Sampdoria of Genoa beat Cagliari 2-0, Fiorentina beat Pescara 2-0, Napoli beat Udinese 3-0 and Genoa played a scoreless tie with Foggia.

At Milan, Claudio Caniggia scored off a loose ball in the penalty area in the 66th minute. Ruben Sosa had put Internazionale ahead two minutes into the second half.

At Turin, Carlos Aguilera scored in the final minute of the first half, but Torino goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani fumbled a long-range shot from Maurizio Codispoti in the 66th minute

At Brescia, Florin Radiciuio scored in the 22nd minute for the home team and set up a goal by Marco Rossi in the 70th.

At Cagliari, Roberto Mancini scored in the 25th and 71st minutes for Sampdoria and increased his goal total to 13.

At Florence, Stefan Effenberg and Gabriel Batistuta scored second-half goals for Fiorentina.

At Naples, Ciro Ferrara, Roberto Policano and Daniel Fonseca scored second- half goals for Napoli.