Matchday 29 in Serie A saw 27 goals over the ten matches including five in three matches as Udinese and Bologna both scored four. We take a look at how the results affected the top scorers in the league.
Edin Dzeko scored his 21st goal of the season as Roma beat Sassuolo 3-1 at the Stadio Olimpico to stay eight points behind Juventus.
It’s his second goal in as many games after going two games without scoring. In the long run though he’s now scored eight goals in his last nine appearances.
He’s now one goal behind Torino’s Aldrea Belotti after the striker failed to score this week.
Napoli are hot on the heels of Roma, they’re just two points behind them now and maintained the gap with a 3-2 win over Empoli.
Dries Mertens whipped in a beautiful free-kick as Napoli went 2-0 up, the winger now has 20 goals for the season.
It’s his fourth goal in three games and he needs one more goal to equal his best scoring season; the 2011/12 season he had with PSV.
Fiorentina are falling off the pace to reach the Europa League for next season, but they claimed a vital three points as Nikola Kalinic scored a last-minute winner against Crotone.
The striker now has 14 goals this season and is in seventh place on the top scorers list.
The 29-year-old is having his best season for eight years, you have to go back to when he was playing for HNK Hajduk Split in Croatia for a higher goal tally.