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Lapadula reduced the deficit five minutes later, curling into the bottom corner and Milan had a good chance to level when it was awarded an indirect free kick six yards out from goal after Skorupski got the ball, put it down and picked it back up again.However, with all the Empoli players on the line, Milan couldn't equalize."We have a point more than last season, even though we played in the Champions League, even though we lost (Gonzalo) Higuain at the beginning of the season and Milik for four months, so I think the team has had an extraordinary season until now." After an even first half, Napoli broke the deadlock seven minutes after the break thanks to a rare header from Dries Mertens.It was the diminutive Belgian's 22nd league goal of the season — as many as he had scored in total in his three previous seasons at Napoli.However, Napoli gifted Sassuolo the equalizer seven minutes later as Marek Hamsik's terrible headed backpass to Pepe Reina was intercepted by Domenico Berardi, who fired home from close range.Mertens almost immediately restored his side's lead but saw his free kick come off the crossbar, while Lorenzo Insigne's effort also hit the inside of the post for Napoli.The result left it five points behind 17th-placed Empoli and safety with five matches remaining.Elsewhere, Torino won 3-1 at Chievo Verona, while Udinese beat Cagliari 2-1.
Our friends at Football Whispers have come up with a top ten."If we relate everything to the result, it didn't go well but I shouldn't do that," Milan coach Vincenzo Montella said."We created 15 chances, it's difficult to create more in Serie A." Empoli took a surprise lead five minutes from halftime when Levan Mchedlidze headed in a corner.The England defender was sent off after 13 minutes of the Blues’ shock 3-2 home defeat to Burnley.
Meanwhile, the theme of change continued at Manchester United where the departed Wayne Rooney was succeeded by veteran midfielder Michael Carrick.Ciro Immobile scored two in as many minutes to put Lazio 2-0 up inside 10 minutes, before Keita's quickfire treble — including a penalty — ensured the match was all but over with less than half an hour played.