Inter Milan keep Juve in sight with fourth straight win
MILAN (AFP) - Inter Milan maintained their pursuit of Serie A leaders Juventus with a 2-0 win over Catania as Francesco Totti-inspired Roma dominated a six-goal thriller against Genoa at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday.
Inter's fourth win on the trot came thanks to goals from Antonio Cassano and Argentina international Rodrigo Palacio and leaves Andrea Stramaccioni's side in fourth place only four points behind leaders Juventus.
The Nerazzurri face Juventus away on Nov 3, and Stramaccioni believes the match - coming after fixtures against Bologna and Sampdoria - could be a turning point for their season.
"Maybe after the Juve game we'll have a clearer idea of what lies in store for us this season," said Stramaccioni.