ROME – The picture of the Italian Cup quarter-finals is complete. The last to qualify in order of time was Roma thanks to the 2-0 success on the Parma field. A few hours before Fiorentina had qualified for the quarterfinals of the Italian Cup, thanks to the 2-1 trimmed at Atalanta, Milan, thanks to the dry 3-0 inflicted on Spal, and Juventus, thanks to the success for 4- 0 against Udinese at the Allianz Stadium in Turin. The Serie A League has released the program for the next Serie A quarterfinals. Here are the dates, times and where to watch the matches on TV:
Tuesday 21 January at 8.45pm: Naples-Lazio (Raiuno)
Napoli has qualified thanks to the success for two to zero against Perugia signed by the brace on the penalty kick of captain Lorenzo Insigne. Lazio caught the Campania after having scrambled the Cremonese for four to zero. Patric, Parolo, Immobile and Bastos online.
Wednesday 22 January at 8.45pm: Juventus-Rome (Raiuno)
Juventus qualified for the Italian Cup quarter-finals thanks to a four-to-zero victory over Udinese. Cristiano Ronaldo was missing, stopped for a sinusitis, but Higuain gave a show with a goal and Dybala with a brace. Juventus' fourth goal was scored by Douglas Costa on a penalty kick. Higuain unlocked the game after a triangulation of applause with Dybala, then Joya climbed into the chair.
Dybala earned and turned a penalty kick, then, with an assist from Higuain, he hit a shot at Del Piero which sent the Juventus fans into ecstasy. The match was closed by Douglas Costa's penalty kick.
In the second half, before Dybala's second goal, the referee canceled the possible three's goal to zero for an offside position of Higuain at the time of the winning tap.
Roma chased the crisis by winning on the Parma field thanks to Lorenzo Pellegrini's brace. The first goal was signed on an assist by Nikola Kalinic, the second on a penalty awarded for a handball by Barillà on a cross by Alessandro Florenzi.
Tuesday 28 January at 8.45pm: Milan-Turin (Raiuno)
Everything is easy for Milan against Spal. The Rossoneri kept Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Rafael Leao at rest but they still won 3 to 0 thanks to goals from Piatek, Castillejo and Theo Hernandez. Torino suffered against Genoa but eventually eliminated him after the penalty shootout lottery.
Wednesday 29 January at 8.45 pm: Inter-Fiorentina (Raiuno).
Inter won 4 to 1 against Cagliari thanks to a brace from Lukaku and goals from Borja Valero and Ranocchia. Fiorentina won by measure against Atalanta thanks to Cutrone 's first goal in the purple jersey and to the marking of Lirola.
All the matches of the Italian Cup quarter-finals will be broadcast live on Rai Uno and live streaming on the State TV website for people who cannot be in front of the television at that time.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano