Italy: Miroslav Klose scored two goals in two minutes to help Lazio move up to fourth in Serie A with a 3-0 win at Chievo Verona on Sunday after Inter Milan slumped to a 1-0 defeat at relegation-threatened Lecce.   

The Germany striker grabbed his brace in the 88th and 89th minutes to take his league tally for the season to 11 after Brazilian midfielder Hernanes had opened the scoring in the 21st.   

Uruguayan midfielder Guillermo Giacomazzi dented Inter's hopes with a low shot from close-range in the 40th minute at Lecce's Via del Mare stadium as Claudio Ranieri's side slipped to fifth in the table.    

Leaders Juventus beat third-placed Udinese 2-1 on Saturday to go four points clear of AC Milan, who were playing at home to Cagliari in Sunday's late match.   

Sixth-placed AS Roma were held 1-1 at home to Bologna while seventh-placed Napoli went down 3-2 at Genoa, who had led 3-0 before a late fightback by the visitors.    

In the Tuscan derby, Brazilian-born striker Amauri helped Fiorentina beat struggling Siena 2-1 on his club debut after signing from Juventus earlier in the week.   

Montenegrin Stevan Jovetic opened the scoring after four minutes and Cesare Natali put the home side 2-0 up with a header in the 63rd.   

Emanuele Calaio then grabbed a consolation goal from the penalty spot one minute from time after Serbian defender Matija Nastasic handled in the area.   

Fiorentina moved up to 10th place while Siena remained on the cusp of the relegation zone in 17th place, three points ahead of Lecce in 18th.   

A group of about 300 Fiorentina fans, unhappy with management and the team's form, had staged a protest outside the stadium before kickoff with banners declaring "Players and bosses you don't deserve our support" and "You must spend".