MILAN - Substitute Hernan Crespo scored
twice late in extra-time to give Parma a 2-1 comeback win over
Fiorentina in the Italian Cup last 16 on Tuesday.
After a goalless 90 minutes and first half of extra-time,
the game burst into life when Mario Santana struck for visitors
Fiorentina after Gaetano D'Agostino's shot had come back off the
Veteran Crespo equalised immediately when his shot went
through the hands of goalkeeper Vlada Avramov and two minutes
later the resurgent Argentine grabbed the winner.
Parma will play the winners of Palermo v Chievo in the
quarter-finals with the other last-16 ties taking place in
January when last season's Serie A top seven join the
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