MILAN - Palermo overcame Parma
5-4 on penalties on Tuesday following a 0-0 draw after extra-time to progress to the Italian Cup semi-finals.
Hosts Palermo had the better chances in the 120 minutes but
only prevailed thanks to Francesco Valiani's missed spotkick.
Parma surprisingly fielded the weaker side of the two but
even the introduction of striker Hernan Crespo towards the end
of the second half of normal time failed to break the deadlock
Sampdoria host Serie A leaders AC Milan and old boy Antonio
Cassano on Wednesday when new signing Urby Emanuelson
may earn his Rossoneri debut. Holders Inter Milan go to Napoli
in the third quarter-final later in the day.
Juventus entertain AS Roma in the final last eight encounter
on Thursday with Italian football's big guns appearing to
take the much-maligned competition more seriously this term.
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