Roma battled through snowy conditions and earned a hard-fought 3-2 win over a spirited Atalanta side, Juventus put three goals past Siena, and Cagliari took Torino 4-3 in Sunday's Serie A action.
Italy striker Pablo Osvaldo and Miralem Pjanic scored a goal apiece late in the second half to hand Roma a welcome 2-0 win at home to Torino.
Bosnia-Herzegovina kept up their 100 per cent record as a Zvejzdan Misimovic brace saw them towards a 4-1 win over Latvia in FIFA World Cup™ qualifying.
Shane Long scored a decisive header in the 78th-minute to seal Republic of Ireland a 1-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina in their international friendly ahead of their UEFA EURO 2012 campaign.
Roma charged towards an eventual 5-1 victory over Cesena by scoring three times in the opening eight minutes with captain Francesco Totti scoring his 210th and 211th goals to break the single club scoring record.
Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Safet Susic, a former Paris Saint-Germain star who has lived in the French capital for three decades, looks forward to tomorrow evening's UEFA EURO 2012 qualifier.