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  24/05/2011: Serie A 2010-11 Performance
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The 2010–11 Serie A is the 79th season since its establishment, the first under a league committee separate from Serie B. It began on 28 August 2010 and ended on 22 May 2011.
 
AC Milan won the 2010–11 Serie A and their 18th league title overall with a scoreless draw away to AS Roma on 7 May 2011.

Three teams will be playing directly on Group Stage in UEFA Champions League 2011-12: AC Milan, Internazionale, and Napoli. Udinese has to go through qualifying stage.

Three teams will be playing in Europa League 2011-12: SS Lazio, AS Roma, and Palermo.

Three teams has been relegated, they were Bari, Brescia, and Sampdoria.

The following are some 2010-11 Serie A team performances and statistics:

Longest Win Sequence:
SS Lazio - 5 games
AC Milan - 5 games

Longest Unbeaten Sequence:
Juventus - 13 games
Udinese - 13 games

Longest Losing Sequence:
Bari - 6 games

Longest Winless Sequence:
Bari - 12 games

Biggest Home Win:
Cagliari 5-1 AS Roma
Napoli 4-0 Sampdoria
Udinese 4-0 Lecce
Catania 4-0 Palermo
AC Milan 4-0 Parma
AC Milan 4-0 Lecce
Internazionale 4-0 Bari
Juventus 4-0 Lecce 

Biggest Away Win:
Palermo 0-7 Udinese 

Highest Team Score:
Palermo 0-7 Udinese 

Highest Aggregate Score:
Internazionale 5-3 AS Roma
AC Milan 4-4 Udinese 

Games won by:
1 goal margin - 158
2 goals margin - 87
3 goals margin - 26
4 goals margin - 11
5+ goals margin - 1

Aggregate Attendance: 9,059,858

Average Attendance: 24,031

Highest Gate:
AC Milan v Cagliari  - 80,018

Lowest Gate:
Brescia v Fiorentina - 3,000
Brescia v Bari - 3,000

(Ali Alkatiri)


 
 
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