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Doomed Parma's surprise revival came to an end at Genoa as the Rossoblu claimed a 2-0 victory at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.FIFA Coins.
Bankrupt and well adrift at the bottom of Serie A for many months, Parma somehow found the pluck to secure a draw at Inter Milan before beating Udinese and then champions-elect Juventus to inspire a glimmer of hope. But notching a third straight win was a bridge too far and goals in either half from Iago Falque and Leonardo Pavoletti at the Marassi condemned Parma to their 21st defeat of the season.
Genoa rose to seventh in the table on the back of a second consecutive victory, and a UEFA Europa League place is now only six points away. Falque flashed Parma an early warning by nutmegging Zouhair Feddal to create a one-on-one with Antonio Mirante, from which he shot well wide.
His aim was true in the 14th minute, however. Striker Marco Borriello won back possession in the Parma half before supplying Falque, who fired an unstoppable left-footed drive past the stranded Mirante.
Genoa kept pushing forward and Alassane Tambe was only denied the second goal by quick thinking from Feddal as he looked to head home Diego Perotti's cross to the far post. Then, just after the half-hour mark, Falque freed up Pavoletti for another one-on-one. This time the effort was much worse than the Spaniard's first and Parma somehow reached the break only one goal down.Buy FIFA Coins.