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Juventus beaten by visiting Udinese in Italian league

ROME -- AS Roma took over sole possession of first place in the Italian league Sunday with a 2-0 win at Reggina.

Juan scored in his league debut in the 51st minute and Roma captain Francesco Totti added his second goal of the season in the 85th after Reggina was reduced to 10 men. In its first three games, Roma has scored seven goals and allowed none.

Juventus, which entered tied for the lead with Roma, lost to visiting Udinese 1-0. Fresh off a two-goal performance for Italy's national team, Antonio Di Natale headed a shot past Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in the 47th. The best Juventus could manage was two shots off the post by Alessandro Del Piero.

Juventus midfielder Mauro Camoranesi exited in the first half with an apparent muscle problem.

"We had our chances and we didn't take advantage," Juventus coach Claudio Ranieri said. "Until Camoranesi went out, we were organized and playing well. In the second half, we had trouble."

Defending champion Inter Milan beat Catania 2-0 with goals from Hernan Crespo and Cesar.

Roma leads with nine points, followed by Inter with seven and newly promoted Napoli and Juventus with six each. After losing its opening game, Napoli beat Sampdoria 2-0 for its second straight win. Former Juventus forward Marcelo Zalayeta and Marek Hamsik scored for Napoli.

MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester City moved into second place in the English Premier League with a 1-0 win over Aston Villa.

Michael Johnson scored the only goal in the 48th minute, keeping City perfect at home with three wins in three games.

John Carew nearly scored for Villa, but he missed a close header shortly after City took the lead. In the 73rd, Aston Villa striker Luke Moore had a goal disallowed.

MADRID, Spain -- FC Barcelona was held to a 0-0 tie by Osasuna, falling four points behind Spanish league leader Real Madrid.

Barcelona, last season's runner-up, played without injured Samuel Eto'o and rested Lionel Messi. And it struggled to create chances in its second goalless draw on the road this season.

Frederic Kanoute and Alexander Kerzhakov each scored two goals to give Sevilla a 4-1 win over Recreativo Huelva in its first home game since the death of Antonio Puerta. The 22-year-old midfielder died of prolonged cardiac arrest in a hospital three days after Sevilla beat Getafe 4-1 on Aug. 25.

Atletico Madrid remained winless this season after being held to a 1-1 tie by Murcia.

Teenage forward Sergio Aguero gave Atletico the lead in the 13th minute with a shot that went in off the post, but Francisco Gallardo tied the score in the 83rd after slipping past defender Mariano Pernia and scoring with a low shot.

Atletico, which brought in nine players in the offseason but lost captain Fernando Torres to Liverpool, has earned only two points from three games.

Mallorca lost its unbeaten record when it fell to Villarreal 1-0. Substitute Nihat Kahveci scored an 83rd-minute goal direct from a free kick.

Real Madrid leads the league with nine points -- three more than Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal. Barcelona, Murcia and Santander have five points each.

BERLIN -- Karlsruher SC upset VfL Wolfsburg 2-1 in the Bundesliga, getting a 79th-minute header from Christian Eichner for the winning goal.

No Wolfsburg players jumped with Eichner, and goalkeeper Simon Jentzsch didn't have a chance to make the save as the ball slipped inside the post.

Jacek Krzynowek gave Wolfsburg the lead in the 21st, but Mario Eggimann tied the score in the 63rd.

Wolfsburg has only one win in five games.

Hertha Berlin moved into fifth place, getting two goals Marko Pantelic in a 2-1 win over MSV Duisburg. Klemen Lavric scored a 78th-minute consolation goal for Duisburg.

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Feyenoord maintained its unbeaten run in the Dutch league with a 3-1 win over Roda JC.

Jonathan de Guzman scored in the 62nd and 70th minutes, both off assists by Tim de Cler.

Roda, seeking its first home win against Feyenoord in six years, took the lead in the 40th when Cheik Ismael Tiote scored. Roy Maakay, who has scored a goal in each of Feyenoord's four wins this season, tied the score with a 47th-minute penalty kick.

AZ Alkmaar came back to tie 2-2 at Sparta.

Feyenoord leads the league with 12 points, two ahead of Ajax and PSV Eindhoven, which both won Saturday.

GLASGOW, Scotland -- Dundee United moved into third place in the Scottish Premier League with a 2-0 victory over St. Mirren.

Noel Hunt scored in the 38th minute after taking a cross from Jordan Robertson, and Robertson added the second by knocking in a cross from substitute Steven Robb in the 68th.

St. Mirren defender Franco Miranda was sent off in the 67th minute for two yellow cards.

Dundee United is in third place in the standings with 13 points, three less than Celtic and two behind Rangers.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain got goals from Sylvain Armand and Amara Diane in a 2-1 decision over Monaco in the French league.

Armand headed in a free kick from midfielder Jerome Rothen in the 40th minute, and Diane outjumped the Monaco defense at the far post to head in a cross from Rothen in the 53rd.

Jeremy Menez scored from a 25-yard free kick in the 85th for Monaco.