AC Milan's Keisuke Honda celebrates after scoring his second goal against Verona during their Italian Serie A soccer match at Bentegodi stadium in Verona October 19, 2014. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito
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Japan international Keisuke Honda struck a brace in a 3-1 win at Verona to go top of the Serie A scoring charts Sunday as AC Milan moved up to fourth.Milan were 2-0 up six minutes later when Stephan El Shaarawy, given a rare start on the left of a three-man forward line spearheaded by Spaniard Fernando Torres, found Honda in space on the right with a long ball from midfield.Milan are now only five points behind leaders Juventus, held 1-1 at Sassuolo Saturday, while Roma put three unanswered goals past Chievo to reinforce their grip on second spot and reduce their deficit to a point.Earlier, Serbian international Filip Djordjevic scored his fifth goal in three games as Lazio won 2-0 away to misfiring Fiorentina.Lazio sit sixth, seven points off top spot, with Fiorentina in ninth place, 10 points off the pace.
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