AS Roma's Seydou Keita heads the ball to score against Juventus during their Italian Serie A soccer match at the Olympic stadium in Rome March 2, 2015. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito
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Seydou Keita salvaged a share of the points for 10-man Roma in a 1-1 draw with Juventus that saw the champions retain their nine-point lead at the top of Serie A Monday.Under the circumstances, Roma – who have been ravaged by injuries to key players and only recently welcomed back Ivorian striker Gervinho from the Africa Cup of Nations – would be happy with a point.However, Juventus remain unbeaten against Roma this season and with a nine-point advantage look to have one hand on what would be a fourth consecutive title.Tevez almost had his second minutes later but Kostas Manolas's boot blocked after the Argentinian unleashed a half-volley to the right of goal.Alessandro Florenzi, who came on for Adem Ljajic just after Torosidis's sending-off, crossed the ball to Manolas whose glancing header forced Gianluigi Buffon to tip the ball to safety down low.
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