Dzeko celebrates scoring Roma’s first goal. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Goals by Edin Dzeko and Gervinho in a 2-0 win over Lazio handed title contenders Roma the bragging rights from the Rome derby Sunday as Rudi Garcia's men moved up to second place in Serie A. Against the backdrop of a fans' protest that saw the Stadio Olimpico only half full for the fiercest derby in Italy, hosts Roma made light of the thousands of empty seats to further underline their scudetto credentials.Ahead of Fiorentina's late game away to Sampdoria that could see La Viola move top ahead of Inter Milan, Roma coach Rudi Garcia had mixed emotions.Dzeko made no mistake, stepping up to slam the ball past Federico Marchetti to claim just his second league goal for Roma but second in a week after hitting the net in a 3-2 Champions League win over Leverkusen.
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