Juventus squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at promoted Hellas Verona on Sunday and miss the chance to extend its Serie A lead to 11 points. cheap nfl jerseys . A last-minute leveler ensured the two-time defending champion remained nine points ahead of Roma, which drew 0-0 at bitter rival Lazio in the capital derby. Roma has a match in hand on Juventus after last weeks game against Parma was called off due to a waterlogged pitch. "Its not good enough to dominate for 45 minutes, seeing as the slightest lack of concentration can make everything in vain," Juventus coach Antonio Conte said. "We let them back into the game... it was unacceptable. A lost chance. "Were conceding a lot from deadball situations, we need to focus more. Its useless to study our opponents tactics and then make mistakes like this." Carlos Tevez scored twice in the first half for Juventus to take his tally to 13 for the season. But Luca Toni reinforced his bid for a World Cup spot when he reduced the deficit with his 11th goal in 20 matches and substitute Juanito Gomez Taleb, who only came on in the 86th minute, levelled deep in stoppage time. Verona is level on points with fifth-placed Inter Milan which beat Sassuolo 1-0 in the evening match. "We drew against a great team and we are very happy with this point," Gomez said. "Safety remains our aim though, not qualifying for Europe. Were doing well." Gomez, who said the team had been inspired by a halftime pep talk from Verona coach Andrea Mandorlini, added: "He is a man who never gives up. He hugged me because he told me I would score." Earlier, Bologna inched away from the relegation zone following a surprise 2-1 win at high-flying Torino. Elsewhere, it was: Sampdoria 1, Cagliari 0; Parma 0, Catania 0; and Livorno 0, Genoa 1. Juventus got off to the perfect start when Rafael could only parry Kwadwo Asamoahs strike and Tevez slotted home the rebound for a fourth-minute lead. Tevez -- who celebrated his 30th birthday on Wednesday -- doubled his tally in the 21st minute when he beat the offside trap to fire in Paul Pogbas through ball. Verona reduced the deficit seven minutes after halftime when former Juventus striker Toni headed in Romulos free-kick. There were suspicions of offside, as there had been for Tevezs second. Pablo Osvaldo made his Juventus debut following his loan move from Southampton and almost scored a minute after coming off the bench but his effort clipped the outside of the left post. The Italy striker did have the ball in the back of the net but it was ruled out as Asamoah had been offside when providing the assist. Verona almost levelled in the 79th minute as Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon pulled off a stunning fingertip save to keep out a Toni header. However, Gomez Taleb headed in Romulos cross in the fourth minute of stoppage time as Verona snatched a deserved draw. The equalizer prevented Juventus from extending its lead at the top of the table to 11 points and keeps the title race alive. Roma had the best of the chances as Lazio could not manage even one shot on target the whole match. Gervinho thought he had scored his third goal of the week midway through the first half, but it was ruled out for offside. Lazio club captain Stefano Mauri came on in the second half for his first appearance this season following a ban for his role in the match-fixing scandal. In Milan, Sassuolo goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo kept his side in the game with a series of fine saves, notably denying Diego Milito twice from point-blank range at the end of the first half. Inter defender Walter Samuel headed in a corner three minutes after the interval. Last time the two sides met, at the beginning of the season, Inter humiliated Sassuolo 7-0. At the other end of the table, Bologna moved four points above the relegation zone with its first win at Torino since Dec. 1980. Torino, which is pushing for a Europa League place, took the lead in the fifth minute when Ciro Immobile was left unmarked to head home Matteo Darmians cross for his seventh goal in as many matches. However, a brace from Jonathan Cristaldo handed Bologna its second win in 13 matches. Livorno is level on 17 points with Sassuolo, with bottom club Catania a point further back after hitting the woodwork twice in its draw at Parma. cheap jerseys from china .com) - If recent history is any indication, the Anaheim Ducks will keep their point streak on home ice alive on Friday night. wholesale nfl jerseys . - Goaltender Philippe Desrosiers of the Rimouski Oceanic has broken a shutout record that was only three months old in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.(SportsNetwork.com) - The Minnesota Wild will aim for a third consecutive victory when they visit the winless Buffalo Sabres for Mondays battle at First Niagara Center. The Wild began the season with three straight losses (0-1-2) before posting recent home wins over Winnipeg and Dallas. Minnesota will try to stay hot on the road, as it opens a four-game trip Monday evening in Buffalo. Minnesotas most recent victory came in Saturdays rout of the visiting Stars. Justin Fontaine sparked Minnesota with a goal 12 seconds into the contest and the Wild rolled to a 5-1 decision at Xcel Energy Center. Matt Cooke netted the eventual game-winner midway through the first period, while Mathew Dumba, Nino Niederreiter and Zach Parise all added goals in the triumph. "Whats most important to me is wins," Cooke said. "Tonight was a step in the right direction. That was our first, full 60-minute game." Josh Harding stopped 18 shots to earn the win, and with regular No. 1 Niklas Backstrom still dealing with a strained knee, he could see his third straight start on Monday. Minnesota forward Jason Pominville will make his return to Buffalo on Monday after he was traded by the Sabres to the Wild during last season. Pominville was a second-roundd draft pick by Buffalo in 2001 and had 456 points over 578 career games with the Sabres. cheap jerseys. . Pominvilles former team has yet to pick up a win in 2013-14, as the Sabres enter Monday with an 0-5-1 record. Buffalo hasnt gone this far into a season without a win since opening the 1999-2000 season with five losses and two ties. Buffalos offense has been nothing short of anemic in the early going with the team managing a total of six goals in six games. The Sabres scored one goal in each of their last two games, both of which wound up being regulation losses for Buffalo. The Sabres were downed 2-1 in Chicago on Saturday, as Buffalo native Patrick Kanes power-play goal late in the second period proved to be the difference for the Blackhawks. Drew Stafford netted the lone Buffalo goal, while Ryan Miller allowed both goals on 40 shots for the Sabres. "Were just going to have to keep doing what were doing until we break through," Miller remarked. The Sabres, who will visit the New York Islanders on Tuesday, are 0-2-1 on home ice this season. A good sign for Buffalo on Monday is that it has won two straight and three of the last four meetings against the Wild. However, Minnesota has taken four of the past six encounters in Western New York. ' ' '