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Gonzalo Higuain scored a second-half hat-trick as Juventus routed Sassuolo 7-0 to keep the pressure on Napoli in the Serie A title battle.

Juve were already four goals to the good at half-time, Sami Khedira’s brace sandwiched by strikes from Alex Sandro and Miralem Pjanic.

And Higuain took centre stage after the interval, scoring in the 63rd, 74th and 83rd minutes to give the scoreline an emphatic look.

Leaders Napoli did not slip up in the evening kick-off however, winning 2-0 at rock-bottom Benevento to maintain their one-point advantage at the top.

Dries Mertens opened the scoring in the 20th minute, before Marek Hamsik doubled the advantage two minutes into the second half.

Roma had earlier beaten Hellas Verona 1-0, rising star Cengiz Under with the goal inside a minute.

The Giallorossi lost Lorenzo Pellegrini to a red card early in the second half but held on for the three points.

Ten-man AC Milan, though, were held to a 1-1 draw at Udinese.

The visitors took an early lead through Suso but Davide Calabria’s dismissal and keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’s unfortunate own goal — the ball going in off his arm after Kevin Lasagna’s cross deflected off Leonardo Bonucci and deceived him — pegged them back.

Cagliari picked up an important three points against relegation rivals SPAL.

Luca Cigarini scored in the first half and Marco Sau made the game safe in the second to lift the Sardinians seven points clear of their opponents who occupy the top relegation position.

Fiorentina won 2-1 at Bologna, with goals from Jordan Veretout and Federico Chiesa either side of Eric Pulgar’s equaliser, while Gianluca Mancini earned Atalanta a 1-0 win over Chievo.

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Barcelona were held to a draw at the Mestalla with Jordi Alba cancelling out Rodrigo’s early strike.

However, the game was marred by a controversial incident involving Messi, with the Argentina international seeing a goal wrongly disallowed with the officials failing to notice his ball had considerably crossed the line.

Valverde refused to be too critical after the game, praising Barcelona for the grit and determination showed against their fellow title rivals.

But Spanish outlet Diario Gol say Valverde’s decision not to force the issue has rankled with Messi.

For years, Barcelona and Real Madrid have traded verbal blows.

Media outlets in the region have accused both sides of receiving special treatment from the officials – despite there being little evidence of such.

And Messi supposedly feels Barcelona purposely were cost a vital three points against Valencia.

Diario Gol say Messi made his feelings clear to Valverde after the game.

He supposedly berated the manager, believing him not be interested in defending the interests of the club.

Other heavyweights – though unnamed – reportedly got involved.

However, Valverde has since upped the ante by criticising the decision, labelling it as “absurd”

“What is absurd is that people in the top row of the stadium can see that the ball is in and those below them can’t,” he said in a news conference.

“From the assistant’s view, he couldn’t see it,” he said before tonight’s Copa del Rey clash with Real Murcia.

“I couldn’t, either. But from the moment I saw what happened, I knew it was in because of how Leo celebrated, how the goalkeeper had his head down… [Martin] Montoya went to get the ball to take it back to the middle of the pitch.

“It’s crazy that in such an important game, and at an important moment, the referee doesn’t see it when there are 40,000 people that knew it was a goal.

“Every year there’s an episode like this. Last season it happened to Barca at Real Betis.”