After 14 rounds into the season, Ciro Immobile (Lazio) leads the scoring in the league with 17 goals, 7 goals more than the nearest player on the list; Romelu Lukaku(Inter Milan)
37 points has Inter Milan in pole position in the league standings.
Juventus remains the only unbeaten team in the league.
Brescia 0-3 Atalanta
Goal Scorers Atalanta – Mario Pasalic 26′ 61′ Josip Illicic 90+2′
Genoa 0-1 Torino
Goal Scorers Torino – Gleison Bremer 77′
Fiorentina 0-1 Lecce
Goal Scorers Lecce – Andrea La Manita 49′
Juventus 2-2 Sassuolo
Goal Scorers Juventus – Leonardo Bonucci 20′ Cristiano Ronaldo 68′(pen)
Goal Scorers Sassuolo – Jeremie Boga 23′ Francesco Caputo 47′
Inter Milan 2-1 SPAL
Goal Scorers Inter Milan – Lautaro Martinez 16′ 41′
Goal Scorers SPAL – Mattia Valoti 50′
Lazio 3-0 Udinese
Goal Scorers Lazio – Ciro Immobile 9′ 36′(pen) Luis Alberto 45+1′(pen)
Parma 0-1 AC Milan
Goal Scorers AC Milan – Theo Hernandez 89′
Napoli 1-2 Bologna
Goal Scorers Napoli – Fernando Llorenta 41′
Goal Scorers Bologna – Andreas Skov Olsen 58′ Nicola Sansone 80′
Hellas Verona 1-3 Roma
Goal Scorers Hellas Verona – Marco Davide Faraoni 21′
Goal Scorers Roma – Justin Kluivert 17′ Diego Perotti 45′(pen) Henrikh Mkhitaryan 90+2′
Cagliari 4-3 Sampdoria
Goal Scorers Cagliari – Radja Nainggolan 69′ Joao Pedro 74′ 76′ Alberto Cerri 90+6′
Goal Scorers Sampdoria – Fabio Quagliarella 38′ (pen) 70′ Gaston Ramirez 52′
Mario Pasalic scored a brace in Atalanta’s ‘3-0’ victory against struggling Brescia.
Torino picks up three points in Genoa.
Fiorentina suffered a back-to-back defeat by the same score against recently-promoted team when they lost at home to Lecce after losing ‘1-0’ away against Hellas Verona in the last round.
A Cristiano Ronaldo penalty allowed Juventus to avoid a defeat at home to Sassuolo.
Juventus remains unbeaten in the league and a point from the top of the league table.
Lautaro Martinez’s two goals allowed Inter Milan to take full advantage of the points dropped by Juventus.
A ‘2-1’ victory against SPAL shot Inter Milan to the top of the Serie A standings.
Ciro Immobile scored two more goals in Lazio’s 3-0 win against Udinese.
Theo Hernandez’s 89th-minute winning goal against Parma allowed AC Milan to pick up their first victory in 4 matches, while Parma suffered their first defeat in four matches.
A ‘2-1’ home defeat to Bologna meant Napoli has gone 8 straight fixtures without a win. (6 Serie A matches)
Roma beats newly-promoted Hellas Verona to make is a consecutive victory in the league.
The round ended in a thrilling 7-goal match that saw Cagliari come from 3-1 down to beat Sampdoria 4-3.