The Italian Serie A after two rounds: Juventus and AC Milan dropped two points each. Inter Milan and Napoli are flying high.


The Italian SERIE A after Round 2.

Napoli, Inter Milan, and Roma are the last three standing with a perfect winning record after two rounds of the 2022/23 Italian Serie A season.
The newly-promoted teams are at the bottom of the standings with no points.


August 20.
Torino 0-0 Lazio
Udinese 0-0 Salernitana
Inter Milan 3-0 Spezia
Sassuolo 1-0 Lecce

August 21.
Empoli 0-0 Fiorentina
Napoli 4-0 Monza
Atalanta 1-1 AC Milan
Bologna 1-1 Hellas Verona

August 22.
Roma 1-0 Cremonese
Sampdoria 0-0 Juventus



1| Napoli – 6 points
2| Inter Milan – 6 points
3| Roma – 6 points
4| Juventus – 4 points
5| AC Milan – 4 points
6| Atalanta – 4 points
7| Fiorentina – 4 points
8| Lazio – 4 points
9| Torino – 4 points
10| Sassuolo – 3 points
11| Spezia – 3 points
12| Bologna – 1 point
13| Empoli – 1 point
14| Salernitana – 1 point
15| Udinese – 1 point
16| Sampdoria – 1 point
17| Verona – 1 point
18| Cremonese – 0 points
19| Lecce – 0 points
20| Monza – 0 points


Torino and Lazio both started their season with a 1-0 win and stayed unbeaten by sharing the points in a goalless draw.
Udinese and Salernitana both picked up their first point of the season by sharing the points in a goalless draw,
Inter Milan made it two wins from two by winning their first home game of the season with 3 goals and a clean sheet against Spezia.
Newly-promoted Lecce starts their season with two defeats after a 1-0 defeat at Sassuolo. The result allowed Sassuolo to make up for their opening round defeat.

It was an expected run of results for Napoli’s opening matches as they followed a 5-2 win against Hellas Verona with a 4-0 win against newly-promoted Monza.
Napoli starting their season strong has not been an issue. Ending their season strong has been where they’ve struggled.

Ismael Bennacer saved the day for AC Milan at Bergamo with his 68th-minute strike canceling out Ruslan Malinovsky’s goal for Atalanta. Both clubs remain unbeaten by sharing the points in a ‘1-1’ draw but AC Milan wouldn’t be happy with points drop this early in their title defense.

A ‘1-1’ draw gave a point a piece to Bologna and Hellas Verona after both clubs started their season with a defeat.

A Chris Smalling header delivered the only goal of the match in the 65th minute for Roma to use a 1-0 home win against newly-promoted Cremonese to double their wins. Cremonese has yet to put a point on the board.

Juventus dropped their first set of points after Sampdoria held on to a goalless draw to pick up their first point of the season.

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