There are no more ‘unbeaten’ teams left in the Italian Serie A.


Inter Milan wins big to save the city of Milan.

The ‘top four’ remain they; with Atalanta and Inter Milan closing in on Napoli and AC Milan.
Roma moved above a position above Lazio by a point.
Sampdoria moved out of the relegation zone by sending Salernitana to the bottom.




Atalanta 5-2 Spezia
Lazio 0-2 Juventus
Fiorentina 4-3 AC Milan
Sassuolo 2-2 Cagliari
Bologna 0-1 Venezia
Salernitana 0-2 Sampdoria
Inter Milan 3-2 Napoli
Genoa 0-2 Roma
Hellas Verona 2-1 Empoli
Torino 2-1 Udinese




1. Napoli – 32 points
2. AC Milan – 32 points
3. Inter Milan – 28 points
4. Atalanta – 25 points
5. Roma – 22 points
6. Lazio – 21 points
7. Fiorentina – 21 points
8. Juventus – 21 points
9. Verona – 19 points
10. Bologna – 18 points
11. Torino – 17 points
12. Empoli – 16 points
13. Sassuolo – 15 points
14. Venezia – 15 points
15. Udinese – 14 points
16. Sampdoria – 12 points
17. Spezia – 11 points
18. Genoa – 9 points
19. Cagliari – 7 points
20. Salernitana – 7 points



A brace from Mario Pasalic and Duvan Zapata helped Atalanta to a 5-2 victory against Spezia.
M’ Bala Nada also scored a brace for Spezia

Lazio’s first defeat at home.
Leonardo Bonucci scored two from the penalty spot to get Juventus even on points with Lazio.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic forced a late own-goal from Fiorentina but AC Milan was out of time to get the result to preserve their unbeaten status.
AC Milan suffered their first league defeat in an eventful fixture.

A goalkeeping mistake allowed Fiorentina to open the scoring in the 15th minute.
Riccardo Saponara doubled the lead right before the break, and Dusan Vlahovic tripled the lead for Fiorentina on the hour mark. Ten minutes later, goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic had narrowed Fiorentina’s lead to a goal, but Vlahovic picked up on a loose ball and scored his second of the game to restore Fiorentina’s advantage.


Inter Milan saves the round for Milan
Napoli had the opportunities to keep their unbeaten start to the season but failed to convert them into goals.
Inter Milan did themselves a favor that also benefited their city rival (AC Milan).

Roma ended the losing streak at two.
18-year-old Felix Afena-Gyan scored a brace after the 80th minute to get Roma their first win in three league matches.

Sampdoria ended a streak of three defeats by handing Salernitana their third straight defeat.



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