Italian Serie A

Italian Serie A after 5 rounds – Juventus takes a leap from the relegation.

SERIE A

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


The team occupying the top four spots in the league at the end of Round 4 were all on the winning end in Round 5.

Juventus is out of the relegation zone and 12th in the league standings after a win against Spezia.
Atalanta moved up two positions to 5th after beating Sassuolo, while Fiorentina dropped a position to 6th after a defeat against Inter Milan; and Lazio dropped a position to 7th after dropping points against Torino.

Cagliari and Slernitana remain the only sides without a win in the league. The two teams share the relegation zone with Venezia.

Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 6 goals: The leading goalscorer.



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




INTER MILAN 6-1 BOLOGNA
Edin Dzeko scored a brace to cap the scoring for Inter Milan as they thrashed Bologna to bounce back from the points dropped in the last round against Sampdoria.

SALERNITANA 0-1 ATALANTA
Atalanta used newly promoted Salernitana to get back to a win. Duran Zapata’s goal kept at a 100% losing start.

HELLAS VERONA 3-2 ROMA
Roma lost their first league match while Hellas Verona won their first.

LAZIO 2-2 AC MILAN
The best Lazio could do after defeat to AC Milan in the last round was a draw at home against Cagliari.

Juventus 1-1 AC MILAN
AC Milan came from a goal down to get a point in Turin.
The result kept AC Milan unbeaten and kept Juventus without a win.
Spezia beat Venezia to get their first win of the season.
Sampdoria beat Empoli to get their first win of the season. Francesco Caputo scored a brace.

UDINESE 0-4 NAPOLI
Udinese suffered their first defeat of the season, while Napoli got four goals in the match to make it four wins out of four league games.

FIORENTINA 1- 3 INTER MILAN
Fiorentina had the chance to get a victory at home and hand Inter Milan their first league defeat of the season but instead, they doubled their defeats by falling a man and two goals behind.

ATALANTA 2-1 SASSUOLO
All the goals were scored in the opening half; with Atalanta taking an early lead in the third minute and doubling their lead before Sassuolo got on the scoring board.

BOLOGNA 2- 2 GENOA
Bologna took the lead on two occasions and lost it with 6 to 7 minutes on both occasions.

SPEZIA 2- 3 JUVENTUS
Juventus were 2-1 down a few minutes after the start of the second half.
They had to put up a fight against Spezia to win their first league game of the season after four games of failure.
Federico Chiesa got Juventus even, and Matthijs de Ligt’s goal in the 72nd minute ended up sealing the victory.

AC MILAN 2- 0 VENEZIA
AC Milan’s performance was rewarded in the second half; when Brahim Diaz found the back of the net in the 68th minute.

CAGLIARI 0-2 EMPOLI
Empoli doubled their victories while keeping Cagliari without a win.

SAMPDORIA 0-4 NAPOLI
Victor Osimhen could’ve had more than two goals in this game.
Napoli kept the top spot after quite a comfortable victory against Sampdoria.

ROMA 1-0 UDINESE
The game ended with Lorenzo Pellegrini doubling up on yellow cards to see a red, but Tammy Abraham’sscored the only goal of the game to get a win for Roma

TORINO 1- 1 LAZIO
Lazio arguably did not deserve the point they got from this fixture. A penalty awarded in the 90th minute lead to Ciro Immobile scoring the equalizing goal to cancel the lead Marko Pjaca had given Torino


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