SERIE A SEASON 2014-15
Week 424 Sep 2014
Cagliari1 - 2Torino
Empoli2 - 2Milan
Fiorentina0 - 0Sassuolo
Inter2 - 0Atalanta
Juventus3 - 0Cesena
Lazio0 - 1Udinese
Napoli3 - 3Palermo
Parma1 - 2Roma
Sampdoria2 - 1Chievo
Verona2 - 2Genoa
Torino got their first goals and win of the season, sending Cagliari to the foot of the table.
Milan came back from 2-0 down for a 2-2 draw at Empoli with Fernando Torres scoring on his full Serie A debut.
Fiorentina fired blanks yet again in a 0-0 with Sassuolo, but rattled the woodwork with Borja Valero and Juan Cuadrado.
Inter ended their Atalanta taboo at San Siro with a stunning Daniel Osvaldo goal, despite Rodrigo Palacio’s saved penalty.
Arturo Vidal bagged a brace as Juventus made short work of Cesena.
Cyril Thereau’s well-worked goal proved enough for Udinese to conquer the Olimpico and go third, as Lazio again failed to make pressure count.
Napoli threw away a 2-0 lead and were pegged back 3-3 by Palermo as Andrea Belotti netted twice.
A last-gasp Miralem Pjanic free kick maintained Roma’s perfect record for a 2-1 victory in Parma.
Alessio Romagnoli scored one and set up another for Sampdoria to push past Chievo.
Verona fought back from 2-0 down to ruin Alessandro Matri’s debut brace in a Genoa jersey.