Fiorentina end their Juventus taboo, Torino pay the penalty, Inter comeback kings and Francesco Totti's 25th year in Susy Campanale's stats.
The Stadio Franchi crowd was revved up even before kick-off and Juventus stalled, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
The embattled Fiorentina Coach can see off his former club Juventus to silence criticism, writes Jeremy Lim.
Manolo Gabbiadini needed a team built for him, something the Partenopei couldn’t provide, explains Gaby McKay.
The differences between bitter rivals Juventus and Fiorentina are best explained by their respective stadia, writes Chloe Beresford.
We’re almost midway through the January transfer window and some big names could still make moves.
Torino is the perfect opportunity for Juan Manuel Iturbe to revive his career, but he's running out of time to realise his potential, writes Richard Thomas.
After the Valencia debacle, Cesare Prandelli has to pull out of a career nose-dive, writes Nick Valerio.
Gabriel Barbosa cost €29.5m and played only 21 minutes of football, yet Richard Hall notes he has already electrified Inter fans.
Roma fans have to consider the possibility of losing Radja Nainggolan, so Andrea Tallarita writes him an open letter.
Juventus break their own all-time Serie A record, Roma curse for Genoa and goal droughts grind to a halt in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.
On a cold night in Naples, Maurizio Sarri’s players were all dancing to the beat of their own drum, notes Gaby McKay.
Napoli have Leonardo Pavoletti, but require more reinforcements to achieve their aims this season, writes Richard Thomas.
The January transfer window has just opened and Fiorentina fans can’t wait for it to be over, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
The Granata only have one reliable centre-forward and must provide Andrea Belotti with support, writes Nick Valerio.
Milan have won their first silverware since 2011, but Susy Campanale warns their squad is painfully thin for a full season.
A single investment should be enough for Roma to secure second place, writes Andrea Tallarita, but it must be chosen carefully.
How can Inter bring in badly needed defensive reinforcements whilst operating under Financial Fair Play restrictions, asks Richard Hall?