Sampdoria smash a 61-year derby taboo, Juventus and Roma make history and Filip Djordjevic gets his first ever hat-trick in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.
Carlos Tevez stole the headlines with his brace but as Luca Cetta explains, Gianluigi Buffon showed why he remains significant to Juventus.
As Milan drop more points to a newly-promoted outfit, Sam Lewis ponders in which direction Pippo Inzaghi’s men are heading.
Albin Ekdal had a day to remember at San Siro, as his hat-trick inspired Cagliari to a famous win over Inter, as Livio Caferoglu profiles Week 5’s best performer.
While Sampdoria’s impressive run continues, the wheels have started to come off in Milan, as Alasdair Mackenzie wraps up Week 5.
Although Roma thanked Miralem Pjanic's brilliance for a crucial win in Parma, Jeremy Lim thinks their true strength lies in the depth of their squad.
After playing his 250th Serie A game against Palermo, Dave Taylor sees a hint of Marek Hamsik returning to his previous glories.
Yet more Juventus all-time records, Fernando Torres and Torino opened their accounts and Inter's penalty curse continued as Susy Campanale sums up the stats.
A metronomic performance rounded off with a wonder strike sees Miralem Pjanic named Week 4’s best performer in Serie A, as Livio Caferoglu explains.
Milan’s defensive troubles remain a concern that will only grow if they remain unaddressed, writes Sam Lewis.
Week 4 of Serie A was dominated by clubs and players out with a point to prove, says Alasdair Mackenzie.
Inter dropped points on the road once more last weekend, and Varun Mathure wonders if this could be a recurring issue this season.
Roma have already defined themselves as a dominant force. But Andrea Tallarita thinks their tactics are more enigmatic than they seem...
After Juventus’ convincing win over Milan, Luca Persico looks at the emergence of Claudio Marchisio as an alternative to Andrea Pirlo.
Antonio Cassano may have saved Parma’s season with a brace at Chievo – a double feat which lands him Livio Caferoglu’s nod for Week 3’s Serie A standout performer.
Pippo Inzaghi’s Milan still have a way to go before they can contest for the title, as Juventus proved on Saturday night. Sam Lewis writes.
The big guns of Juventus and Roma keep on rolling, but the pretenders to their dominance have started to show fragility already, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
Milan's losing streak to Juventus continues, Inter's clean sheet ends and Lazio carry on a Genoa curse in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.