Week 202 Sep 2012
Bologna1 - 3Milan
Cagliari1 - 1Atalanta
Catania3 - 2Genoa
Inter1 - 3Roma
Lazio3 - 0Palermo
Napoli2 - 1Fiorentina
Parma2 - 0Chievo
Sampdoria2 - 1Siena
Torino3 - 0Pescara
Udinese1 - 4Juventus
Giampaolo Pazzini celebrated his first Milan start with a hat-trick to conquer Bologna at the Stadio Dall’Ara!
Andrea Consigli performed heroics by saving two penalties and being stretchered off, but Cagliari needed a last-gasp goal to hold 10-man Atalanta.
It was end to end stuff at the Massimino, as Catania fought back to snatch an exciting 3-2 victory over Genoa.
A thrilling Roma ran riot at San Siro, inspired by Francesco Totti to beat Inter 3-1 in a hugely entertaining encounter.
Miroslav Klose’s brace and an Antonio Candreva blockbuster maintained Lazio’s perfect record to crush Palermo.
Marek Hamsik – with the aid of a massive deflection – and Blerim Dzemaili allowed Napoli to push past Fiorentina on possibly the worst pitch ever seen in Serie A.
Parma thanked two of their younger players for the goals in this relegation dogfight victory over Chievo.
Sampdoria maintained their 100 per cent record so far this season as Daniele Gastaldello gave away a penalty and made up for it with the winner against Siena.
Torino swept 10-man Pescara away 3-0 in their first home game of the season, even after Rolando Bianchi’s penalty was parried.
Juventus added to Udinese’s woes with a comfortable 4-1 victory at the Stadio Friuli, inspired by Sebastian Giovinco’s brace and a controversial red card.