Week 316 Sep 2012
Chievo1 - 3Lazio
Fiorentina2 - 0Catania
Genoa1 - 3Juventus
Milan0 - 1Atalanta
Napoli3 - 1Parma
Palermo1 - 1Cagliari
Pescara2 - 3Sampdoria
Roma2 - 3Bologna
Siena2 - 2Udinese
Torino0 - 2Inter
Hernanes was inspirational for Lazio, scoring two great individual goals and creating another in the 3-1 hammering of Chievo for a record-setting third straight win.
Luca Toni scored only 60 seconds into his Fiorentina comeback to secure the 2-0 victory over Catania.
Genoa scared Juventus in the first half with Ciro Immobile, but the substitutes Kwadwo Asamoah and Mirko Vucinic turned the game around.
It was Sampdoria all over again, as Milan dominated possession only to waste chances and fall to a shock home defeat against Atalanta!
Lorenzo Insigne scored his debut Serie A goal to keep Napoli’s 100 per cent record, but it was harder than expected against plucky Parma.
Arevalo Rios thought he had given Palermo a much-needed victory, but Marco Sau scored his Serie A debut goal to earn Cagliari a last-gasp point.
Pescara were very unlucky, hitting the woodwork twice and wasting numerous chances, but Sampdoria snatched a 3-2 victory at the Stadio Adriatico.
Roma self-destructed in spectacular fashion, as they fumbled a 2-0 lead only to see Bologna win 3-2 at the Olimpico!
Udinese had a 2-0 lead after six minutes, but Andrea Lazzari’s red card sparked a great Siena comeback for 2-2.
Diego Milito and Antonio Cassano secured a comfortable Inter away victory that ended Torino’s unbeaten record.