Week 423 Sep 2012
Atalanta1 - 0Palermo
Bologna1 - 1Pescara
Cagliari0 - 3Roma
Catania0 - 0Napoli
Inter0 - 2Siena
Juventus2 - 0Chievo
Lazio0 - 1Genoa
Parma1 - 1Fiorentina
Sampdoria1 - 1Torino
Udinese2 - 1Milan
Gian Piero Gasperini’s debut ended in defeat, as Palermo were beaten by Atalanta in the final minutes.
Ivan Pelizzoli came off the bench to save an Alessandro Diamanti penalty as 10-man Pescara earned their first point of the season at Bologna.
Today’s Cagliari-Roma match has been called off by local authorities due to public order concerns after the club invited fans to attend the closed doors game.
Not only did Napoli fail to beat a Catania side with 10 men for 88 minutes, but they were also saved by the woodwork.
Siena earned their first win of the season with a shocking 2-0 victory at San Siro, as wasteful Inter paid the price for counter-attacks.
Fabio Quagliarella scored a splendid brace as Juventus pushed past Chievo 2-0 despite the best efforts of Stefano Sorrentino.
Lazio wasted numerous chances, so Marco Borriello struck to give Genoa a shock victory at the Stadio Olimpico and end their perfect record.
Parma snatched a last-gasp draw with Fiorentina after a game with two saved penalties, both sides rattling the woodwork and Facundo Roncaglia’s debut Serie A goal.
Sampdoria dominated the first half, but had to scrape a 1-1 draw with Torino thanks to a penalty apiece.
It’s crisis time for Milan after they had two men sent off in their 2-1 defeat to Udinese, giving the Friulani their first win of the season.