Week 201 Sep 2019
Atalanta2 - 3Torino
Bologna1 - 0Spal
Cagliari1 - 2Inter
Genoa2 - 1Fiorentina
Juventus4 - 3Napoli
Lazio1 - 1Roma
Lecce0 - 1Verona
Milan1 - 0Brescia
Sassuolo4 - 1Sampdoria
Udinese1 - 3Parma
Atalanta thought they’d completed another comeback with Duvan Zapata’s brace, but Torino exploited set plays for a surprise 3-2 victory.
Sinisa Mihajlovic returned to the Stadio Dall’Ara for a dramatic last-gasp win over SPAL, as Bologna were denied by saves and two goal-line clearances before Roberto Soriano’s header.
Stefano Sensi was inspirational as Inter conquered Radja Nainggolan’s Cagliari 2-1, the midfielder assisting Lautaro Martinez and earning Romelu Lukaku’s penalty.
Genoa made the most of poor Fiorentina defending and relied on the woodwork in stoppages, as the Viola suffered another defeat.
Napoli fought back from 3-0 down with three goals in 16 minutes only for Juventus to win it in stoppages with a Kalidou Koulibaly own goal.
Lazio hit the woodwork four times and had a stoppage-time goal disallowed, but Luis Alberto cancelled out Aleksandar Kolarov’s penalty in a dramatic Derby della Capitale.
Matteo Pessina scored a late goal to give Hellas Verona a potentially crucial six-pointer away to Lecce.
Hakan Calhanoglu’s early header proved enough for Milan to get the first points of the season, beating Brescia with surprise changes to their line-up.
Domenico Berardi’s first half hat-trick demolished Sampdoria, who also saw Ronaldo Vieira sent off, as Sassuolo dominated.
Parma fought back from a goal down to shock Udinese 3-1 at the Dacia Arena, making the most of Gervinho’s evergreen pace.