Atalanta picked up exactly where they left off, hammering Sassuolo 4-1 with a Duvan Zapata brace, despite missing Josip Ilicic, and it could’ve been far more.
Rodrigo Palacio snatched a stoppage-time equaliser to prevent Bologna’s second home defeat in a row, cancelling out Stefano Okaka’s header for Udinese.
Napoli completed the second-half comeback from a Jhon Chancellor opener to beat Brescia 2-1 with Lorenzo Insigne’s penalty and a Fabian Ruiz stunner.
It was a 1-1 draw dominated by VAR, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a goal disallowed, Dalbert was sent off and a contentious late Fiorentina penalty cancelled out Ante Rebic’s strike.
Lazio keep their Scudetto hopes very much alive with a thrilling 3-2 victory away to on-form Genoa, including Ciro Immobile’s 27th Serie A goal in 25 games.
Inter dominated the first half and beat Sampdoria 2-1 with two wonderful team goals, but then became rather deflated after the break.
Roma scraped a victory in the Europa League, but run the very real risk of dropping more Serie A points to a Lecce side that is on a roll.
Cristiano Ronaldo made history twice in Ferrara, as his goal and an Aaron Ramsey lob pushed past still struggling SPAL, despite Andrea Petagna’s penalty.
Torino restarted the season with regrets, as Andrea Belotti saw his penalty saved in a 1-1 draw with Parma, Juraj Kucka cancelling out a Nicolas Nkoulou opener.
Samuel Di Carmine’s early brace proved enough to ruin Walter Zenga’s Cagliari debut in a chaotic game with two red cards, as Hellas Verona move into seventh place.