Atalanta got back on track in Serie A by sweeping sorry Fiorentina aside 3-0, and it would’ve been more if not for Bartlomiej Dragowski.
Roma ran absolutely riot at the Stadio Dall’Ara, especially in a chaotic first half, to beat Bologna 5-1, but there could’ve been many more goals.
Inter completed a dramatic comeback from 1-0 down to beat Cagliari 3-1 with Nicolò Barella’s volley, a Danilo D’Ambrosio header and Romelu Lukaku counter.
Crotone finally earned their first win of the Serie A season and ended their goal drought with a 4-1 victory over Spezia.
Juventus took a long time to break Genoa down with Paulo Dybala’s first Serie A goal of the season, then a pair of Cristiano Ronaldo penalties sealed the win.
Hellas Verona took another post-Champions League scalp, making the most of Lazio howlers to grab a 2-1 victory at the Olimpico.
Milan were moments away from their first Serie A defeat since March, but a Theo Hernandez brace allowed them to hold Parma 2-2 after rattling the woodwork four times.
Napoli came back from an early Jakub Jankto goal to beat Sampdoria 2-1, as Hirving Lozano scored one and created another for Andrea Petagna.
Sassuolo were reduced to 10 men after 49 minutes but held on to beat Benevento 1-0 after a Domenico Berardi penalty after only eight minutes.
Torino suffered another home defeat, as they had a ferocious comeback from 0-2 to 2-2, then conceded again 60 seconds later for Udinese’s 3-2 result.