Week 1606 Jan 2021
Atalanta3 - 0Parma
Bologna2 - 2Udinese
Cagliari1 - 2Benevento
Crotone1 - 3Roma
Lazio2 - 1Fiorentina
Milan1 - 3Juventus
Napoli1 - 2Spezia
Sampdoria2 - 1Inter
Sassuolo2 - 1Genoa
Torino1 - 1Verona
Atalanta pushed Parma aside with alarming ease and this could spell the end of the road for Fabio Liverani.
It was a hugely entertaining encounter at the Stadio Dall’Ara, but Udinese fought back twice to hold 10-man Bologna in stoppages.
This is a mid-table tussle to avoid sliding back down towards the drop zone, as both Cagliari and Benevento are coming off defeats.
Borja Mayoral bagged an early brace and earned a penalty in this 3-1 domination of Crotone, putting Roma within three points of second-placed Inter.
Lazio made the most of their scoring opportunities to get the better of Fiorentina with Felipe Caicedo and Ciro Immobile goals.
Milan saw their 27-round Serie A unbeaten run come to an end, as Federico Chiesa inspired the 3-1 Juventus victory at San Siro.
Napoli wasted dozens of scoring opportunities and the Andrea Petagna lead by losing 2-1 at home to 10-man Spezia.
Inter failed to complete the comeback this time, as ex-Nerazzurri players Antonio Candreva and Keita Balde Diao scored, while Alexis Sanchez’s penalty was saved.
Jeremie Boga and Giacomo Raspadori secured the hard-fought 2-1 Sassuolo victory and the first Genoa defeat for Davide Ballardini on his birthday.
Torino snatched another late goal to keep their unbeaten run going and cancel out the spectacular Federico Dimarco volley for Verona.