Genoa notched up their second consecutive away victory in stoppages, but Davide Ballardini warns “we’re not safe from relegation yet.”
Yann Karamoh relished “the most important goal of my career” after Inter beat Bologna 2-1 at San Siro with his stunning solo strike.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Sampdoria struggled to break Verona down, but “we were never under pressure and had to finish them off.”
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni criticised the referee after penalty appeals and two red cards in the defeat to Inter. “Yet we almost equalised.”
Andrea Belotti celebrated his first goal in over two months as Torino beat Udinese. “Europe is our objective.”
Luciano Spalletti felt “expectations were unduly raised” by Inter’s strong start to the season and had advice for Yann Karamoh and Marcelo Brozovic.
Eder insists Inter are “united” after ending their two-month drought to beat nine-man Bologna 2-1. “We’re on track.”
Inter and Andrea Belotti ended droughts, as Torino beat Udinese amid VAR controversy, while Sampdoria saw off Verona and Genoa intensified the Chievo crisis.
Inter ended their two-month drought with a very tough win over nine-man Bologna, thanks to 19-year-old Yann Karamoh’s stunner.
Inter director Piero Ausilio discussed Lautaro Martinez, Mauro Icardi’s contract and the race for a Champions League spot.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Inter-Bologna, Sampdoria-Verona and Roma-Benevento.
Andrea Barzagli is a major doubt to feature for Juventus against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League.
Torino have rewarded a passionate three-year-old supporter by making him their stadium speaker for today’s game against Udinese.
Sassuolo had comfortably the better chances, including a sitter missed by Domenico Berardi, but Cagliari threatened a last-gasp winner from midfield.
Check out all the official line-ups for this afternoon’s Serie A games Inter-Bologna, Sampdoria-Verona, Torino-Udinese and Chievo-Genoa.
Inter hope to end their dire run of results, but have Eder and Yann Karamoh in the starting XI against Rodrigo Palacio’s Bologna.
Federico Di Francesco urged Bologna to “think only of ourselves” during the Inter crisis and get a result at San Siro.
Felipe Anderson is still training separately from his Lazio teammates and could be dropped for the Europa League against Steaua Bucharest.
Antonio Candreva warns Inter “must get back to the victory” against Bologna. “We need to recharge our own batteries.”
German referee Felix Brych has been assigned to the Champions League Round of 16 between Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur.
Diego Armando Maradona viciously criticised Mauro Icardi and Lucas Biglia, insisting Gonzalo Higuain is “worth 10 times more” than the Inter striker.
Sassuolo try to get back on track with Khouma Babacar and Domenico Berardi as they host unpredictable Cagliari.
Milan are considering a contract extension to keep Gennaro Gattuso as their Coach until June 2020.
Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente admits “it’s only when you leave Juventus that you realise what you had. Gigi Buffon is the best captain I ever had and I’d love 11 Giorgio Chiellinis.”
Fernando Llorente explains why Juventus ought to worry about facing Tottenham in the Champions League and praises Mauricio Pochettino.
Roberto De Zerbi is taking Benevento’s underdog status very seriously. “We take on Roma knowing full well that we are inferior."
Napoli are considering a trial run for free agent Guilherme Siqueira following the latest Faouzi Ghoulam injury setback.
Antonio Conte told Chelsea that sacking him would be “a stupid way” to react. “We are actually meeting our expectations.”
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Walter Zenga felt Atalanta’s late equaliser was “a bit of a fluke” after Crotone had taken the lead through Rolando Mandragora.
Italy striker Mario Balotelli was booked for complaining to the referee about racist chants during Nice’s 3-2 defeat to Dijon.
Maurizio Sarri admits Faouzi Ghoulam’s injury “really affected morale” at Napoli, but they came back to flatten Lazio 4-1. “I enjoyed the second half.”
Simone Inzaghi can’t understand why Lazio put in the “unacceptable” second half performance against Napoli. “We weren’t a team.”
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