Juventus 2-1 Hella Verona
I can say now that Fernando Llorente is truly an obedient student of the game. After being reportedly hit hard by fellow bad boy team mate Tevez, Llorente did finally score in his first start for Juventus as they won 2-1 over Hellas Verona,which got them back to winnings ways in Serie A,after having a couple of draws in their last two games, from last weekend's derby d'italia against Inter then the Mid-week come back in Europe against FC Copenhagen.
Despite dominating the early exchanges,Juve fell behind in the 36th minute as Fabrizio Cacciatore knocked home from close range, but then the goal served as a motivator for the champions as Argentine Lion Carlos Tevez equalised five minutes before the break taking his Serie A goal tally to three. Spanish striker Llorente did the honour's of nodding in the winner close to the end of the first half.
Coach Antonio Conte who was linked to Arsenal during the week, would be grateful he has top Arsenal's in his attack line up.
Sassulo 0-7 Inter
Seventh Heaven it was for the Italian outfit as they spanked league whipping boys Sassulo seven in their own backyard. It was also a case of the odd no. seven again,with Argentine marks man Diego Milito who got a double after being out for seven month's...What a relief for the forward who came on has a substitute. Ricky Alvarez,Rodrigo Palacio and Cambiasso also joined the goal festival. Boss Walter Mazzari would definitely be with a wide grin from end to end of his cheeks as his side still remains the only unbeaten Milan side.
AC Milan 1-2 Napoli.
I don't believe it! Its was like a dream when i saw Mario Balotelli step up for the Penalty and...He Missed! Damn,i should thank heavens that there was no fly around cos my mouth would have been a haven for it for atleast 5minutes. Yes,Italy's Bad Boy Mario Balotelli Missed his first Career Penalty Kick,and also got red carded. Miguel Britos had put the Visitors ahead,with Gonzalo Higuain doubling Napoli's goals after the break. But,Milan did get one back through a Balotelli special in the dying stages of the game. Hmmn,a night of mixed fortunes for Milan's top scorer this season. But homage's must be paid to Liverpool loanee Pepe Reina ,he is the only goalie that has not been slain by Balotelli's Penalty Wrath.
Roma 2 - 0 Lazio
Rudi Garcia has made AS Roma the top sheriff's in Rome now. The French tactician's Roma became Serie A leaders as they remain unbeaten this season defeating city rivals Lazio after Federico Balzaretti and Adem Ljajic goals gave all three points to the Gillarossi,who did all the good work in an end to end game. Lazio must be cursing their luck on their poor finishes this season.
Atalanta 0-2 Fiorentina.
Guiseppe Rossi can't stop scoring! The Italian wizard Rossi got all three points with his fourth league goal of the season before being substituted, making the Viola club continue their Unbeaten start to the season. Matias Fernandez had giving the visitors the lead four minutes before the half time break,before Rossi Struck. It's been a turn around for the Italian since his come back from an eight months injury.
Top Goal Scorers:
Guiseppe Rossi Fiorentina 4goals
Marek Hamsik SS Napoli 4goals
Rodrigo Palacio Inter Milan 3goals
Carlos Tevez Juventus FC 3goals
Gonzalo Higuain SS Napoli 3goals
Mario Balotelli AC Milan 3goals
2013/2014 Italian Serie A Table