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  • Eusebio Di Francesco

    Di Franceso leaves bottom-placed Sampdoria

    Eusebio Di Francesco has become the first Serie A coaching casualty this season after he parted ways with Sampdoria on Monday following six defeats in their opening seven games.

  • Inter maintain perfect start with derby win over Milan

    Serie A leaders Inter Milan defeated city rivals AC Milan 2-0 at the San Siro stadium on Saturday to maintain their 100% start to the campaign.

  • Sensi sends Inter to the top

    Inter Milan went top of Serie A on Saturday after Stefano Sensi's header sealed a 1-0 win over 10 man Udinese at San Siro to continue their perfect start.

  • Lukaku scores on debut for Conte's Inter

    Forward Romelu Lukaku scored on his debut for Inter Milan as they made a flying start under new coach Antonio Conte with a 4-0 win over promoted Lecce in Serie A on Monday.

  • Napoli win seven-goal thriller amid VAR controversy

    Napoli, runners-up in three of the last four seasons, hit back from conceding a contentious early penalty to win 4-3 at new-look Fiorentina in a hugely entertaining start to their Serie A campaign on Saturday.

  • Icardi marks return with goal

    Mauro Icardi scored on his first Inter Milan appearance in almost two months to help his side extend their lead in third place with a 4-0 Serie A win away to 10-man Genoa on Wednesday.

  • Juventus keep pressure on Napoli in Serie A

    Champions Juventus keep pace with Serie A leaders Napoli after a hard-fought 1-0 win over title-rivals AS Roma with Inter Milan suffering a second consecutive defeat.

  • Paulo Dybala

    Juventus go second, AC Milan's troubles continue

    Juventus move to second in Serie A after a trademark Miralem Pjanic free-kick led the reigning champions to a comfortable 3-0 win at Bologna while AC Milan were plunged further into crisis by a heavy loss at lowly Verona.

  • Gattuso licking ‘stab’ wounds after Benevento draw

    New AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso says Benevento goalkeeper Alberto Brignoli's last-gasp equaliser against his team felt worse than being stabbed after the newly-promoted side gained their first ever Serie A point.

  • Spalletti leaves Roma despite record points haul

    AS Roma coach Luciano Spalletti parts company with the club despite leading them to second place in Serie A this season with a club-record points haul.

  • Totti set to start on bench

    Roma coach Luciano Spalletti said securing a win, and not giving Francesco Totti a full game on his swansong, remains the priority in their final match of the season at home to Genoa.

  • Honda confirms AC Milan exit after difficult campaign

    Japan midfielder Keisuke Honda confirms his departure from fallen Serie A giants AC Milan at the end of the season.

  • Inter end winless run

    Inter Milan avoided setting an unwanted club record of nine league matches without a win by beating Lazio 3-1 away on Sunday after their opponents had two players sent off.

  • Roma and Napoli keep title hopes alive

    Two goals each from Stephan El Shaarawy and Mohamed Salah keep Roma's Serie A title hopes alive as they twice came from behind to win 5-3 at Chievo Verona, while Napoli also stays in the running with a 4-1 home win over Fiorentina.

  • Juve made to wait for title after defeat by Roma

    AS Roma provided an unexpected twist to the Serie A title race on Sunday with a 3-1 over leaders Juventus, who had needed only a draw to wrap up their sixth successive title with two games to spare.

  • Higuain's stoppage time strike foils 10-man Torino

    Ten-man Torino are cruelly denied a shock win away to their more illustrious neighbours Juventus when Gonzalo Higuain strikes in stoppage time to salvage a 1-1 draw for the Serie A leaders.

  • Muntari banned after racism complaint

    Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari has been banned for one game after he walked off the pitch at Cagliari on Sunday, having been booked for complaining to the referee about racist abuse in the crowd.

  • Juve hold out for tense draw at Napoli

    Serie A leaders Juventus withstood prolonged pressure as they held out for a tense 1-1 draw at third-placed Napoli in an absorbing match on Sunday.

  • Napoli suffer shock home defeat

    Napoli's remote hopes of overhauling Serie A leaders Juventus were dealt a possibly fatal blow when they lost 2-0 at home to Atalanta on Saturday and the Turin side ploughed on by beating Empoli by the same score.

  • Scudetto race far from over, says Allegri

    Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri insisted the Serie A title race is far from over after a sensational first-half strike from Colombian Juan Cuadrado sent the Turin giants six points clear of Napoli on Sunday.

  • Milan lose third on the trot

    Luis Muriel's penalty gave Sampdoria a shock 1-0 win over AC Milan 1-0 on Sunday to compound the Rossoneri's hopes of a return to European football.

  • Icardi's chance to impress

    Serie A sinner Mauro Icardi can impress Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza when he watches the Inter Milan striker at leaders Juventus on Sunday, according to coach Stefano Pioli.

  • Resurgent Inter win seventh game in a row

    Inter Milan continued their stunning revival under coach Stefano Pioli as they beat basement club Pescara 3-0 to record their seventh successive Serie A victory which lifted them above Lazio into fourth place on Saturday.

  • Milan recover from two-goal deficit to draw at Torino

    AC Milan recovered from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw at Torino, who also missed a first-half penalty, as the visitors finished with 10 men in a dramatic Serie A game on Monday.

  • ‘Italian title race not over’

    The Serie A title race is far from over, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri warned after a first-half opener by Chinese Super League target Nikola Kalinic paved the way for Fiorentina's shock 2-1 defeat of the champions.

  • Perisic, Eder score late to lift Inter to victory

    Late goals by Ivan Perisic and Eder completed a superb comeback for Inter Milan as they recovered from a goal down to beat Chievo Verona 3-1 at the San Siro in Serie A on Saturday.

  • Napoli snatch 95th minute win

    Napoli scored in the fifth minute of stoppage time to snatch a 2-1 win over Sampdoria who had a player controversially sent off as Serie A resumed with a bang on Saturday.

  • Napoli snatch draw with last-gasp penalty

    Napoli substitute Manolo Gabbiadini converted a penalty with the last kick of the game to salvage a 3-3 draw at Fiorentina who were inspired by a superb display from Federico Bernardeschi.

  • Kessie comes to Atalanta rescue

    Ivorian youngster Franck Kessie hit a second-half leveller and set up a dramatic last-gasp winner as Atalanta ended a three-game winless run in a 2-1 win over Empoli on Tuesday.

  • Higuain strikes again as Juve beat Roma

    Gonzalo Higuain struck again with a trademark goal to give Serie A leaders Juventus a 1-0 win over AS Roma in a tense top-of-the-table match which put them seven points clear on Saturday.