AC Milan's ambition to continue their winning run suffered a blow this past weekend as they were beaten by Genoa.
The away side were determined in grabbing another three points after their previous two straight victories.
Juventus finally picked up their first win in Serie A after defeating Genoa 2-0 this past weekend, much to the relieve of their fans.
Starting their season in a disappointing fashion, Juve were determined to get their first league win, following a successful European fixture.
Fiorentina bounced back quickly following their previous defeat as this week they bag a hard fought win against Genoa.
It was a tight battle since the first minutes as both teams were not keen on losing points in that tie.
Juventus suffered their first league defeat this season as this midweek they were surprisingly beaten by Genoa.
Playing away from home, the Turin giant tried hard in taking control of that tie, but was having problems in breaking down their opponent's defense.
AC Milan continue their recent positive run as this past Monday, Clarence Seedorf's men bagged an important away victory over Genoa.
Winning their latest two league matches, Rossoneri were in a confident mood as they try to take control of proceedings early in that tie.
Lazio's ambition to push for European spot finish by the end of current Italian Serie A season suffered another half as this midweek they were beaten by Genoa.
Both teams were keen on grabbing maximum points from that tie, triggering a tense offensive display since kick off.
Serie A Italy:
Genoa CFC vs Juventus FC
Stadium: Comunale Luigi Ferraris
Referee: P. Mazzolenni
Assistants: S. Ghiandai, L. Manganelli
A late strike from Andrea Pirlo gave Juventus all three points on their weekend travel to Genoa.
Napoli still holding on to their third spot seat in current Italian Serie A standings despite only managed a point from their latest fixture against Genoa. Playing in front of their loyal crowd at San Paolo stadium, Rafael Benitez's men looking really determined in taking all three points from that Monday fixture as they put on an aggressive start and created several chances before eventually getting themselves in front through Gonzalo Higuain's finish on 18 minutes.
Inter Milan's struggle at the start on 2014 still continue as Walter Mazzarri's men suffered a disappointing away defeat against Genoa this weekend at Luigi Ferraris stadium. The away team were looking really determined in putting away their opponent, as Walter Mazzarri's men haven't had any win yet in the new year.