Juventus showed their quality on Saturday, trashing one of their potential title rival, AS Roma 4-1 in Turin and according to their coaching staff, Claudio Filippi, that result was all down to their hard work.
An interesting clash between Inter Milan against Fiorentina are setting up as the closing tie in round six of Italian Serie A this weekend.
The Nerazzurri are aiming to pick up their first back to back win and also ending their poor home record this season, but things won't be easy as their opponent are looking really strong this time around.
Parma came from behind and managed to get 1 point as they went against Ac.Milan and ended the game with a 1-1 score. The Red and Black jersey squad dominated the entire 1rst half of the game with continuous attacks upon the half of Parma but did not capitalize on it and did not score a goal in this half.
Ahead of the big match clash against As Roma on the weekend, Juventus' goalkeeper coach, Claudio Fillipi, refused to make a fuss about previous Zdenek Zeman coach regarding the Bianconeri, currently ban coach Antonio Conte.
Italian Serie A enter its sixth week starting this Saturday with two interesting match in store, with Ac Milan traveling to Parma while Juventus host As Roma in Turin.
Milan will be looking to continue their midweek victory with another three points at Parma, but Rossoneri tactician, Massimiliano Allegri, is expecting another tough match at Ennio Tardini.
Bologna was taking control of the game with longer possession spells and more shots against the post of the hosts, Siena.
All of that dominance made little to no impact upon the game itself as it was Siena who scored the winner at the 2nd half with Emanuele Calaio driving the ball home scoring the only goal of the match.
Ac Milan ended their winless home run this season after picking up a 2-0 victory over Cagliari on Wednesday, but assistant manager, Mauro Tassotti, still urge for more improvement from his team in upcoming games.
The Italian giants Ac.Milan have been going through some difficult times with a number of defeats and disappointing results so far in Serie A but Stephan El Shaarawy made it a day to remember for his team as he scored double and gave Milan their 1rst home victory in this season.
Francesco Totti’s 1rst half goal was cancelled out by Gianni Munari at the 62nd minute after Sketelenburg made a disastrous mistake which allowed the striker of Sampdoria to poke the ball inside the net of Roma.
Catania came from behind in the score-board and squeeze past Atalanta in their latest Serie A fixture which helped them secure 3 points.
Maximiliano Gomez of Atalanta was the 1rst to make his mark on the score-sheet but it would only take Catania 2 minutes to equalize the game with Nicolas Spolli putting the ball behind Atalanta’s goalkeeper Andrea Consigli.
Napoli jumped to the top of the Serie A standings after overcoming a Lazio side 3-0 with their ace striker Edinson Cavani scoring a hat trick.
The Uruguayan striker netted the 1rst goal of the match at the 16th minute with a powerful low driven shot that went right past Lazio’s goalkeeper.
Both sides shared 1 point each as they faced off in the Comunale Luigi Ferraris stadium.
Parma took the lead within the opening 30 minutes of the game through Alessandro Lucarelli but the visitors failed to keep their lead and the former Ac.
Inter De Milan snatched up 3 more points in this campaign of the Italian League Serie A with a 2-0 triumph against Chievo Verona.
Despite having a tough time on getting into the game, the visiting side still was able to open the score-board following a long range shot from Nagatomo which ended up with Chievo’s goalkeeper spilling the ball in his own box and Alvaro Pereira only had to poke it into the net.
Juventus 100% winning run in the league this season ended in Florence as the Bianconeri only managed to grab a point from their visit to Artemio Franchi stadium on Tuesday.
Despite failing to get all three points, Juve's caretaker, Massimo Carrera, revealed his satisfaction in coming away with a point against Fiorentina as Vincenzo Montella's men were playing better football on the day.