Serie A: Inter reclaim top spot

Lazio 1-1 AS Roma
 
Lazio and AS Roma cancelled out each other with a 1-1 draw in the Derby C’apitali in Sunday’s Serie A action in Rome.
 
Roma opened the scoring in the 17th minute when Aleksandr Kolarov fired home from the penalty spot before the home side forced a share of the spoils on 58 minutes as Luis Alberto rumbled through to the area to blast into the bottom corner.
 
Cagliari 1-2 Inter Milan
 
Inter Milan regained top spot after an ill-tempered 2-1 victory away to Cagliari in Antonio Conte’s second match in charge.
 
Inter took a halftime lead through Lautaro Martinez who headed in from a corner after 25 minutes. Cagliari levelled five minutes after halftime with a pin-point header from Joao Pedro.
 
The Nerazzurri confirmed victory in the final 15 minutes through Romelu Lukaku, who fired home from the spot following a foul on Stefano Sensi.
 
Atalanta 2-3 Torino
 
Atalanta fell to their first defeat of the season at home as Torino rolled out a 3-2 victory at the Stadio Azzuri in Bergamo.
 
Kevin Bonifazi gifted the visitors an early lead on 24 minutes, but that lasted until the 38th minute as Duvan Zapata levelled for the hosts.
 
Alex Berenguer cancelled Zapata’s 54th minute strike with the equaliser three minutes later, leaving fullback Armando Izzo to scrap the winner in the 66th minute as Torino make it two from two.
 
Genoa 2-1 Fiorentina
 
Genoa got their campaign off the ground with a 2-1 victory over Fiorentina at the Stadio Luigi Ferrari.
 
Cristian Zapata gave the hosts a the lead after 11 minutes, with young forward Christian Kouame doubling their advantage in the 65th minute.
 
The Viola made a strong end to the match in the final 14 minutes, with Erick Pulgar firing home their consolation from the penalty spot.
 
Udinese 1-3 Parma
 
Udinese threw a 1-0 lead to go down 3-1 to Parma at the Dacia Arena in Udine on Sunday.
 
Kevin Lasagna’s put Udinese ahead on 17 minuets, but Gervinho levelled matters two minutes to the break. 
 
That brought about renewed energy to the side, as Riccardo Gagliolo went forth to put the visitors in front on 59 minutes, before Roberto Inglese made matters safe in the final 15 minutes.
 
Lecce 0-1 Hellas Verona
 
Lecce suffered their first home defeat of the season against fellow new boys Hellas Verona, who claimed a 1-0 victory.
 
Matteo Pessina put the promoted side out of their misery following an 81st minute strike.
 
Sassuolo 4-1 Sampdoria
 
Domenico Berardi’s first-half hat-trick led Sassuolo to a 4-1 annihilation of Sampdoria, who ended with ten-man at the Mapei Stadium.
 
Berardi’s first came after 29 minutes which preceded his second nine minutes to halftime while Ronaldo Vieira was given a red card on the brink of halftime.
 
Hamed Traore added to Samp’s misery with a fourth two minutes from halftime, as Fabio Quagliarella fired the consolation from the spot on 67 minutes.

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