Bologna – Fiorentina: 2-1
After having sacked Sinisa Mihajlovic last Tuesday, Bologna was able to win its first match of the season, on the occasion of the 6th day of Serie A this Sunday, against Fiorentina of the former Lille Jonathan Ikoné, returned to the 72nd. Stripped of the ball by the Violets (61% possession), Bologna was realistic in the space of three minutes. After the visitors’ opener by Lucas Martinez Quarta (54th), Musa Barrow quickly equalized (59th), before Austrian striker Marko Arnautovic (102 caps, 33 goals) scored the winning goal three minutes later (62nd). The former West Ham and Stoke City player is also at the top of the scoring charts (6 goals).
At the bottom of the table, Lecce (17th) and Monza (20th) parted ways in a draw. In this meeting of promoted, it was Monza who opened the scoring through the intermediary of the former midfielder of Inter Milan Stefano Sensi (35th). Lecce responded at the start of the second half with Joan Gonzalez (48th). The French Samuel Umtiti, Rémi Oudin or even Alexis Blin did not come into play.
Sassuolo – Udinese: 1-3
After beating AS Roma last weekend (4-0), Udinese won on the lawn of Sassuolo. The Udine club clearly dominated this meeting (68% possession, 17 shots) and confirmed their excellent start to the season (4th with 13 points). However, it was the locals of Sassuolo who opened the scoring thanks to the paw of Davide Frattesi. Reduced to ten, just before half-time after the expulsion of Ruan Tressoldi (44th), the team of Maxime Lopez and Armand Lauriente, tenured for this match, was caught in the last quarter of an hour. Beto (75th, 90 + 3rd) scored twice, the 20-year-old German Lazar Samardzic (90 + 1st) also stood out.
Lazio Roma – Hellas Verona: 2-0
On Thursday, the Romans made a successful entry into the Europa League at home against Feyenoord (4-2) and confirmed again at the Stadio Olimpico against Hellas Verona. The unstoppable Ciro Immobile opened the scoring with a header on a service from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic on the right side after a rebound past defender Hien (68th). Dominated in the game, Hellas Verona saw a last goal taken at the very end of the game by Luis Alberto on a pass from Zaccagni (90 + 6th).