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Serie A round-up: Immobile and AC Milan reach excellent feats on Matchday 28

March 8, 2022 By Ali M.
The Rossoneri registered a crucial 1-0 victory away to Napoli while defending champions Inter Milan returned to winning ways courtesy of a 5-0 triumph.

The latest round in Serie A has come to a wrap, and what a round it was! Matchday 28 kicked off with Inter Milan's clash with Salernitana, with the Scudetto holders marching to a brilliant 5-0 triumph. Fortunately for Italian football fans, the fun did not stop there, as the weekend brought a round of more interesting games.

Roma and Atalanta, two teams hopeful of European football, locked horns on Saturday, with Mourinho's men triumphing 1-0 in a game that saw both sides get a red card. Additionally, Lazio enjoyed a brilliant 3-0 victory over Cagliari. As for Sunday, it was all about the Napoli vs AC Milan showdown, with two title challengers locking horns. The Rossoneri emerged victorious, beating Osimhen and Co. 1-0 to go top of the table.

Elsewhere, Juventus enjoyed a win, albeit a slim one, beating Spezia 1-0 to strengthen their grip on fourth. Here's everything you need to know about the recent round in Serie A.

Who are the top teams in Serie A?

Serie A Standings, Napoli, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Atalanta, Serie A 

Serie A top 3 scorers 

  1. Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus): 20 goals

  2. Ciro Immobile (Lazio): 20 goals

  3. Giovanni Simeone (Verona) 15 goals 

Serie A – top headlines

  • Roma recently took on Atalanta in the Italian top-flight, with Tammy Abraham scoring the only goal of the game to guide Mourinho's men to a crucial 1-0 win. That result has seen the club stretch their unbeaten run in Serie A to seven games, their longest tally since November 2020.

  • Things keeping getting worse for Genoa as the relegation-battling team drew nil-nil with Empoli over the weekend. This means in Europe's top five leagues, only Norwich (15) have failed to score in more games this season than Il Grifone (14).

  • Juventus beat Spezia 1-0 over the weekend to maintain their steady top-four push, but it wasn't a great day for marquee signing Dusan Vlahovic. In fact, the Serbian striker, who has been nothing but a hit since moving to Turin, failed to muster a shot on target in that victory, which is a first in Serie A this season.

  • Lazio beat Cagliari 3-0 in the latest round, with deadly Italian striker Ciro Immobile breaking the deadlock courtesy of a 19th-minute penalty. That goal saw him set an excellent feat, going level with Silvio Piola (143 goals) as the club's top scorer in Serie A history.

  • AC Milan enjoyed a brilliant weekend, beating title rivals Napoli away from home courtesy of a 1-0 score line. This means for the first time since 1981, the Rossoneri have won twice in a row at the Stadio San Paolo/Stadio Diego Armando Maradona in Serie A.

Top matches to watch in Serie A: March 12-14, 2022

AC Milan vs Empoli: The Rossoneri are top of the league and high on confidence after their crucial 1-0 victory away to Napoli on Sunday, but Pioli's men would be foolish if they get carried away. First of all, second-placed Inter Milan, who are only two points behind, have a game in hand. Next up for AC Milan is a clash with 13th-placed Empoli, and while the table suggests Giroud and Co. should win this fixture comfortably, the Italian giants have dropped points at crucial points of the season already. Victory is a must for the Italian giants.

Verona vs Napoli: Osimhen and Co. are now third in the table, and while second-placed Inter Milan are only a point ahead, Napoli have played a game extra and could thus be left with extra ground to cover. Their opponent in the upcoming round will be Verona, who are ninth in the table, with the home side boasting an identical form in comparison with the visitors (two wins, two draws, and a defeat out of five). Who'll win this clash? Will Gli Azzurri return to winning ways or drop further points? Tune in on Sunday to find out.

Torino vs Inter: This game will come straight after the Nerazzurri's second leg UEFA Champions League round of 16 showdown with Liverpool, meaning Inter Milan will enter this clash in two possible ways: having pulled off a remarkable comeback at Anfield or having crashed out of Europe. Regardless of what happens, Inzaghi's men must maintain their form in Serie A. The defending champions have won only once in their last five games, but that sole victory came in their most recent fixture, triumphing 5-0 over Salernitana. As for Torino, the opposition are winless in their last five matches and are thus in need of a miracle against the title holders. Don't miss this tie.

Make sure you don't miss out on these key games and stay on top of all the action by checking out our dedicated Serie A match page. 

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