Serie A table after Matchday 9

How does the Serie A table look after all of Matchday 9's games?

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There was more than enough drama and action in Serie Matchday 9 which concluded on Monday evening. The headline result was AC Milan’s 2-0 win over Juventus which heaped further misery onto Massimiliano Allegri.

There was also a win for Inter, and victories for AS Roma, Napoli and Lazio. Atalanta dropped points though as they let a two-goal lead slip against Udinese.

AS Roma forward Paulo Dybala scores from the penalty spot against Lecce (@ASRoma_En)

Saturday’s action kicked off with Inter getting a 2-1 win over Sassuolo thanks to Edin Dzeko netting his 100th and 101st Serie A goals. That was followed by Milan’s 2-0 win over Juventus and then Saturday ended with Bologna 1-1 Sampdoria.

Sunday saw the bulk of the matches where there was a 1-1 draw between Torino and Empoli, wins for Monza and Salernitana, the draw between Udinese and Atalanta, as well as victories for Napoli and Roma over Cremonese and Lecce respectively.

Monday night’s 4-0 victory for Lazio over Fiorentina saw the action come to a close.

AC Milan players celebrate their goal against Juventus. [@acmilan]

Serie A Table after Matchday 9

PosClub MPPts
1Napoli923
2Atalanta921
3Lazio920
4Udinese920
5AC Milan920
6AS Roma919
7Inter915
8Juventus913
9Sassuolo 912
10Torino911
11Salernitana910
12Monza910
13Fiorentina 99
14Empoli98
15Spezia98
16Lecce97
17Bologna97
18Verona95
19Cremonese93
20Sampdoria93

Serie A Matchday 9 Results

DateFixtures/Results
Saturday, October 8Inter 2-1 Sassuolo
Saturday, October 8AC Milan 2-0 Juventus
Saturday, October 8Bologna 1-1 Sampdoria
Sunday, October 9Torino 1-1 Empoli
Sunday, October 9Monza 2-0 Spezia
Sunday, October 9Salernitana 2-1 Verona
Sunday, October 9Udinese 2-2 Atalanta
Sunday, October 9Cremonese 1-4 Napoli
Sunday, October 9AS Roma 2-1 Lecce
Monday, October 10Fiorentina 0-4 Lazio

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