After Inter won 3-1, and AC Milan lost 2-0, see how the Seria A table currently looks like.
By oluwaniyi1 | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 4086 views
The Seria A match 22 continued yesterday, giving its viewers and Club's supporters moments to remember and enjoy, and also disappointing moments for some club's fans.
Yesterday's fixtures began with Roma hosting Udinese, ending the game 3:0, with the home team claiming all points. Fiorentina visited Sampdoria, ending the game 2:1, with Sampdoria claiming all points.
Later on, Cagliari welcomed Atalanta, ending the game 0:1, with Atalanta taking all three points. Also, Sassuolo visited Crotone, ending the game 1:2, with the visitors claiming the win.
Inter took on Lazio rounding up the fixtures for the day. The game ended 3:1, with a goal from Martinez and a brace from Lukaku, with Inter Milan claiming all points.
As Inter, Roma add points, and Juventus, AC Milan drop points, this is how the seria a table looks like.
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