After AC Milan VS Bologna, this is How Italian League Table Looks.
By Ballsporty | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 25998 views
The Italian League Popularly known as Italian Serie A, has entered into its crucial stages with teams gunning for good positions on the league table, the action and drama has failed to die down. With Juventus leading the table with 77 points followed by Inter Milan and Atalanta on 71 points each, and Lazio making up the top 4 teams in Italy.
The current resurgence of former Italian giant AC Milan has been a thing surprise, so after their match against Bologna, below are the fulltime scores of some of the week 34 games:
1.) Verona 1 - 1 Atalanta
2.) Cagliari 1 - 1 Sassuolo
3.) Milan 5 - 1 Bologna
Scorers: AC Milan [Alexis Saelemaekers, Hakan Calhanoglu, Ismael Bennacer, Ante Rebic, Davide Calabria]
Bologna: [ Takehiro Tomiyasu]
With the league at its most interesting stage no team can say where it will finish at the end of the season, with many teams using their strengths to slug it out with others since the return European leagues. After the Milan match versus Bologna, below is the full and updated Italian Serie A table:
Do you think Juventus can still win this season's league? With their shaky performances? Or do you think there will be a new champion? And also do you think Milan can make top 4? Make your opinions heard in the comments section.
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