Torino went top of the table in Group A after they defeated Modena away from home. All the action happened in the first half as Mattia Aramu put them ahead and goals from Barale, and highly-rated Ghana prospect Emmanuel Gyasi.
Juventus kept up the pressure and prepared well for their UEFA Youth League campaign as they beat Empoli. Anastasios Donis got their opener and it was his good work that won a penalty for their second, that was converted by Simone Emmanuello. They play Copenhagen on Tuesday in European competition.
Juventus 2-1 Empoli, Bologna 3-0 Siena, Modena 0-3 Torino, Novara 2-0 Genoa, Parma 3-0 Cesena, Sampdoria 1-2 Sassuolo, Spezia 2-0 Carpi.
Hellas Verona remain on top of group B after they beat Ternana earlier today by three goals. Mohamed Fares scored a brace while Allessandro Gatto grabbed the other.
Verona coach Massimo Pavanel: “The victory? I was expecting an important test, I was afraid of Ternana but I was also confident. We interpreted in the big race, we made three goals without reply, a great result.
“Fares? finally scored, normally has no malice in the right area and today has surprised everyone. We are living a beautiful dream, now let’s see what we can combine with Milan. I’m almost surprised by this team, I did not think we would have reached such a high level now.”
Atalanta 3-1 Cagliari, Brescia 3-3 Chievo, Milan 2-0 Virtus Lanciano, Pescara 1-3 Inter, Ternana 0-3 Verona, Udinese 1-0 Padova, Varese 2-1 Cittadella.
Roma beat Reggina away from home to record their third win in three games. Matteo Adama netted twice and Daniel Verde scored the goals for the top of the league side
Lazio join them on a perfect record as they won narrowly at home against Catania today. Riccardo Serpieri scored for Roma’s main group rivals.
Fiorentina 3-0 Trapani. Juve Stabia 1-2 Palermo, Avellino 1-6 Livorno, Bari 2-4 Napoli, Latina 1-1 Crotone, Reggina 1-2 Roma, Lazio 1-0 Catania.