Serie A: Leaders Napoli held to goalless draw at Fiorentina; Atalanta stay unbeaten with 1-0 win over Verona

Napoli clutched their initial lead of Serie An after Sunday’s goalless draw at Fiorentina, while Atalanta’s 1-0 win at Verona guaranteed they moved level with the early pacesetters.
Luciano Spalletti’s Napoli were less flashy than in their initial two triumphs yet had hardly the better of the open doors in a vivacious experience at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.

Not even the presentation in the final part of exuberant new signings Giacomo Raspadori, Giovanni Simeone and Tanguy Ndombele could push the away side to the success.
The impasse puts Napoli on seven focuses from their initial three matches, level with a few groups, including champions AC Milan and Atalanta.

Fiorentina, who are likewise unbeaten, sit 10th on five focuses.
A serious challenge in Florence started with the hosts on the front foot and they went nearest to starting to lead the pack halfway through the principal half when after Alex Meret spilled Riccardo Sottil’s shot, Giacomo Bonaventura streaked a low drive simply wide.

Serie A
Serie A

Victor Osimhen had a tap-in precluded for offside not long before the break as Napoli developed into the game. The away side ought to have been ahead not long after the restart.
Amir Rrahmani headed Piotr Zielinski’s get barely over in the 48th moment. Then, soon after the hour mark, Hirving Lozano squandered a brilliant opportunity to put Napoli ahead.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, in less attractive structure than in hs initial two games, hung the most welcoming of crosses from the right which Mexico assailant Lozano some way or another headed wide short proximity.

Raspadori came on following an hour and was denied the victor with eight minutes of his presentation remaining, Pierluigi Gollini getting down well to push the Italy global’s low shot wide.

Koopmeiners strikes for Atalanta
Prior Teun Koopmeiners bored home a strong champ four minutes after half-time at the Stadio Bentegodi to keep Atalanta unbeaten.

Gian Piero Gasperini’s side botched great opportunities to make the success more agreeable and would have returned just a highlight Bergamo had Darko Lazovic’s 63rd-minute strike from distance skipped in as opposed to out off the bar.
Salernitana sit a point behind Fiorentina in tenth after they pounded Sampdoria 4-0 thanks by and large to Boulaye Dia, who opened the scoring in the seventh moment and set up two favoring his full presentation for the club.
Dia, borrowed from Villarreal, tapped home Federico Bonazzoli’s low cross and, in spite of the fact that his objective was at first precluded for offside, a VAR really take a look at toppled the choice and put the hosts ahead.

Dia then, at that point, turned supplier for Bonazzoli’s eminent strike which twofold Salernitana’s lead with a fourth of an hour gone.
Tonny Vilhena ensured the three focuses in the 50th moment when he gently polished off Lassana Coulibaly’s chipped through ball after a delightful passing move.
Erik Botheim finished the defeat with 14 minutes staying with an ideal low completion from Dia’s pass which slid past Emil Audero and in off the post.
A lowering loss and Lecce’s 1-1 draw with Empoli dropped Samp, who are yet to score this season, into the drop zone with a solitary point.

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