Juventus’ poor start to the season continued as they were held 1-1 by newly promoted Frosinone.
Leonardo Blanchard last minute equalizer, after Simon Zaza had given Juve the lead, silenced the crowd at the Juventus stadium, earning Frosinone their first ever point in Serie A.
The draw leaves the Turin giants without a home win this season.
Brazilian midfielder Felipe Melo scored the only goal of the contest at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium
to earn Inter a 1-0 win over Hellas Verona.
Inter held on for the victory and in the process kept a clean sheet for the third straight encounter and their fifth win.
Fiorentina moved up to second after goals from Jakub Blaszczykowski and substitute Nikola Kalinic steered them to a 2-0 win against Bologna.
Sassuolo won 1-0 away at Palermo, with Sergio Floccari scoring the only goal of the match.
The win lift them to third place.
Torino suffered a 1-0 defeat at Chievo as Lucas Castro’s 76th-minute goal meant the Flying Donkeys overtook Torino in the table.
Sampdoria defeated Roma 2-1.
Citadin Eder opened the scoring in the 51st minute and though Mohamed Salah equalised, Kostas Manolas’ late own goal handed Samp the points.
Napoli, who had looked to have got their season going after following up their 5-0 Europa League victory over Bruges by thrashing Lazio by the same score, were held to a goalless draw by winless Carpi despite dominating possession and having 22 attempts at goal.
Carpi 0 – 0 SSC Napoli
ChievoVerona 1 – 0 Torino
Fiorentina 2 – 0 Bologna
Inter 1 – 0 Hellas Verona
Juventus 1 – 1 Frosinone
Lazio 2 – 0 Genoa
Palermo 0 – 1 Sassuolo
Sampdoria 2 – 1 Roma