Mkhitaryan, Inter, Serie A, Round 4

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 4: Mkhitaryan and Inter Put Milan To the Sword

Inter pummelled their rivals Milan in a shocking fashion, while Juventus announced themselves as a potential Scudetto challengers with a convincing win over Lazio. So we'll try to recap the most intriguing action from the last three days in our Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 4.

Recounting How Inter Won the Last Five Derbies Against Milan

The Nerazzurri capped off an amazing 2023 Derby della Madonnina calendar year with an emphatic 5-1 victory over brotherly rivals Milan. It was to be Inter’s record fifth straight head-to-head win– a feat never managed before by either team in the history of the momentous derby. Here is how the five Milan Derby encounters have panned out since the duo first took on each other in the Supercoppa Italiana final back in January.
Here are our player ratings for the Milan vs. Torino showdown at the San Siro, where newcomers like Christian Pulisic and Tijjani Reijnders shone again

Transfer Market Roundup: Are Milan Stronger or Weaker Than Last Season?

The club went on to sign a host of newcomers with vast potential, with the aim of boosting Stefano Pioli's ranks in terms of quality and depth. So did Milan succeed in their quest and emerge out from the transfer market as a stronger team than last season? Let's run a comparison based on every department before we reach a final conclusion.
Last year's Champions Leaugue finalists have shown that they mean business as Inter secured all three points in a solid 2-0 win against Monza

Transfer Market Roundup: Are Inter Stronger or Weaker Than Last Season?

The top brass was hellbent on making a profit during the summer without jeopardizing the quality of the men at Simone Inzaghi's disposal. So did the Inter directors succeed in this daunting mission? Let's analyze the club's playing departments while comparing this season's personnel to last term's before reaching a general conclusion.
Who are the Italian winners and losers outside of Serie A this week? Find out who performed well and who didn't over the weekend.

Italian Winners and Losers Abroad: Donnarumma and De Zerbi Star

Who are the Italian winners and losers outside of Serie A this week? Although Serie A is home to the majority of Italian stars, especially those that play for the Azzurri, there are still a host of top-quality players that feature outside of the league. That includes the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Sandro Tonali and Wilfried Gnonto.
Thuram, Inter, Serie A, Round 3

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 3: Thuram Makes His Bones at Inter

One of the three big showdowns ended in a demolition job while another delivered an upset. As for the clash between Roma and Milan, the final result was somewhat expected, albeit with a twist. So let's recap the most compelling action from the thrilling Italian weekend in our Tops and Flops from Serie A Round 3.
Lukaku, Dybala

From Counterparts to Comrades: The Intertwining Careers of Lukaku & Dybala

In football, some playing careers can be eternally intertwined with one another. Some intertwines are simply based on mere coincidences, with fate putting one player in the path of another. This has often been the case for Romelu Lukaku and Paulo Dybala, two stars who repeatedly found themselves thrust within the same plot.
Candreva, Serie A Round 1

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 1: Majestic Candreva Stuns Roma

Last weekend, Calcio returned with a bang. While the majority of the top boys passed their initial tests, there were a couple of surprising results across the board. So let's recap the action from the opening matchday of the season in our own special way while identifying the Tops and Flops from Serie A Round 1.