Round 10 of Serie A is just around the corner and in Fantasy Football - just like in the real game - when you fail to stay on top of the latest innovations, you risk falling backward

Fantasy Football Tips: Who to Start in Serie A Round 10

In Fantasy Football - just like in the real game - when you fail to stay on top of the latest innovations, you risk falling backward. We’ve crunched the numbers, taken a look at the players’ form, morale, and their chances of starring, and have come up with a list of nominees. Here’s who you want in your fantasy draft and the players best avoided this week. 

The Top 10 Serie A Goal Celebrations in the 2010-2020 Era

One of the most fascinating aspects of football could be the special goal celebrations, when a player who's in the middle of his euphoria after just scoring a goal, is able to maintain his composure and deliver his own signature celebration, much to the delight of his supporters. So here are the our Top 10 Serie A signature goal celebrations from the modern era (2010 - 2020).

Belotti’s Four-Minute Madness Overthrows Milan

The Rooster raised his crest, and Milan paid a bitter price for it. Andrea “Rooster” Belotti scored twice in four minutes to push Torino towards a key home win against Marco Giampaolo’s Rossoneri on Thursday. The Azzurri’s centravanti neutralized Krzysztof Piatek’s initial lead with a stunning overhead kick, condemning Milan to suffer their third loss in five Serie A games.

Italy One Step Closer To Euro 2020 After Win In Armenia

With more struggling than expected, Italy disposed of Armenia to grab their fifth win out of five Euro 2020 Qualification games. Tonight’s victory was propitiated by Andrea Belotti, who equalized for the Azzurri and eventually put his stamp on the third goal, after the hosts had taken an early lead. Lorenzo Pellegrini scored the second for Roberto Mancini’s band.

Serie A Round 27 Recap

The saddest of Serie A rounds, the one cancelled one month ago after the shocking passing of Fiorentina captain Davide Astori, was recovered between Tuesday and Wednesday. Seven matches out of ten still needed to be played. The program featured a long-awaited Derby di Milano, but the stracittadina didn’t live up to expectations and ended with no goals. Therefore, the stage was stolen by Andrea Belotti and his three goals, which came at the end of a tormented season.