The Top Four Serie A Sensations This Season

Once dubbed an old men’s league, Serie A changed its face in recent years. Few things in football are as exciting as watching footballing talents turning into stars in front of our eyes. We’re witnessing a number of growing talents flourishing this season and, in this article, we’ll take a look at the four names that made it to our Top Serie A Sensations list.

Sassuolo Hold Juventus, Bianconeri Surrender Top Spot

Sassuolo’s first point ever at the Allianz Stadium has the face of 18-year-old goalkeeper Stefano Turati. His brilliant debut, which helped Roberto De Zerbi’s side to preserve a precious 2-2 tie against Juventus, reminded the one made by Gianluigi Buffon in 1995. Today at 41, Buffon was still playing, but a blunder of his forced the Bianconeri to surrended the Serie A top spot to Inter.

Analyzing Antonio Conte’s Inter and Their First Part of the Season

As the international break continues to unfold and Serie A teams have now 12 games on their back, it’s time to draw some initial conclusions. Juventus may still be lying at the top of the table, but new coach Antonio Conte is doing an extraordinary job at Inter, as proved by the fact that all those who preceded him since 1998 collected less points in the first 12 league rounds.

The Free-Falling Bunch: Serie A Most Disappointing Players So Far

Football is a cruel sport nowadays. Perhaps never in history has it been so difficult to keep up the highest level for so long, and Serie A is no different. Recently, we discussed Matthijs De Ligt’s struggles to adapt to the Italian football mentality. In this article, we’ll take a look at some other disappointments in Serie A this season, and discuss whether they can turn it around.

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