Tammy Abraham has taken a decisive step back in his second season at Roma. He has scored just 4 goals in 21 appearances so far, routinely missing sitters.

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 23: Abraham Shines in Dull Weekend

Unfortunately for Calcio fans, the previous weekend turned out to be even duller than the upcoming international break (now this was obviously an exaggeration from our part, but you get the point). The most anticipated clash of the weekend ended in a goalless stalemate between Milan and Juventus, in addition to two other matches that shared the same result. In total, five out of ten matches ended in draws, while Inter came away as the big winners as they extended their lead on the top of the table thanks to a last-gasp winner from Edin Dzeko. So here are out tops and flops from Serie A round 23.
Milan Ibrahimovic Serie A Round 22

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 22: Provedel Frustrates Milan

Atalanta and Inter fought in goalless yet entertaining stalemate, but the major upset came from the San Siro, as Milan - who were the biggest favorites of the whole round - were dealt a massive blow by Spezia who snatched a dramatic winner in the 96th minute. So let's check out the tops and flops from Serie A Round 22.
Alessandro Bastoni was tipped to leave Inter early in the summer before PSG came knocking for Milan Skriniar. He was subsequently taken off the market.

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 21: Grande Bastoni

While the first round of the year turned out to be an utter mess, ordered was restored for the second one with all 20 Serie A clubs taking the pitch . Thankfully, we witnessed a marvelous round of fixtures, including one that can be considered as a genuine candidate for the match of the season. So let's take a look at our Tops and Flops from Serie A Round 21.
A Tammy Abraham brace helped Roma to an emphatic 4-1 win away to Atalanta in Serie A action on Saturday afternoon in Bergamo. 

Best and Worst Roma Performers in the First Half of the Season

José Mourinho's return to Calcio started on a positive note, but a humiliating defeat at the hands of Bodo/Glimt in Norway sparked a mid-season mini-crisis. but the club would slowly regain its balance afterwards. So let's find out who were the best and worst performers for Roma during the first half of the 2021/22 campaign.
Sandro Tonali is officially a Newcastle United player. The Premier League had struck a deal with Milan a while back but had to wait to finalize it.

Best and Worst Milan Performers in the First Half of the Season

For the second season in a row, Stefano Pioli's men went on to a blistering start, before dropping their pace and squandering the Serie A lead in favor of their crosstown rivals. As for the players, some of them rose to the challenge, while others left much to be desired. So let's take a look at the best and worst performers at Milan during the first half of the 2021/22 season.
Calhanoglu once donned the red and black colors, but now a favorite among the Nerazzurri faithul, and playing a key role in eliminating Milan from the UCL.

The Best and Worst Performers at Inter so Far This Season

The reigning champions had to restart with a new technical staff at the helm as well as some changes in personnel, but things remained the same. Luckily for the champs, the vast majority of their stars have been on song so far, but as always, some did better than others. So let's check out the best and worst performers at Inter thus far in 2021/22.
Ivorian ace Franck Kessie will finally say goodbye to Milan after leading the midfield line for five straight years, registering 224 caps for the Rossoneri.

The Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 19 – Featuring Juventus and Milan Stars

'twas the final matchday before Christmas. Everyone was hoping to end their year on a high note. At the end of the day, some delivered the goods, while others did not. But since this is supposed to be a jolly time (as we've been told anyway), we'll try to be largely positive in our Tops and Flops for Serie A round 19. So let's get this mess started.
Gasperini Serie A Round 18

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 18: Mourinho Outwits Gasperini

Roma and Napoli both came away with valuable wins from their trips to the North, at the expense of their respective Lombardian hosts. These results allowed Inter to extend their lead at the top of the table to four points and officially crown themselves as the unofficial "Winter Champions". So let's check out all the tops and flops from Serie A round 18.