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Serie A Table and Standings

The 2021/22 Serie A campaign took a break after match day 2 to give room for the world cup qualifiers games to be played.

Lazio are currently leading the table with 6 points and +7 goal difference after playing two games. In their last match at Stadio Olimpico, Lazio punished Spezia severely by netting 6 goals to one.

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Cirro Immobile had a hatrick, Felipe Anderson, Luis Alberto and Hysaj had a goal each.

The 2020/21 Serie A winners, Inter Milan are second with same number of points as Lazio and goal difference of +6.

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Jose Mourihno's side AS Roma are in the third place. Roma signed Tammy Abraham from Chelsea to replace Edin Dzeko who joined Inter Milan to replace Lukaku who returned to London.

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In the 2020/21 Serie campaign Lukaku scored 24 goals for Inter becoming the second highest scorer after Cristiano Ronaldo who netted 29 times for Juventus.

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In his first two games for AS Roma Tammy has managed to score a goal and provided 2 assists. Tammy scored 6 English premier league goals for the blues in the 2020/21 EPL campaign.

AC Milan have also had an impressive start of the new season, they have won their first two matches. Their new goal machine Olivier Giroud has seen the back of the net twice.

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Juventus are in the 12th position with a point after participating in two games. In their match day 2 at Allianz Stadium, Juventus was defeated by Empoli 1-0.

They will miss services of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo who has returned to English premier league to join Manchester United.

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Torino, Verona, Salernitana, Genoa, Venezia are pointless so far after two matches.

Top Scorers

Cirro Immobile is leading the scoring list with 4 goals after two matches. Jordan Veretout of AS Roma is number two with 3 goals.

See also English premier league table and standings.

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