Round 27 of the Serie A season produced the usual mix of great goals, shock scorelines and fantastic football.
Sampdoria eased their relegation worries slightly by defeating fellow strugglers Frosinone 2-0 at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris whilst Roma won their sixth straight match with an emphatic 3-1 win away to Empoli.
It was also a weekend that saw Juventus easily beat Inter at home and take a three point lead over Napoli at the top of Serie A, who could only manage a 1-1 draw with Fiorentina.
Here are five things we learned from watching the Italian domestic league this week.
Stephan El Shaarawy is better than Gonzalo Higuain
Statistically, over the last five matches Il Faraone has scored a goal every 94 minutes, better than Serie A’s current top scorer Gonzalo Higuain, who manages one every 104 minutes.
Still owned by AC Milan, El Shaarawy’s form is in stark contrast to his spell at Ligue 1 side Monaco where he started the current season, failing to find the net in 15 domestic French ties. Before that, he managed just three strikes in 18 games for the Rossoneri during an injury-plagued 2014/15 campaign.
If his scoring streak continues, Italy boss Antonio Conte will find it difficult to leave the former Genoa youth player out of his Euro 2016 squad for France.