Round 30 of the Serie A season produced a glut of goals, some unexpected scorelines and a record-breaking performance from Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
Here are five things we learned from round 30 of Serie A.
Edin Dzeko is a disaster
So Roma may still be one of the form sides in the league right now, but summer marquee signing Edin Dzeko continues to play like a striker who has never seen a football before. Expected to be the missing piece in the Giallorossi’s charge to the Championship, the big centre forward has only netted seven times in Serie A this season.
However, the rest of his play against the Milan giants left much to be desired as he blasted a great chance, from less than ten yards from goal, high over the bar. He also managed to block team mate Mohamed Salah’s effort which look destined for the net, a stop that any centre back would have been proud of.
Even his assist for Radja Nainngolan’s equaliser, came in , a shooting attempt which the Bosnian embarrassingly scuffed and bobbled its way into the path of the Belgian midfielder.
When it rains it pours, on Edin anyway…