Vito Doria Date: 3rd November 2020 at 12:43pm
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AC Milan maintained top spot in Serie A with a 2-1 win against while Sassuolo are second after defeating Napoli 2-0 away.

Juventus won 4-1 against Spezia, scored two without reply against Fiorentina, earned a 2-1 victory against Crotone, and Lazio won a thrilling game against Torino 4-3.

Elsewhere, Parma held Inter to a 2-2 draw, Bologna beat 3-2, and Hellas Verona emerged with a 3-1 victory against Benevento.

Here is the Team of the Week for Round 6 of the 2020/21 Serie A season, which is deployed in the usual 3-4-3 formation. Let us know your thoughts!

Andrea Consigli – Sassuolo

Kept a clean sheet in a team often known for conceding goals. Atoned for an error by making an excellent save from and then denied the efforts of Fabian Ruiz and Dries Mertens.

Spinazzola –

Impressed with his attacking play on the left and scored the opening goal with a fine solo effort.

Chris Smalling –

Demonstrated his importance to the Giallorossi defence. Kept things tight at the back and positioned himself well.

Federico Dimarco – Hellas Verona

The former Inter youth product dominated on the left flank and provided two assists in the second half.

Antonin Barak – Hellas Verona

The Czech midfielder got a double for the Gialloblu and became the first foreigner since Adrian Mutu in January 2002 to do it.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Lazio

The Serbian international impressed with his distribution and he scored a superb free-kick for the Biancocelesti’s second goal.

Franck Kessie – AC Milan

Worked hard in the midfield for the Rossoneri and opened the scoring against Udinese.

Gervinho – Parma

The Inter defence struggled to contain the Ivorian winger and he scored both goals for the Ducali.

Alvaro Morata – Juventus

Opened the scoring against and impressed with his overall play.

Luis Muriel –

Only played in the first half against Crotone but it was more than enough for the Colombian international to score a well-taken brace.

Musa Barrow – Bologna

Scored two wonderful goals for the Felsinei their victory against Cagliari. The first was a wonderful curling effort and the second was a thunderous low drive.