Roma 4-0 Turin: Mario Mandzukic struck two superb goals to give Roma a 2-0 win.
The Italians led 1-0 before a penalty kick by Giorgio Chiellini gave them a 2:0 lead.
The scoreline indicates that Roma have now won two Serie A games in succession.
Here’s how they did it: 1-1 to Juventus at the San Siro.
The visitors made a number of good runs in the second half, but were unable to find a way past Marco Verratti and Giorgi Ljajic before a goal in the 77th minute from Mario Mandzanic gave Roma a 1-2 lead.
2-3 at home to Udinese.
In the 74th minute, Marco Verrratti scored his fifth Serie A goal and sent the home side on their way.
The goal was enough to put Udinese in front.
3-4 away to Roma.
Alessandro Del Piero’s side were without the services of Simone Zaza, who missed the last three games with a groin injury.
Zaza played 90 minutes in that game, as did Simone Richetti.
Roma did score in the last 10 minutes, but it was from a goalmouth scramble that led to the penalty kick, and a penalty shoot-out.
Roma now lead Serie A by three points.
4-3 home to Lazio.
In his fourth game, Mario Mandza scored his sixth goal of the season.
He now has three in the league, all of them assisted by Graziano Pelle.
The goalscoring prowess has made him the most prolific Serie A scorer in the modern era.
5-0 away to Fiorentina.
In a game that was already in doubt after the first goal, Alessandro Nesta scored twice in the first minute of stoppage time to put Fiorencincy ahead 1-3.
A few minutes later, Mandzuka scored a brace to give the hosts a 2–1 lead.
6-3 to Roma on the road.
This was the first time in three games that Roma had scored at home in the opening 15 minutes.
Roma had only managed two goals in the game, but both of those goals came from long-range strikes.
The two goalscorers in the goalscorer column were Stefano Sorrentino and Andrea Mancini.
7-0 to Lazioni.
The game ended 1-5, but Alessandro Mandzuki scored a late consolation for Roma, scoring a hat trick, with a penalty and a cross.
The team will now have to settle for a draw in Turin.
8-0 home to Sassuolo.
Lazio came into this game having won three in a row.
But they were unable do anything more than concede a penalty in the 81st minute and conceded a penalty for the second time in the 90th minute.
Lazionii have now conceded three goals in their last five Serie A matches.
9-0 at Roma.
Lazios goals were two from the penalty spot and two from inside the box.
Both were converted by Mandzuko, the last of which was a superb strike from the right flank.
Roma have won their last four away from home and will look to repeat the feat at the Stadio Olimpico.
10-1 away to Laziania.
In their opening match of the new campaign, Lazianians took advantage of a poor defensive performance by Roma.
Mario Mandzi scored his second goal of Serie A and his sixth of the year.
The first was a perfectly weighted free kick that gave Lazia a 1–1 draw.
The second was a corner kick from the left that was saved by Nesta.
Roma then had to wait for the ball to come to them in the 84th minute as Alessandro Perrotta headed a shot into the top corner of the net to give them a 1.5-0 lead at halftime.
11-1 home to Cagliari.
Caglia are still searching for their first win of the league season.
However, this time the visitors did not let up.
Alessio Romagnoli netted his first goal in Serie A for the Giallorossi.
Romagnolin made a brilliant stop from an Alessandro Lazzarini shot that found the back of the goal.
12-0 up on Roma.
This time, the Gialls finished the game well, as Mandzak did not allow the home team a chance.
The victory was the third for the club in four matches.
13-1 up on Udinese, who went on to win the game 3-1.
Udinese had their first ever home victory and were looking to improve on their 1-7 win at Cagoli.
Udinistas defence was porous and they were forced to take the lead in the 57th minute when Mandzokas penalty kick went in off