Table-toppers Fiorentina put four goals past Frosinone while AC Milan were too strong for Lazio in Sunday's Serie A action.
Fiorentina were ruthless when they hosted Frosinone on Sunday, drilling four goals past the visitors inside the first 43 minutes.
Ante Rebic, Gonzalo Rodriguez and Mario Suarez would score for the hosts, while Khouma Babacar added to the score from the penalty spot. Alessandro Frara grabbed an 87th-minute consolation goal for Frosinone.
Andrea Bertolacci opened AC Milan's account in the 25th minute with an easy goal from a rebound, while Philippe Mexes would receive a superb ball from Giacomo Bonaventura and guide it home with a accurate header,
Carlos Bacco sealed the win in the 79th minute for visitors, burying the ball in the back of the net from close range.
Napoli enjoyed most of the territory and possession when they travelled to Genoa, but they were unable to convert any of their eight shots on target during their 0-0 draw.
Napoli's Pepe Reina was called on just one to make a good save from a Diogo Figueira's strike, while Genoa stopper Mattia Perin enjoyed a great day with the gloves.
Hosts Udinese were unlucky not to score a late winner in their goalless draw against Sassuolo. Molla Wague would shoot from point blank range in the 81st minute but his effort was thwarted by Andrea Consigli with an outstanding reflex save.
Carpi hosted Verona in yet another goalless draw at Stadio Alberto Bragila in a match that produced few chances for either team.
Bologna's three second half goals would be enough to ease past Atalanta. The pick of the goals was a fantastic long range effort from Franco Brienza, which sailed into the top right corner, sending the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara into raptures.
Fiorentina 4-1 Frosinone
Bologna 3-0 Atalanta
Carpi 0-0 Verona
Genoa 0-0 Napoli
Udinese 0-0 Sassuolo
Lazio 1-3 AC Milan