Serie A round-up: Frank de Boer gets first win as Inter Milan boss
Last Updated: 11/09/16 11:45pm
Mauro Icardi's stoppage-time strike earned Frank de Boer his first win as Inter Milan boss and sank newly-promoted Serie A side Pescara 2-1.
Inter, without a win since De Boer replaced Roberto Mancini two weeks before the start of the season, were trailing to Jean-Christophe Bahebeck's second-half goal before Icardi's late double rescued the Dutchman.
Substitute Bahebeck gave Massimo Oddo's side a 63rd-minute lead, but Icardi headed a 77th-minute equaliser and then fired the winner in the first minute of time added on.
Francesco Totti's stoppage-time penalty earned Roma a 3-2 victory against Sampdoria after torrential downpours had delayed the start of the second half at the Olympic Stadium by an hour.
Veteran striker Totti converted his spot-kick in the third minute of time added on after Milan Skriniar's foul on Edin Dzeko to snatch Roma's second Serie A win of the season.
Former Manchester City striker Dzeko had fired home in the 61st minute to haul his side level after first-half strikes from Sampdoria pair Luis Muriel and Fabio Quagliarella had cancelled out Mohamed Salah's early opener for Roma.
As heavy rain at several venues played havoc with the league programme, AC Milan would have been forgiven for wishing their match - like the Genoa v Fiorentina fixture - had also been postponed.
The Serie A giants had Carlos Bacca's hat-trick to thank for their 3-2 win over Torino on the opening day of the campaign.
But two days after Bacca returned from international duty with Colombia, the Rossoneri striker was ineffective on his way to a 1-0 defeat to Udinese following Stipe Perica's 88th minute strike for the visitors.
Torrential downpours in Genoa, meanwhile, caused havoc for fans and players.
Serie A officials were forced to postpone the Genoa v Fiorentina fixture at half-time after the pitch became unplayable following a first-half deluge.
Simone Verdi's first goal for Bologna helped secure a 2-1 win over 10-man Cagliari.
The 24-year-old striker, a summer signing from AC Milan, opened his account with a 25-yard free-kick midway through the first half.
Cagliari keeper Marco Storari was sent off nine minutes after the interval for handling outside the area as Ladislav Krejci raced through on goal.
Federico Di Francesco added the second in the 74th minute when he tapped in a cross from Krejci, before Bruno Alves pulled one back with a free-kick seven minutes from the end for the Sardinians.
Stefan de Vrij earned Lazio a point from a 1-1 draw away to Chievo.
Alessandro Gamberini headed the hosts into a 51st-minute lead from a corner, but three minutes later De Vrij nodded in Keita's cross to equalise.