A double matchday in Serie B and more strong performances by our loanees! Let’s check out the details from the last seven days.

Valentín Carboni continues to impress for Monza, despite his side losing 1-4 at home against Roma on Saturday. The youngster provided the assist for Monza’s only goal of the game in the 87th minute. Carboni was also called up to Argentina’s national team for their upcoming friendlies last week. Congratulations, Valentín!

In Ligue 1, Brest are not slowing down in their hunt for top of the table PSG. Martin Satriano started once again as his side defeated Le Havre at home, with the final score being 1-0. The striker saw the full 90 minutes, receiving a booking in the 76th minute.

Olympique Marseille have also been on a good run over the past few weeks, recently defeating Clermont Foot 5-1 away on the weekend. Joaquin Correa made a short substitute appearance, coming on in the 83rd minute.

In Switzerland, St. Gallen made the away trip to Servette, losing 0-2. Mattia Zanotti started and saw the full 90 minutes after returning from last week’s suspension.

Nikola Iliev and CSKA 1948 were in action twice over the last seven days, playing Ludogorets Razgrad in both the cup and the league. Both games ended in defeat, losing 1-3 and 0-2. Iliev came off the bench in the final minutes of both games.

In Serie B, two matchdays took place over the past few days, with Sampdoria narrowly losing 1-2 at home to Cremonese on Tuesday, as well as winning 3-1 away against Feralpisalò on Sunday. Filip Stanković started and saw the full 90 minutes in both of those games.

Ternana started the week off strong with a 3-2 away win at Palermo, however the Rossoveri ended up losing their second game, being defeated 1-3 by league leaders Parma at home. Franco Carboni started both games, seeing the full 90 minutes against Palermo where he received a yellow card in the 76th minute. In the second game, the fullback was substituted off at half time.

Alessandro Fontanarosa made a short substitute appearance, coming on in the 81st minute of Cosenza’s second game of the week. His side managed to get a point away at Parma on Tuesday as they drew 1-1, before they suffered a 0-2 home defeat on the weekend against Catanzaro.

On Wednesday, Spezia suffered a defeat to Feralpisalò at home, losing 0-2. Things went slightly better on the weekend, where they went away to Bari, bringing a point back home after playing out a 1-1 draw. Francesco Pio Esposito came off the bench in the 80th minute in the first game and started the second game, seeing the full 90 minutes.

Lecco suffered two defeats in their two Serie B games, as they lost 0-3 at home to Como, as well as a 0-1 loss away in Bozen to Südtirol. Eddie Salcedo was not involved in the squad for the first game, but saw 12 minutes of action off the bench in the second game.

In Serie C, Aurora Pro Patria had a Friday night encounter away at Trento, drawing the game 0-0. Andrea Moretti saw the full 90 minutes, Dennis Curatolo came off the bench in the 73rd minute.

On Saturday, Foggia had an away game at Benevento which they narrowly lost 0-1. Alessandro Silvestro started the game and saw 83 minutes before being substituted off.

Torres had a successful weekend, as they defeated Pescara 4-1 at their home ground. Francesco Nunziatini came on as a substitute, seeing 17 minutes of action.

Jacopo Gianelli‘s side Fermana hosted Olbia on Saturday afternoon, drawing 2-2 in a relegation battle. The midfielder came off the bench in the 65th minute.

Players who were an unused substitute:

Gaetano Oristanio, Cagliari

Sebastiano Esposito, Sampdoria

Players who were not involved in matchday squads:

Lucien Agoumé, Sevilla (injury)

Zinho Vanheusden, Standard Liège (injury)

Ionuț Radu, Bournemouth

Jan Żuberek, Ternana (injury)

William Rovida, Aurora Pro Patria