It wasn't all exciting for many Ghanaian youngsters in Italy but Felix Afena-Gyan stole the headlines in the Primavera division.
Sassuolo also introduced another Ghanaians their squad in the U18 division.
Here are the performances of the young Ghanaian footballers in Italy's Youth divisions.
Once again Felix Afena-Gyan was the top performing Ghanaian in the Primavera league with a brace for Roma against Hellas Verona in a 2-0 win at home.
Gyan has scored four goals in their last three games.
AFENA-GYAN 8 - What more can be said than the scoreboard that indicates two goals on his part? He is a sprinter, but then he is also a bomber as in the occasion of the first goal. He also knows how to be a robbery player: on the second scoring, he sniffs the opportunity and with a splendid lob overtakes Patuzzo. What a match.
Sassuolo have had a difficult start to the season with four matches without a win.
The Neroverdi lost at home to Fiorentina. In action were Salim Abubakar and Justin Kumi for the Green and Black.
Abubakar 5.5: has an opportunity to kick after a scrum in the area but is too slow and is recovered by the defender. For the rest he fails to stand out, the yellow card at 86 'does not affect his game that much
Kumi 5.5: the result is the same as the teammate previously replaced, he tries but the central department of the field continues to fail in its intent to supply the attack.
Enoch Owusu made a cameo appearance for Inter when they lost 2-0 to Juventus at home. The kid seem to have lost his starting spot at the Nerazzurries.
Owusu 5: a lot of desire but also a lot of confusion
Ahmed Awua Parma play3d 90 minutes for Parma in their 2-3 win on the road. This is their second consecutive victory in the Primavera 2.
Thomas Boafo was part of Brescia's team that drew 2-2 at home to Venice.
Tanimu Musah made his debut for Sassuolo in the U 18 category. The midfielder joined the Neroverdi from EUAfrica academy.
Jeremiah Rudolf Boakye started for the Sassuolo in their 3-0 win against Hellas Verona. The attacking wide man was involved for 65 minutes.
Thomas Bio stayed for 66 minutes for Parma in a 0-1 defeat at home to Genoa.
Centre back Joseph Abdalla played 90 minutes for Spal in a 2-2 draw away from home.
Augustine Ofoasi was part of Bologna's side that lost 2-3 to Fiorentina. The right back lasted the entire duration of game.
Inter right back Mike Aidoo had 25 minutes of action as the Nerazzurries beat Spal 7-4 at home