Sampdoria score three first-half goals and defeat winless Hellas Verona 4-1 in Serie A.
Sampdoria have piled further misery on winless Hellas Verona by claiming a straightforward 4-1 win at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
It took just 11 minutes for the home side to race ahead, as Luis Muriel tucked away his chance inside the box to open the scoring.
Ervin Zukanovic added the game's second goal, connecting with Roberto Soriano's cross to create some early breathing space for Walter Zenga's men.
Hellas were unable to hold out their opponents until the break, with the onslaught continuing through Soriano's strike into the bottom corner of the net.
Eder ensured that there would be no respite in the early stages of the second period, adding his own name to the growing tally of scorers after heading home Luis Muriel's cross.
Artur Ionita pulled a goal back for Hellas in the 75th minute with a header from Luca Siligardi's corner but the Serie A strugglers were unable to mount a comeback in the closing stages.