Juventus beat Napoli at the Stadium to make it seven wins in seven and dominate a the top of the league.
Roma beat Lazio in the derby, a crucial win for the Giallorossi
Inter and AC Milan also got vital victories, with Sampdoria, Parma and Fiorentina also managing to snatch all three points..
Our Team of the Week will see a 3-4-3 formation deployed. Let us know your thoughts!
Luigi Sepe – Parma
A fundamental save on Miha Zajc in the first half, and a miracle on Antonino La Gumina in the final minutes. Clean sheet for Parma.
Ignazio Abate – AC Milan
Some solid defending, as well as pushing up when needed. All round performance by the right back.
Dalbert – Inter
Created the assist for Lautaro Martienz’s opener out of nowhere, and finally showed some decent defensive work too.
Aleksandar Kolarov – Roma
He became the first man since 1958 to score in a Roman derby with both sides, netting the vital free kick that gave the Giallorossi the lead late in the second half.
Suso – AC Milan
He finally got his name on the scoresheet with a double at Sassuolo.
Lorenzo Pellegrini – Roma
A phenomenal performance in the derby. He came on replacing Javier Pastore and like the Argentinian he scored a backheel goal, then also was decisive in getting the free kick that Kolarov scored and in delivering the assist for Federico Fazio’s third goal.
Jordan Veretout – Fiorentina
A constant motor in midfield, recovering possession throughout the match and then breaking the deadlock from the penalty spot.
Karol Linetty – Sampdoria
All round solid performance and the icing of the cake of the goal.
Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventus
His best performance yet. All round quality, as well as two assists and the post that led to Mario Mandzukic’s second goal.
Lautaro Martinez – Inter
His debut at the San Siro was perfect. He scored the opening goal and helped the team with plenty of hard work.
Krzysztof Piatek – Genoa
Another two goals, to make it incredibly eight in six games, having scored in every single match.