It was a thoroughly entertaining round of fixtures in Serie A this weekend.
There were 34 goals in the 10 matches, which has influenced the formation for my team of the week, as naturally the attacking players seemed to impress most this weekend.
The formation is a 4-2-4, which is deployed by Giampiero Ventura at Torino, a system that provides exciting football for the Granata, who picked up all three points at home to Pescara in a 3-0 victory on Saturday.
Please join the debate in the comments section below with your own suggestions for this week's Serie A team of the week.
It couldn't be anybody else, could it?
Andrea Consigli performed heroics in Sardinia on Sunday evening, saving two penalties to ensure that Atalanta picked up a point on their travels.
La Dea were behind the eight ball when Federico Peluso was sent off in the first half, and Cagliari piled on the pressure throughout.
Despite a late equaliser by Albin Ekdal, Consigli denied the Isolani countless times in a phenomenal goalkeeping display.
Roger Carvalho is finally getting games in Serie A after a spell with Genoa that provided minimal appearances.
The Brazilian is playing on the right side of a back three and is relishing the opportunity to break up play and surge forward when possible.
Bologna were unfortunate to lose to a clinical Milan side on Saturday, but Carvalho's displays will encourage Stefano Pioli.
Gabriel Paletta was the defensive stalwart for Parma on Sunday night, as they absorbed countless waves of Chievo attacks to hold on to a 1-0 lead and eventually seal the 2-0 victory with a late second.
The Argentine made a last-ditch tackle and covered his teammates excellently to avert danger as the Flying Donkeys assumed the initiative for large spells.
Francesco Acerbi came in to the Milan side at the weekend for his full debut and impressed in a partnership with Daniele Bonera.
Kevin-Prince Boateng was the only non-Italian to start for Massimiliano Allegri's side.
The Rossoneri looked more assured in the middle of the defence this weekend, despite the tricky task of dealing with an inspired Alessandro Diamanti.
Senad Lulic was sensational in Lazio's 3-0 victory over Palermo on Sunday night.
The Bosnian made constant bursts forward from deep, which the Rosanero struggled to cope with.
Lulic is fast becoming one of the best left-backs in the league.
Massimo Ambrosini returned to the Milan side this weekend and surprisingly provided a more calming influence on the midfield than Riccardo Montolivo had done the previous match at home to Sampdoria.
The captain put in a dogged display, selflessly making up for his teammates' errors, even if it meant risking a yellow card.
The 35-year-old has been a legend with the Rossoneri and looks as good as ever.
Blerim Dzemaili is very highly rated at Napoli, so much so that he even displaced Gokhan Inler in the starting lineup this weekend.
He backed up Walter Mazzarri's decision with a tremendous all-action performance that was capped with a stunning strike to seal all three points.
Juan Cuadrado, on loan from Udinese, has sparkled in his opening two matches as a Fiorentina player.
The Colombian provides pace and trickery going forward and is now offering defensive tenacity by selflessly working back when the Viola lose the ball.
A real outlet when Fiorentina counterattack and able to inspire his side with creativity on the ball when Napoli defended deep.
Francesco Totti, entering his 21st season as a Roma player, is looking as good as ever.
The Giallorossi legend is operating out wide in Zdenek Zeman's 4-3-3 formation but continues to influence the play as usual.
His delightful, defence-splitting pass for Pablo Osvaldo's goal typified the threat he still possesses when given time and space to dissect the opposition.
Giampaolo Pazzini scored a hat trick in his first start for Milan on Saturday, showing Inter exactly what they are missing.
The Azzurri international calmly slotted home a penalty to give the Rossoneri the lead and immediately looked like a different player than the one that struggled so much with the Nerazzurri last season.
Pazzo capitalised on a Federico Agliardi mistake from close range at a vital stage of the match, delicately poised at 1-1, before completing his hat trick with an outrageous back-heeled finish.
Rossoneri fans jubilantly sang Pazzini's name as they welcomed their new hero.
Sebastian Giovinco showed the Juventus fans on Sunday why the Bianconeri were so desperate for his return this summer.
Formica Atomica scored two goals and inspired a rampant Juve to a 4-1 victory in a tricky away match in Udine.
Capable of creating as well as clinically finishing, Giovinco is entering his peak to the delight of the Old Lady.