Under Aurelio Andreazzoli, Roma are a fascinating watch.
The interim coach has experimented in wild ways to get his team clicking, and his record so far would suggest that he's been largely successful in unlocking the offensive talents at the capital club.
But defensively, they still lack organisation and presence, a veritable hangover from the Zeman era.
When using the three-man defence, Roma had enough bodies back in the right areas to release wing-backs and midfielders with ease. Switching to the 4-4-2 diamond against Lazio, they were caught out on numerous occasions.
Marquinho is no left-back, but his vertical movement makes him an ideal left-wing-back. Antonio Candreva isolated him easily, and the Brazilian was often sucked in, leaving gaping holes down the flank.
Alessandro Florenzi was a little too wasteful to be paired with Marquinho. Lazio did a lot of damage on the flanks and on the breaks due to positional indiscipline.