Wojciech Szczesny (7 points): clean sheets were again hard to come by as the defences continue to be ravaged by an overall offensive explosion. Just two goalies managed to stop the opponents and the Polish left in his mark on the Derby della Mole with a great dive on a dangerous attempt in the second half.
Matthijs De Ligt (9 points): he finally contributed positively after struggling in the majority of his first few Serie A games and picked a very timely spot for his first goal in black-and-white. He showed improvements in the back too.
Fabio Pisacane (5 points): Cagliari managed to hold Atalanta scoreless, which boasted the best attack in League’s history through the first ten rounds. Sans Luca Ceppitelli, he guided the back-line with precision and charisma.
Alex Ferrari (5 points): not a super eventful night in Ferrara but keeping the opponents in check was enough to crack the top XI in this matchday.
Christian Oliva (5 points): he surely made the most of a surprise start in a big spot, finding the target with a powerful cross-shot on a fast-break. His gritty style could allow him to be a real alternative to Luca Cigarini is certain match-ups.
Nicolò Zaniolo (4 points): he only scores gems and he delivered again versus Napoli, hammering it home with his velvety left foot from the edge of the box.
Rodrigo De Paul (4 points): he had been one of most disappointing players to this point due to the early red card that cost him three games and few lackadaisical performances. He left that in the rear-view mirror with a superb strike in Genoa that paved the win to an unexpected win that could turn Udinese’s season around.
Filippo Falco (4 points): he had struggled to make an impact so far despite the heavy playing time, but he finally managed to show his class in the top league too with a marvellous lefty free kick.
Joaquin Correa (4 points): he had the clutchest goal of the weekend, keeping his aplomb in front of Gianluigi Donnarumma and opening up new juicy scenario for Lazio. Shoddy finishing had slowed down his rise to superstardom, but he has begun to put it all together.
Romelu Lukaku (8 points): he has been a home run acquisition for Inter, forming a perfect couple with Lautaro Martinez. He again displayed his ability in the box against Bologna and then netted a late penalty to complete Inter’s comeback and put together a brace.
Ciro Immobile (4 points): he is God mode and he is scoring in any possible way. This time, he hit the net with a sterling header, where the savvy pre-cross movement away from defenders made half of the job.
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